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Signing Event Postponed for RCC, Purchase College, SUNY & Long Island University Hudson

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE               
DATE: February 23, 2016
CONTACT: Maralin Roffino
845 -574-4244
mroffino@sunyrockland.edu


Signing Event Postponed for RCC, Purchase College, SUNY & Long Island University Hudson


Ramapo- Please be advised that the signing event scheduled for Thursday, 
February 25 has been postponed. The event was scheduled to formalize the unique partnership providing a smooth path and seamless experience for Rockland Community College students to earn undergraduate and professional graduate degrees with a bachelor’s degree from Purchase College at its RCC extension site, and a master’s degree from LIU Hudson.

Many RCC graduates earn their bachelor’s through the Purchase College Extension Site at RCC and generous scholarships are available for students meeting specific academic and financial needs criteria. Bachelor’s degrees offered at the Purchase Extension at RCC include Liberal Studies, Communications, and Liberal Studies: Legal Studies, and each provide an excellent foundation for the master’s degrees at LIU Hudson.

Purchase College graduates receive a 25% tuition reduction at LIU Hudson in 
addition to the convenience of attending the LIU Hudson campus in Orangeburg, 
and several of these master’s programs also provide them with accelerated 
academic tracks. The wide range of master’s degrees include: pharmaceutics, a 
broad comprehensive set of master’s programs in teaching and counseling, and 
business administration as well as health or public administration.


For more information about these programs please contact:

RCC: Thomas Della Torre, tdellato@sunyrockland.edu
Associate Vice President, Academic & Community Partnerships


Purchase College, SUNY: Kathleen Ceng, kathleen.ceng@purchase.edu
Interim Director of Academic Programs, School of Liberal Studies & Continuing 
Education


LIU Hudson: Lea Rutmanowitz, Ph.D., lea.rutmanowitz@liu.edu
Associate Dean for Program & Partnership Development