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SUNY Fredonia announces financial stability plan

Marketing and Communications staff

With a focus on developing and investing in high-demand programs, State University of New York at Fredonia President Stephen H. Kolison Jr. today [Dec. 6, 2023] unveiled a comprehensive roadmap designed to secure the institution's financial future, while fostering the continued academic excellence that has been the hallmark of Fredonia for almost 200 years.

Support for those impacted by the Buffalo shootings from President Kolison

Marketing and Communications staff

I am deeply saddened and troubled by the shootings that occurred yesterday in Buffalo. Whenever there is such a violent loss of lives, it leaves people of good will everywhere sad and concerned. My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and the families, and I urge our community to remember them in ways that are supportive and uplifting.

Holiday Message from President Kolison

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Halloween creativity scares up campus gift cards

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Two students majoring in Visual Arts and New Media: Animation and Illustration pocketed campus gift certificates from President Stephen Kolison Jr. for their creativity in “The Halloween I Skipped, Totally” promotion.

Eager to listen, learn

Roger Coda

“The left hand needs to know what the right hand is doing and vice versa. Avoid surprises, especially at 4 p.m. on Fridays.” That’s the philosophy that will guide Stephen H. Kolison Jr., Ph.D., the new president of Fredonia. As the chief academic officer and member of an executive team at the University of Indianapolis (UIndy), Dr. Kolison saw that approach produce success.