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Schenectady County Community College

Schenectady County Community College, in Schenectady, New York, emphasizes high quality academic programs with broad access for its students. It also is a big part of its community.

The Schenectady County Board of Representatives officially established Schenectady County Community College on January 26, 1967.

There are a number of career degree, transfer degree, and certificate programs that are offered by SCCC. The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree and the Associate in Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) degree are career-oriented, which prepares students for employment immediately after graduation. Transfer degree programs will enable students to complete the first two years of study for a bachelor's degree and then transfer to a four-year college or university. The short-term skills certificate programs will allow you to upgrade your skills and prepare you for immediate entry into an occupation.

A Student Affairs Division was set up at Schenectady County Community College to help students fulfill their dreams and aspirations by offering diverse programs and services. The Student Affairs Division has a dedicated staff to help maintain a safe and healthy community among the students.

There are many clubs offered by SCCC that students can join that are paid for by The Student Activity Fee. If you have an interest in something that isn't already offered by one of the many clubs, you can create a club. It's a very student-friendly system that really fosters an engaging community.

Athletics are an important part of the college's extracurricular activities. They are open to all students who meet the basic eligibility requirements of the National Junior College of Athletics Association (NJCAA), the college, and the SCCC Athletics Office. Student athletes are required to maintain high quality academic work and regular class attendance. Being absent from class is a very serious matter and will affect your grading.

Campus tours led by a student guide are available to people who are interested in attending SCCC. They also offer an online virtual tour that is available on the SCCC website for people who can't make it to the campus.


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