FALL II

There's still time to enroll for the Fall semester! Fall II classes start on Monday, September 25.

NEW

Learn more about the new Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences Sociology Concentration A.A. degree program in the Division of Liberal Arts.

NEW

Learn more about the new Digital Music and Beat Production certificate program in the School of Music.

COMMUNITY ED.

Explore fall community education courses. Archaeology, Computers, Fitness, Healthcare, and more!

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There's still time to enroll this fall!

SUNY SCCC has a second fall start date.
Fall II classes begin Monday, September 25.
Enroll by Friday, September 22
 

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Dr. Syeda Munaim among those invited to teach at Chinese institute. 

19 September 2017

Acappella club gearing up for performances. Watch the video!

5 September 2017
Transfer agreement applies to the NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies B.S. in Leadership and Management...
29 August 2017
Science major who transferred to RPI is now in Grenada pursuing his M.D.
16 August 2017
Enroll now for Fall II. Contact the Office of Admissions by Friday, September 22. Fall II Classes start Monday, September 25.
Sep 23

Community Archaeology Program at Stockade Walkabout

Three excavation sites will be part of city event.

11:00 AM - 5:00 PM |
Sep 25

December Graduation Applications Due

Students who plan to graduate in December need to submit an application for graduation. Please contact the Registrar's Office in Elston Hall, Room 212, with any questions.
12:00 AM - |
Sep 26

SCCC Chamber Music Series presents "Songs of Love"

Watch the video! Songs of love will fill the air in a performance of Brahms’s New Love Song Waltzes for vocal quartet and piano four hands. The concert features the Lev-Evans Duo (series director Mark Evans and Gili Melamed-Lev) with four singers who graduated from SUNY SCCC School of Music and went on to study at eminent music conservatories. Free and open to the public.
7:30 PM - | Carl B. Taylor Auditorium
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Individualized assistance to students, alumni, employers and educational partners.

CAREER AND TRANSFER SERVICES

Students in the Community Archaeology Program working at a dig site.

Innovative and responsive community educational programming that support businesses and individuals.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION

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Check out the employment opportunities at SCCC.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES