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MORRISVILLE, NY—Boosting the self-esteem of others comes as a natural skill for Haley Morris. 

Her passion for doing so has led Morris to pursue a career in massage therapy, which she plans to combine with her love for cosmetology and one day work at a spa.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—During one weekend each year, a special event brings alumnus Taylor McDowell back to Morrisville State College to follow a passion. 

“Game programming is a dream of mine,” said McDowell, who graduated from Morrisville in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in information technology: application software development.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—Morrisville State College has several opportunities to contribute to the success of SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson’s first State of the University System address delivered Monday. It was Johnson’s first State of the University address since her administration began in September.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—Nearly 900 students from 18 different high schools will gather on the Morrisville State College campus as they showcase a variety of talents during the SkillsUSA Area II Regional Conference on Friday, Feb. 2.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY­—Morrisville State College is gearing up to serve as a jam site for the 2018 Global Game Jam® (GGJ), the world’s largest on-site game creation event, taking place Jan. 26-28.... → Read more

Have a clever business idea? The 2018 Cotton Business Idea Competition is giving Morrisville State College students a chance to take their idea to the next level—and earn some cash.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—Morrisville State College has several opportunities to contribute to the success of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s 2018 agenda, as outlined through 22 proposals shared Wednesday as part of the State of the State Address.

President David E. Rogers attended the address Wednesday in Albany, where Gov.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—Dr. Timothy W. Gerken, associate professor of humanities at SUNY Morrisville, is the first recipient of the SUNY Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODEI) Award for Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—A Morrisville State College student recently diagnosed with a suspected case of mumps has been removed from isolation and is no longer considered contagious. Initial lab results are negative for any presence of mumps. The diagnosis remains a suspected case only, pending additional results.... → Read more

MORRISVILLE, NY—A Morrisville State College student arrived at the Matthias Student Health Center Wednesday morning (December 6) and was diagnosed with a suspected case of mumps. Per state health regulations, the student is in isolation and will remain there until Sunday, and samples are on their way to state laboratories in Albany.... → Read more