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Testimonials

The Center for Contextual Leadership is teaching me how to put my vision and mission into action with practical business skills.

Jalen Heath
Concordia College New York

At Geneseo, I feel both challenged and encouraged to do my best. My professors know me and want to help me succeed. And I have made many close friends that make Geneseo a great place to live and learn.

Shivani from India
Geneseo, State University College at (SUNY)

After I took the SATs, I received information about Hofstra by e-mail,” said Kinni, who dreams of working for the United Nations’ World Health Organization. “I’ve wanted to become a doctor for a long time, and when I read that Hofstra was opening a medical school, I decided it was the right place to start studying.

Kinni Akpabot, Class of 2013
Hofstra University

When I first arrived here, I admitted the student leaders on campus and imagined how hard it would be to become like them. But with lots of support, I have been able to also become a student leader. Everyoen here makes sure the international students easily adjust to life on campus.

Hanyul Bae
Concordia College New York

Concordia has opened many doors for me. I transferred here on my second year and joined the Women’s Soccer Team – my second family. I also get the opportunity to assist at daily chapel services and love the small campus and close friendships I have made here.

Karri Albanese
Concordia College New York

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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