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Saturday, October 19


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Sunday, October 20


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Monday, October 21

College Table Visit: DeVry University

Noon – 2 pm
Cultural Arts Center, Atrium

Colleges set up a recruitment table in a visible area on campus. Students can stop by and ask questions about academic programs, the admissions process, and financial aid. For more information, contact Joe Planck, 845-574-4510 or transfer@sunyrockland.edu.
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Tuesday, October 22

School Counselors of Rockland College Night

7 – 9 pm
Eugene Levy Fieldhouse

Annual College Night program. Hundreds of representatives from colleges across the country will be available to assist High School and College students with college and transfer planning.

Event is FREE for public.

Sponsored By : School Counselors of Rockland County
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Wednesday, October 23

A Formula for Mathematical Success

1 – 2 pm
Technology Center, Room 8340

with Professor Arvanites

Drop in! We will discuss how to improve your performance in your math classes.

  • Effective ways to study and take exams
  • Strategies to deal with math anxiety and test anxiety
  • Support services to help you succeed

Available to all students in any math class. If you have any questions, please call 845-574-4503.
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Breaking the Silence Public Forum - Suicide Awareness and Resilience

6 – 9 pm
Cultural Arts Center Theater

A presentation and discussion for family members, educators, students, professionals and those whose lives have been impacted by mental health and/or substance abuse issues.

About Our Speakers:
Marianne Goodman, MD, is a Professor of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and full time VA clinical research physician at the James J. Peters VA (JJPVA) for twenty years. She is the director and developer of the JJPVA Suicide Research and Clinical Program since 2010. Considered one of  the foremost suicide prevention experts in the VA system, she is actively engaged in clinical care, research and education. Her research efforts focus on novel treatment development, including psycho-therapy, medication and tele-health approaches, in conjunction with biomarker studies. In recognition of Dr. Goodman’s exceptional achievements in the management of high risk suicidal and emotionally dysregulated Veterans, borderline personality disorder and delivery of dialectical behavior therapy, she has been honored with numerous prestigious awards. Dr. Goodman is also involved with education for non-VA primary care and mental health clinicians regarding Veteran suicide risk. She served as President of the North American Society for the Study of Personality Disorders from 2015 to 2018.

Colleen Casey Johnson is a suicide survivor, who has been in recovery for 31 years. She credits “32 years of intense psychotherapy with an outstanding psychiatrist,” medication and TMS for her remission from major depressive disorder, completion of the work of integration from dissociative identity disorder, and almost total elimination of the suicidal ideation that began in childhood. Her personal experience of suicides among close family members and a childhood riddled with violence and abuse, have helped guide her lifelong work in human services - first in homes with dysfunctional parenting and then as an inspector of child day care homes and abuse in NYSOCFS registered child day care facilities. She then was residential facility manager for ARC (for differently abled adults).  Since retiring, Colleen has run her own daycare program. She serves on the NAMI-NYS Board of Directors and is an ardent mental health and TMS advocate, actively engaged in suicide prevention education and support.

ASL Interpreters available on advance request

Registration:  6pm - 7 pm
Program begins: 7pm

Suggested Donation:  $15 per person
Students welcome at NO CHARGE

For tickets and more information:
call NAMI Rockland at845 359-8787, email events@namirockland.org or visit online at www.namirockland.org/bts.html

Sponsored By:
NAMI Rockland: National Alliance on Mental Illness of Rockland County
West Hudson Psychiatric Society
Rockland County Department of Mental Health
RD BSA/ Rockland Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance
Mental Health Association of Rockland County
Rockland Community College Counseling Center
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Thursday, October 24

Weekly Advisor in Residence: Ramapo College

9 am – 4 pm
Technology Center, Room 8370

Our Advisor in Residence program allows students to make an appointment with an Admissions counselor on our campus to discuss the application process, potential transfer credit, majors and program information, as well as financial aid. A representative from Ramapo College will be in the Technology Center, Room 8370 every Thursday from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.
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College Table Visits

Colleges set up a recruitment table in a visible area on campus. Students can stop by and ask questions about academic programs, the admissions process, and financial aid. For more information, contact Joe Planck, 845-574-4510 or transfer@sunyrockland.edu.

Adelphi University - BSW Program

10 am – 2 pm
Cultural Arts Center, Atrium
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Iona College

10 am – 2 pm
Cultural Arts Center, Atrium
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College Information Sessions

Colleges host information sessions in a classroom. Representatives will provide information about academic programs, the admissions process, and financial aid. Presentations will be followed with a Q & A session. For more information, contact Joe Planck, 845-574-4510 or transfer@sunyrockland.edu.

Mercy College

12:30 – 1:30 pm
Academic I, Room 1105
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Ramapo College of New Jersey

12:30 – 1:30 pm
Academic I, Room 1112
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Coming Out in the Workplace

12:30 – 1:30 pm
Technology Center, Ellipse

Student Success & Student Involvement Present: Coming Out in the Workplace

Join us for this informative workshop in which we will discuss the benefits of coming out in the workplace. Know your legal rights, tackle obstacles and feel empowered.
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Walk With Me

12:30 pm
Student Union, Room 3214

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Events

Join us on this Silent Walk to raise awareness and take a stand against domestic violence. Sponsored by Student Involvement and the Center for Safety & Change

For more information contact:
Kathy Carroll, 845-574-4306, kcarroll@sunyrockland.edu or
Inez Rivera, 845-574-4306, iriverap@sunyrockland.edu
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La Passione: How Italy Seduced the World, by Dianne Hales

3 – 3:50 pm
Technology Center, Room 8322

Italian Heritage Month Event

Can you imagine painting without Leonardo, opera without Verdi, fashion without Armani, food without the signature tastes of pasta, gelato, and pizza?  The first universities, banks and public libraries were all Italian. Bestselling author Dianne Hales attributes these achievements to la passione italiana. Presenter: Prof. Josephine Tarsia, Foreign Languages
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Friday, October 25


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