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The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of Suffolk County Community College, scheduled for Thursday, September 16, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. in the Board Room of the Learning Resource Center on the Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood, NY, has been changed in accordance with Chapter 417 of the Laws of 2021, amending NY Public Officers Law, Article 7 (the Open Meetings Law), and the following specifications: --- The meeting shall be held on Thursday, September 23, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. both in-person and via Zoom. --- IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE: Members of the public may attend the meeting in-person in the Board Room of the Learning Resource Center (LRC), Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood, NY. In-person attendees, regardless of vaccination status, must wear masks/face-coverings and adhere to social distancing guidelines within the LRC. Please note that reduced building occupancy requirements limit in-person attendance to no more than 38 attendees. --- REMOTE ATTENDANCE: Members of the public may view and/or listen to the meeting by utilizing the following URL link or telephone option: Zoom URL: Or Telephone: 1-646-558-8656 Meeting ID: 890 5447 5604 (When asked for a participant ID, enter #) Passcode: 927331 --- The meeting will be recorded and a transcript of the meeting will be made available to the public at a later date. --- Should you have any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact the College’s Office of Legal Affairs.

Office of Academic Affairs


The Office of Academic Affairs is committed to upholding the mission of Suffolk County Community College by providing leadership and support in ensuring quality academic programs and policies in service to the College community of faculty, students, and staff. Specifically, the Office of Academic Affairs provides administrative vision and direction, advocacy, assessment structures, and support for all academic departments and programs.


  • Provide guidance and oversight for curriculum development, articulation agreements, instructional modalities, and class scheduling consistent with community and workforce needs and in support of academic quality and student success; 
  • Develop, communicate, coordinate, and implement all academic policies and procedures to provide consistency throughout the College to serve the needs of all students;
  • Organize and lead the development and implementation of a comprehensive and sustained system of learning assessment and program evaluation in collaboration with faculty and staff;
  • Serve as advocates for students, faculty, academic departments, programs, and the administration, to promote policies, procedures, and allocation of resources that respond to the needs of all college stakeholders;
  • Provide enhanced opportunities for full-time and adjunct faculty professional development;
  • Provide academic support as well as enriched learning opportunities for students; and
  • Represent the Office of Academic Affairs within the College, and locally, regionally, nationally, with the State University of New York, and all accreditation agents, to enhance communication, to establish “best practices,” and to promote the college and its mission.