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Just as the local real estate market seems finally to be edging toward an upswing, John AViteritti, the real estate professor who has taught virtually every agent on the East End at one time or another over nearly a decade, now finds himself without a classroom at the campus that has been his base of operations for the past nine years.The veteran Long Island University teacher recently found out that three of his primary classes had to be cancelled because his employer no longer has a lease at the Stony Brook Southampton campus.Instead of renewing the lease with Stony Brook University, which ran out in July, administrators at LIU signed a new lease with Suffolk County Community College in RiverheadAt the same time, LIU pulled the program for licensing, remedial and broker’s courses that MrViteritti, a Southold resident, has taught for the past nine years.“It’s a great loss to me personally,” he said during an interview last month in the empty classroom where he used to teach at Stony Brook Southampton“Over the past nine years I’ve formed relationships with my students, and one of the most motivating factors to me is when people take the initial licensing course, then they come back for the broker’s course, and then return for the continuing education course.”Although university officials said that MrViteritti will continue to teach a full course load, there is no room in the curriculum for Long Island University to teach basic real estate licensing courses at Suffolk Community College because the school already offers those classes, and LIU—as a lessee on the campus—is not permitted to offer coursework that conflicts with Suffolk’s existing schedule.According to LIU Associate Dean Jean Conroy, university officials decided to move the lease to the Suffolk Community College campus in Riverhead to make the university more accessible to a larger percentage of would-be real estate agents and agents who need to take continuing education courses.“The Riverhead campus is more centrally located for students that live on the North Fork and the South Fork, and west,” MsConroy said recently“So this is actually a more convenient site for students to take classes.”The last Long Island University real estate licensing class was completed at the Stony Brook Southampton campus in JulyFrom now on, the university will be offering only continuing education classes in real estate at the Suffolk County Community College campus in Riverhead.MsConroy noted that MrViteritti’s talents would still be utilized in Riverhead, even if he can’t teach the licensing, remedial and broker’s courses.“John is well respected, and we’re lucky to have him,” MsConroy said“He has his own website, and people in the real estate field seek him out for guidance ..Prior students, real estate salespeople and brokers all e-mail him for advice, and he’s teaching a full schedule of courses for us this fall.”MrViteritti said the new arrangement with Suffolk Community College leaves students from farther out on the East End without accessible classroom instruction in basic real estate licensing, leaving online courses as their only optionHe added that unless Stony Brook Southampton administrators decide to offer those real estate classes, there would be a real absence of classroom education and experience in real estate on the East End.“I am very sad about this,” he said, “I have critiqued the 75 hours online licensing course for New York University ..And it is no substitute for the classroom experience.”MrViteritti said he has sent letters to Stony Brook officials asking them to create classes for real estate licensing, remedial and broker’s courses at the college.In response, DrMary Pearl, who recently stepped in as dean and administrative vice president at Stony Brook Southampton, said that university officials are currently looking at a variety of options to fill classroom spaces and are swamped with course study choicesShe noted that among those possibilities is a new marine science laboratory, 
but could not say specifically if real estate courses would eventually 
be a part of the new curriculum at the Southampton campus.“I would definitely be open to meeting MrViteritti and I’m sure that he had popular classes,” Dr.
Pearl said during a telephone interview last month“But I have to go through a formal, strategic planning process and consult people as we try to decide what the best use of
our campus is to serve the community.”MrViteritti is a former director of operations with the New York State Mortgage Loan and Code Enforcement administrationAfter retiring from that position in 1995, he decided to get his real estate broker’s license and establish his own brokerage firm. 1  |  2  >>   You have read 1 of 7 free articles this month. Yes! I'll try a one-month Premium Membership for just 99¢!CLICK HERE Already a subscriber? LOG IN HERE MOST READ MOST COMMENTED 1Hampton Bays Man Arrested Twice On Stalking Charges After Having Gun On School Property 228 comments 2Sources: Police Seized Vehicle On Shinnecock Reservation In Connection With Probe Of Fatality 4 comments 3Tempers Flare Over Rose Hill Road Deal Between Southampton Town Trustees And Water Mill Homeowner 45 comments 4Hampton Bays Contractor Arrested On Felony Grand Larceny Charges After Stealing From Customers, Police Say 5Multiple Drug, Alcohol Arrests Made In Police Enforcement Detail Friday Night 6Sagaponack White Family Loses More Land, And Family Home, In Court 13 comments 7UPDATE: Doctor Says It's Possible Jacob Alegria Had Seizure During Hill Street Crash 8East Hampton Ousts Popular Helicopter Service From Airport, Files Complaint With Federal Agency 12 comments 1Hampton Bays Man Arrested Twice On Stalking Charges After Having Gun On School Property 228 comments 2Tempers Flare Over Rose Hill Road Deal Between Southampton Town Trustees And Water Mill Homeowner 45 comments 3Sagaponack White Family Loses More Land, And Family Home, In Court 13 comments 4East Hampton Ousts Popular Helicopter Service From Airport, Files Complaint With Federal Agency 12 comments 5Hampton Bays Board Of Education Adopts $52.5 Million Budget For 2018-19 11 comments 6Martha Clara Vineyards In Riverhead Sold For $15M 8 comments 7East Quogue School Board Adopts $25.1 Million Budget for 2018-19 8 comments 8Discovery Land Points To Other Residential Golf Courses Built In Southampton In Pitch For Luxury Golf Resort 8 comments search (View a sample issue) WHO'S ON 27EAST NEW MEMBERS: seoulsouthkorea, Kwehrs, seatuck RECENT COMMENT: > "Good to know we've officially moved on to "even if the campaign solicited support from a foreign government in the US presidential election..." more> "Seems to me by the very nature of UDs name he was way ahead of Kanye, maybe I am reading that wrong, but in any event Candace is the real..." more 27EAST.COM QUICK LINKS Hamptons News Southampton News East Hampton News Schools Politics Police Report Hamptons Real Estate Property Sales Rentals Search Market Trends Hamptons Classified Help Wanted Yard Sales

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