Farmingdale State College's first-ever "Virtual Open House" for prospective students takes place Sunday, April 19, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Starting at farmingdale.edu, you can take a virtual campus tour, and attend online
sessions conducted by staff and faculty of the Schools of Health Sciences, Business,
Engineering Technology, and Liberal Arts & Sciences. They will discuss the College's
diverse selection of degree programs, and answer questions about Certificate programs,
and Associate, Bachelor's and Master's degrees.
Webinars about Financial Aid, Admissions, Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Transfer Services, and Aviation will address tuition, fees, and financial aid; job opportunities and credit-bearing internships; graduation statistics; campus activities, and more.
Students will be able to fill out online applications and converse with faculty, staff, and students. Videos describe the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Interaction Design (IxD) programs, and guide you through the Memorial Art Gallery, campus gardens, and Aviation Flight Center.
"We understand this is a very unique time for students in the midst of their college search," says Nicole Miller, Recruitment Events Coordinator. "We at Farmingdale State College are here to help in any way we can. We're all in this together, and our 'Virtual Open House' is one way we hope to show that. It is a safe way to obtain the information needed about Farmingdale State College."
Farmingdale has long been SUNY's fastest-growing college of technology, with more than 10,000 students. During the past year it has been recognized by three leading college-ranking media:
· U.S. News - In the Top 10 among public colleges in the North
· Money.com – Ranked one of the "Best Value" colleges in America
· CollegeFactual.com – Among the Top 20 best colleges for the money in New York State
For an overview of the event and to register, students can log on to farmingdale.edu/openhouse. Use the opportunity to learn about Farmingdale being the right fit for you. And if you miss anything, videos of all webinars, virtual tours, and information sessions will be available at farmingdale.edu a week following the event.
For more information contact the Admissions Office at 934-420-2200 or email@example.com