Dorissel Nunez Torres on President’s List at Farmingdale State College

FARMINGDALE, NY — Dorissel Nunez Torres of Perth Amboy, was among more than 900 students included on the President’s List for Fall 2015.

Full-time students at Farmingdale State College who obtain a grade point average of 3.75 or better are recognized through inclusion on the President’s List. The transcript of each student who earns this distinction carries this indicator of high academic achievement.

Farmingdale State College continues to prepare students with the education, skills, and critical thinking needed to meet the challenges oftomorrow. As the largest of SUNY’s colleges of technology (with over 8,700 students), Farmingdale equips students with the resources and knowledge sought by today’s emerging industries. Offering bachelor and associate programs, Farmingdale will soon offer its first graduate degree.

At Farmingdale, students also have abundant opportunities in experiential learning–internships, clinical training, and guided research–that provide practical instruction and personal growth.

Small, personalized classes, a residence hall with suite-style living, a lush 380-acre campus undergoing major renovation, and a highly successful NCAA Division III athletics program with modern facilities make Farmingdale State College one of the fastest-growing colleges in the region.

In 2014 U.S. News & World Report ranks Farmingdale #27 among regional colleges in the north (up from #31) and in 2013 Farmingdale was the only SUNY school (and the only LI school) listed in the LEAST debt category in the Student Debt Load at Graduation category for regional colleges in the north.

For information, contact Kathryn Coley at 631-420-2400 or kathryn.coley@farmingdale.edu. Look on our website www.farmingdale.edu. Like us on Facebookwww.facebook.com/farmingdale.


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