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Testimonials

This is the center of the world, so St. John’s has an extremely diverse student body.

Jasiel Martin-Odoom
St. John’s University

I was born in Moscow, moved to Madrid when I was three years old and have lived in the U.S. ever since I was 12 – I truly believe you don’t know the world until you see it.

Cristina Fernández Méndez ’09C
St. John’s University

I was about to turn 40 when I finally heeded the call for a higher education. Already a folk musician and would-be writer, I sold my kitchen table and chairs to find the funds to send my application to Fulton-Montgomery Community College.

Terry L. White
Fulton-Montgomery Community College (SUNY)

We nearly can’t describe what we felt when we were visited Times Square for the first time of our life. As we come from a country where skyscrapers are rare, it was just astonishing for us to be surrounded by so many of them and every building was higher than the other one.

Bernadette Huber and Daniela Schmiedhuber
Old Westbury, State University College at (SUNY)

Getting yourself actively involved is what it’s all about. It is for Bridgit Noone, anyway. Bridgit, a 2006 FM alumna, attended elementary schools in Caroga Lake, Amsterdam, and Chino Hills, California. She came back to Amsterdam where she attended Lynch Middle School and eventually graduated from Broadalbin-Perth High School. She wasn’t ready to leave home […]

Bridgit Noone
Fulton-Montgomery Community College (SUNY)

A 1971 graduate of Bishop Scully High School in Amsterdam with a heavy interest in math and science, Randall Smith decided to attend FM to pursue an engineering degree. He always dreamed of being an architect or mechanical designer, but then his focus changed. Randall graduated in 1976 with an AAS Business Accounting Degree.

Randall Smith
Fulton-Montgomery Community College (SUNY)
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