Five members of the SUNY Old Westbury University Police Department were among those commended today by State University of New York Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson during the 2019 Police Awards, a program organized annually by the SUNY Police Chiefs Association.
The annual awards honor lieutenants, officers, and staff who played a key role in life-saving events in the past year, as well as others on the New York University Police force for their outstanding professional service.
A full house in the Maguire Theater was the setting for “An Evening & Conversation with Calvin O. Butts, III,” a special event commemorating the tenure of the longest-serving president in College history.
Students in the M.S. in Forensic Accounting program will work with professionals from accounting and law enforcement to help victims of suspected financial fraud seek restitution in cases where forensic investigative services are limited or too costly.
Money’s annual list placed SUNY Old Westbury at No. 255 in the nation as one of the best for successfully combining quality and affordability – a rise of nearly 100 places in the ranking over last year. The magazine ranked a total of 744 colleges out of 2,400 across the country.
Graduates from the College's Schools of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Professional Studies take the next step in owning their futures in celebration with campus, family and friends at NYCB Live at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
The Old Westbury College Foundation, Inc. was pleased to welcome more than 500 guests on May 7 to celebrate the successes of SUNY Old Westbury during what became the highest-grossing fund raising event in College history.