Cisco Systems Regional Network Academy
Suffolk County Community College, as a Cisco Systems Regional Network Academy, provides Cisco course work (XH60, XH61, XH62 and XH63) for a complete range of basic through advanced networking concepts - from pulling cable, through such complex concepts as subnet masking rules and strategies.
The format for the classes reflects the content: interactive lessons are stored primarily on the classroom's own Cisco Web server. To promote development of the personal skills that underpin successful careers, projects require students not only to resolve technical issues but also to successfully address network users' needs.
Contact the Department of Engineering/Technology, Ammerman Campus, for full details of this XH60-63 course sequence.Phone: (631) 451-4277
Cisco Curriculum Topics Semesters 1-4
|XH60 - Semester One||XH61 - Semester Two|
|XH62 - Semester Three||XH63 - Semester Four|
United States Department of Energy Office of Science Education Opportunities
Community College Institute (CCI) The Summer Institute for Community Colleges is designed to provide educational training and research experience during ten weeks in the summer at a Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory for highly motivated community college students.
Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI) An opportunity for an undergraduate student to work with a scientist at one of the national laboratories associated with the DOE. This program is supported during the fall and spring semesters and summer term.
Collegiate Science & Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Mini-Course The Mini-Course offers New York State CSTEP students an opportunity to participate in a four day introductory mini-course in Bioinformatics to be held at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) during the school winter break. CSTEP also partners with BNL for an educational training and research experience during the summer, similar to the CCI program described above.
Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)
Suffolk County Community College's Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program
(CSTEP) project provides academic support services to underrepresented and economically
disadvantaged students pursuing careers in mathematics, science, technology and health-related
The program is open to any student with at least a 2.8 GPA (or a high school average of at least 80) who is majoring in a field related to mathematics, science, health, computer science or engineering. Those pursuing careers in licensed professions such as mathematics or science teaching, law, social work and psychology are also eligible.
Students must also meet the New York State Education Department criteria:
Underrepresented or economically disadvantaged, and matriculated and taking at least 12 credits each semester.
Major program components include:
Tutoring for all courses
Career-related field trips and seminars
Job shadowing and interning experiences at Brookhaven National Laboratory and with STEP
Transition programs for graduates continuing their education at four-year institutions
In addition, Suffolk partners with Brookhaven National Laboratory, SUNY College at Old Westbury and at Stony Brook University to provide research and networking opportunities to CSTEP students. Brookhaven National Laboratory provides tours, talks/seminars, job shadowing and summer internships for select CSTEP students. SUNY College at Old Westbury provides a network and conferences for students pursuing careers with a focus on math/science education and social sciences. Stony Brook University provides a network for students pursuing careers with a focus on medicine, science, engineering and social science.
National Science Foundation STEM Scholarship Program
The NSF STEM scholarship program at Suffolk County Community College provides a unique, educational enrichment environment for students pursuing careers in science (biology, chemistry, physics, earth and space, geology, information technology) technology, engineering and mathematics fields. Those students accepted into the program will be provided with academic support services to enhance their college experience and increase their likelihood of success. SCCC proposes to fund at least 30 NSF-STEM scholars annually at an average of $3600 each.