Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) recently joined with Farmingdale State College Officials in cutting the ribbon on the College’s new Campus Center.
The 50,000 square foot center contains a new student bookstore, dining facilities, a student lounge, and rooms for lectures and special events. According to Farmingdale State College officials, the new Campus Center is the first new student services building on campus in 30 years.
Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) recently congratulated Farmingdale State College on reaching its 100th anniversary.
Senator Fuschillo presented Farmingdale State College President Dr. Hubert Keen with a legislative resolution he sponsored commemorating the milestone event. The resolution was recently passed by the New York State Senate.
Established on April 15, 1912, Farmingdale State College is the oldest public college on Long Island. With 37 different degree programs and an enrollment of over 7,000 students, it has grown into one of Long Island’s premier institutions for higher education.
Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo (right) and Assemblyman Sweeney (left) watch as students in Farmingdale State’s aviation program demonstrate the new flight training technology. The technology allows student pilots to fly simulated flights, better preparing them for a career in the aviation field.
Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) today helped open a new Child Care Center at Farmingdale State College. Senator Fuschillo and Assemblyman Robert Sweeney (D-Lindenhurst) helped secure $7.5 million in state funding for the new facility.
“This is another great addition to Farmingdale State College’s campus. This new, state of the art center will provide quality child care to students, staff, and community members with young children. I am pleased to have helped Farmingdale State College undertake this latest improvement project,” said Senator Fuschillo.