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College education worth public investment

July 18, 2014 There is no doubt that students are graduating with more debt for a college education than they did even a decade ago. However, student debt is not a new issue. more »»

Raider Trader store offers textbooks, more

July 11, 2014 Times have changed from the days when your only choice was a brick and mortar store that closed early and offered limited inventory. more »»

Festival to offer discussions for working artists

July 4, 2014 At any given moment, thousands of artists are pouring blood, sweat and tears into their art, but only a fraction of those artists are making money from their efforts, and an even smaller percentage... more »»

‘Exonerated’ will tell powerful true stories

June 27, 2014 “The Exonerated,” a play by Erik Jensen and Jessica Blank, will be performed in the Fulton-Montgomery Community College Theatre as part of the Buck Moon Arts Festival on July 12 at 6:30 p.. more »»

Many summer activities scheduled at FMCC

June 20, 2014 Working in education, I am often asked if I enjoy my summers off. more »»

Community college a gateway to opportunity

June 13, 2014 Julia Caro grew up in Brooklyn and transitioned into Amsterdam High School when she was 14 years old. more »»

FM Summer Academy offers fun programs

June 6, 2014 For three weeks starting July 14, the Fulton-Montgomery Community College campus will come alive with fun and engaging programs for students entering grades three through nine. more »»

FMCC graduates can stay in touch

May 31, 2014 What does the future hold for our FM graduates? Rarely does the college faculty know because so few stay in touch. more »»

FMCC continues to work toward the future

May 23, 2014 This year at Fulton-Montgomery Community College’s graduation, I was fortunate enough to address more than 200 students who attended commencement to celebrate their academic success. more »»

College helping veterans deal with challenges

May 16, 2014 Fulton-Montgomery Community College welcomes veterans and current military members to our campus, and we thank you for your service and sacrifice. more »»

Arts festival to feature former FM student

May 9, 2014 Sara Milonovich grew up in the town of Florida. more »»

FMCC promotes sense of civic responsibility

May 2, 2014 Recently, the faculty at Fulton-Montgomery Community College considered FM’s Institutional Learning Outcomes. more »»

FM library has undergone changes, growth

April 25, 2014 The Fulton-Montgomery Community College Library turns 50 on May 4 — and for those of us who love the library, it seems an appropriate time to reflect on those origins as we witness a future no one... more »»

‘Liveness’ of theater more important than ever

April 18, 2014 In her 2011 book, “Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other,” MIT Professor Sherry Turkle writes: “Technology is seductive when what it offers meets our human... more »»

FM takes initiatives to help students succeed

April 11, 2014 As I write this article, I am at the American Association of Community Colleges conference. A significant topic at the conference is the “completion agenda. more »»

International program helps FM meet mission

March 28, 2014 The mission of Fulton-Montgomery Community College is to be “the region’s partner for quality, accessible higher education; responsive programs; economic development; and cultural and intellectual... more »»

Consensus built through workplace training

March 11, 2014 One of the best outcomes from bringing employees together for training is the opportunity to build consensus on the way your business operates. more »»

Program prepares students for college transition

February 28, 2014 Transitioning from high school to college life can be a challenge for today’s young adults. more »»

 
 

 

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