College Notes: Students Attending Oneonta, Delhi and Hamilton

SUNY Oneonta welcomed approximately 1,400 freshmen and 400 new transfer students from across New York, as well as from 13 other states and countries.

The newest Red Dragons officially joined the Oneonta family by walking through the historic pillars of Old Main during the traditional Pass Through the Pillars ceremony on the campus quad the night before classes began.

The new local students are:

Isabella O’Brien-Curcie of Northport – Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences Education / Human Ecology

Brandon Springer of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice / Psychology

Nicole Salvatore of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Business Economics /

Christy Davniero of Northport – Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education (1-6) /

Megan Kovacs of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education (1-6) /

Katelyn Colombo of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education (1-6) 

Sophia Little of Northport- Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education (1-6) 

Emily Cavanagh of Commack- Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood/Childhood Education 

Grace Luby of Northport – Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood/Childhood Education 

Jenna Murphy of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood/Childhood Education 

Samantha Sorensen of Huntington Station – Bachelor of Arts in Sociology 

Ashley Petrullo of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Business Economics 

Hannah Giambertone of Commack) – Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood/Childhood Education 

Megan Desmond of Huntington Station – Bachelor of Science in Biology 

Michaela Soury of Dix Hills – Bachelor of Science in Biology 

Gabrielle Guarnera of Huntington – Bachelor of Science in Psychology 

Thomas Holly of Huntington – Bachelor of Science in Adolescence Education: Social Studies 

Luis Arriaza of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Business Economics 

Taylor Femia of Dix Hills – Bachelor of Science in Business Economics 

Kevin Lawrence of Huntington – Bachelor of Science in Business Economics 

Frank McDonald of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Business Economics 

Devin Oguzturk of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Business Economics 

Zachary Schwartz of Melville- Bachelor of Science in Business Economics 

Charles Hardwick of Huntington – Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 

Islane Ait-Haddou of Dix Hills – Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies 

Max Scheinman of Dix Hills – Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies 

Carly Waszczak of Northport – Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies 

Taylor Shapiro of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice 

Hanna Skrodanes of Huntington – Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice 

Daniel Spreckels of Huntington – Bachelor of Science in Digital and Studio Art 

Christopher Gonzalez Engle of Huntington – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sustainability 

Charles Moehring of Dix Hills – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sustainability 

Madison Schneider of Commack – Bachelor of Science in History 

Samantha Vincent of Huntington Station – Bachelor of Science in Media Studies 

Hailey Rankel of Huntington Station- Bachelor of Science in Meteorology 

Jake Affrunti of Northport – Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry 

Michael Colon of Huntington – Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry 

Sydney Flem of Northport – Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy 

James Ahern of Huntington Station – Bachelor of Science in Political Science 

Rachel Forman of Commack- Bachelor of Science in Professional Accounting 

Emma Glennon of Northport- Bachelor of Science in Psychology 

Hayden Meisner of Melville- Bachelor of Science in Psychology 

Benjamin Ribando of Huntington- Bachelor of Science in Psychology 

Cali Sullivan of Huntington- Bachelor of Science in Psychology 

Archer Sevey of Northport – Bachelor of Science in Theatre 

Ava Alicanti of Melville- Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

Jolie Anreder of Melville – Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

Daniel Barradas of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

Kevin Flores of Huntington Station – Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

Emily Greene of Dix Hills – Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

Madison Horton of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

Joie Tortorice of Melville – Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

Jessica Whitney of Commack – Bachelor of Science in Undeclared Major 

SUNY Oneonta is a public, four-year college in Central New York, enrolling about 6,000 students in a wide variety of bachelor’s degree programs and several graduate certificate and degree programs.

SUNY DELHI

SUNY Delhi welcomed more than 1,100 new students for the Fall 2019 semester. The following local students enrolled at the college which is located in Delhi, NY:

Gisel Marquez of Huntington Station, pursuing a degree in Healthcare Management.

Aidan Costello of Northport, pursuing a degree in Residential Construction.

Stephen Teplansky of Melville, pursuing a degree in Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning.

Brooke Mannino of Northport, pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice Studies.

Matthew Calandrino of Northport, pursuing a degree in Nursing.

Edip Akyurek of Dix Hills, pursuing a degree in Automotive Mechanics.

Kevin Zuckerberg of Melville, pursuing a degree in Electrical Construction & Instrumentation.

Enrolling over 3,000 students, SUNY Delhi is a member of the State University of New York. For more information about SUNY Delhi, call 607-746-4000 or visit delhi.edu.

HAMILTON COLLEGE
Elliot Macolino, of Northport recently matriculated as a first-year student at Hamilton College.

Macolino, a graduate of Northport Public Schools, was selected from a pool of 8,339 applicants to the college, and joins a class of 474.

Originally founded in 1793 as the Hamilton-Oneida Academy, Hamilton College offers an open curriculum that gives students the freedom to shape their own liberal arts education within a research- and writing-intensive framework. Hamilton enrolls 1,850 students from 49 states and 49 countries. Additional information about the college can be found at www.hamilton.edu.

 

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