|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Suffolk County Community College Students||10%||27%||18%||49%||1%||1%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||0%|
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100% of students
Considering it has been online due to covid, I have had a smooth experience.
I didn't like Blackboard (we have to use it to submit online work).
It is a great community college that is also a SUNY school. It is worth it to save money by getting an associate's at Suffolk and then moving on to a four-year university. You will get the same level of education. Since it is a SUNY school all of the credits you earn there will be accepted at any other SUNY school if you transfer. They have many clubs and activities, they offer study abroad opportunities, and most anything that any four-year institution would offer.
I did not like the meal plan card. Even though there's no dorming, they require you to get a meal card that has $100 on it. It's not the worst but it doesn't roll over and you don't get back what you don't use. Also, some higher-level courses like organic chemistry for example have less availability. There are only one or two level one organic chemistry courses offered per semester per campus. So it can sometimes be difficult to fit in your schedule. But not as many students take those courses and the class size is much smaller. But it can be an inconvenience for certain higher-level courses when there isn't much course availability.
I liked that it wasn’t a big campus and most classes happened within two buildings.
There wasn’t anything I didn’t like.
Suffolk County Community College allows students to discover themselves and flourish in whichever major they are in thanks to the multiple free resources that the college offers. In addition, Suffolk County Community College offers opportunities outside of Suffolk due to its large social network.
Although many schools' names are of great reputation, they also pressure students to take out loans they later regret taking out. Suffolk County Community College is a great college and most importantly affordable. Many courses are taught by professors who have earned their Ph.D. Therefore, the education system is designed to make students succeed in their academics.
Suffolk County Community College is a great place to start your academic journey.
Be extra early for parking.
The environment and the professors are excellent.