College again ranked nationally for its commitment to creating a teaching and learning environment that prepares students for work and life in today's diverse global society.
Jacqueline Emery's book "Recovering Native American Writings in the Boarding School Press" received an outstanding academic book award from the Association of College & Research Libraries.
The exhibition highlights photography and video that explores the intersections of land, power and politics from the Middle East, North Africa regions.
Harris Wofford, a civil rights icon who helped found the Peace Corps and who served as president of the College from 1966 until 1970, passed away on Monday, January 22.
The College will offer a free Literacy Learning Clinic to the community beginning in 2019. Instruction is designed to develop the reading and writing abilities of children and adolescents.
Long Island students who need reading and writing help, but whose families can’t afford tutoring, now have a new, no-cost opportunity.
The State University of New York at Old Westbury and the Roosevelt Union Free School District have announced a new Scholars Academy, a co