DIII SOCCER ALMUNI TO DI ATHLETICS

Maggie Fenton ’05 says it’s a funny story how she ended up at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Initially, Fenton was merely taking a road trip with her mother to visit another nearby college.  Following a small amount of persuasion from her mother, Fenton ended up across the Hudson River to make…Read more DIII SOCCER ALMUNI TO DI ATHLETICS

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LIFE AS AN ESL STUDENT IN NYC

With a population of over eight million and home to all types of ethnicities and cultures, New York thrives as the country’s most diverse academic and cultural city. Nested in the center, SJC Brooklyn has become a second home to a diverse group of non-native, ESL students — giving them opportunity, confidence, friends, an education with ESL support and a multicultural experience of a lifetime.