b'AcademicsSUNY Chancellors Awardsfor ExcellenceStudent Excellence Three sophomores at Niagara County Community College received the SUNY Chancellors Award for Student Excellence. Pictured to the left are Arianna (Ari) Morales, Allyson (Ally) Knuutila-Clark, and Miranda Fiore, who were recognized for their outstanding achievements in academics, campus involvement, and community service at a virtual award ceremony held by SUNY on April 14.Excellence in Professional Service Cheri Yager, Wellness CenterExcellence in Classified Service Donna Simiele, Online LearningNYS Pathways in Technology Early College High School ProgramNiagara County Community College is pleased to partner with Niagara Falls City School District in offering interested students free college and a degree in Mechanical Technology.Funding is provided from NYSED via the Pathways in Technology Early College High School Program (P-TECH).Over the course of the next six years, approximately 150 NFCSD students will benefit from this program.In 2021 alone, 47 students signed up to participate; nearly doubling the initial goal of 25 per year.The ability to earn a college degree while in high school exists, and students can participate in P-TECH for up to six years. Students enrolled in P-TECH program2020-2021 Annual Report 7'