The Hauppauge Unit of the SUNY Empire State College serves to educate nearby Suffolk Country residents. The college…More offers associate, undergraduate and graduate degree programs in addition to professional and military programs at 34 locations throughout New York State.
There are 11 areas of study offered to those interested in an associate or undergraduate degree: Arts, business, management, economics, community and human services, cultural studies, education, history, human development, labor, science, mathematics and technology. Master's degree programs include labor policy, social policy, liberal studies, business administration and teaching.
In an effort to accommodate working adults, Empire has five semester sessions per year, with flexible evening and distance learning available.
Spence-Chapin is a non-profit, child adoption organization with more than 100 years of experience in domestic and…More international adoption, birth parent counseling, independent home studies, foster care adoption preparation, post-adoption services, and humanitarian efforts.
The organization offers free services and counseling to pregnant women throughout New York City, Long Island and Northern and Central New Jersey.
Gersh Academy's Hauppauge center, the "I Am I Can" middle school and high school, provides educational and vocational…More training for children with spectrum disorders. Its philosophy is a student will do well if they can, not if they want to. Classes are tailored to individual students' needs and interests. Courses of study include New York State Regents diploma, Advanced Regents diploma, college-bound courses and vocational training. Gersh Academy also offers a life skills program that teaches hands-on cooking, gardening and shopping through a school store with the objective of teaching children to be fully independent.