Urge NYS Representatives to Invest in the Future of SUNY!

money-430007_1280Be a voice for your school.  Help SUNY Empire State College advocate for an increased investment in the State University of New York. Any new money allocated to SUNY from the state Legislature helps your SUNY Empire State College better achieve its mission to provide easily accessed and affordable opportunities to obtain a college degree for non-traditional adult learners across the state.
Please take a moment to urge your elected representative in the state Legislature to increase the state’s investment in SUNY so our 64-institution public higher education system can become one of the best in the country, not just the largest.
You should feel free to personalize the message that follows for your legislator and please don’t forget to sign your name. When legislators hear from the people they are elected to serve, they listen.
Please advocate on behalf of SUNY Empire State College.
Thank you.

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3 thoughts on “Urge NYS Representatives to Invest in the Future of SUNY!

  1. Investing in SUNY is important. SUNY provides a diverse population of students with educational opportunity. This is fundamental in building a strong American society. Advocate for SUNY and tell your representative to fund the future of New York State and the United States.

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  2. Reblogged this on Native-Born American Muslims and commented:
    Investing in SUNY is important. SUNY provides a diverse population of students with educational opportunity. This is fundamental in building a strong American society. Advocate for SUNY and tell your representative to fund the future of New York State and the United States.

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