245 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205
155 W. Roe Blvd., Patchogue, NY 11772
We instill in our students a desire to engage in society and act for the greater good.
There are many academic programs and student groups that serve as opportunities for students to work toward justice and improving society – nearby and across the globe. Students go above and beyond in their efforts to help individuals, as well as organizations, in order to benefit communities around the world.
Retha serves as Suffolk County's first-ever Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer.
"Social responsibility for me means we have to help take care of each other. My meditation practice and spiritual journey have taught me that anything I do will have some impact on you, whether directly or indirectly, now or at some point in the future. There’s no disconnecting us; we’re all connected and interdependent. Because we are, we have a responsibility to each other."