Senior Administration is composed of seven distinct areas: the Offices of the President, Provost and Academic Affairs, Institutional Advancement and Enrollment Management, Development and Alumni Engagement, Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Administration and Finance, and Student Affairs. The Cabinet members advise the President on a variety of campus issues and implement policies approved by the President, the College Council, and the SUNY Board of Trustees.
Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Academic Affairs is led by the Provost and carries responsibility for the academic mission of the College, providing direct supervision for all academic units, support services and operations, and coordinating all academic programs. The School Deans, Dean of International Education Programs, Dean of Academic Support and Access Programs, Academic Operation Directors, and Centers and Institutes, all report to the Provost.
The Provost is the Chief Academic Officer who works closely with the President and other Vice Presidents in dealing with issues that concern the College as a whole. The office also oversees the Math Center, Writing Center, Distance Learning, Library, Registrar, Educational Opportunity Center, International Programs, and Institutional Research.
Office of Student Affairs
Vice President for Student Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer
The Office of Student Affairs works with students, faculty, staff, alumni and community partners to deliver programs and services to enhance the student experience at FSC. It supports student leadership and works to create opportunities for them to engage in a meaningful way with the College and the world. Student Affairs has nine principal units—Campus Mental Health Services, Campus Recreation and intramurals, Dean of Students Office, Disability Services Center, Health and Wellness Center, Residence Life, Student Activities, the Tutoring Center, and Veteran’s Services. The office fosters students' intellectual, personal and professional growth, and prepares them for success on campus and beyond graduation. Student Affairs strives to create safe, diverse, and stimulating environments responsive to student needs.
Office of Administration and Finance
Vice President for Administration and Finance/CFO
The Office of Administration and Finance serves the entire campus—administrators, faculty, staff, students, and visitors—by providing essential administrative services. These services Budget and Finance, Capital Planning, Environmental Health & Safety, Human Resources, Information Technology, Financial Aid, Human Resources, Legal Affairs, Physical Plant, Sponsored Programs, Student Accounts, Purchasing, Payroll, University Police, the Long Island Educational Opportunity Center, and Use of Facilities. In addition, the Vice President for Administration/CFO is responsible for the business and fiscal affairs of non-State campus organizations such as the Auxiliary Services Corporation, Children's Center, and Small Business Development Center.
Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Interim Vice President for Student Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer
Farmingdale State College is committed to equity and inclusive excellence by creating an educational environment that is centered on building a foundation of broad and integrative knowledge of histories, cultures, science. societies, technology along with the genuine appreciation of ethics, diversity, and inclusion.
Office for Development and Alumni Engagement
Vice President, Development and Alumni Engagement
The Office for Development and Alumni Engagement work closely with the Farmingdale College Foundation, raising and managing critical philanthropic dollars for the College; and the Farmingdale Alumni Association, keeping our 100,000 alumni world-wide informed, proud, engaged and supportive of the College, our students and to one another.