ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS

As you already know, Schenectady County Community College offers a wide variety of resources to help you succeed in achieving not just your educational goals, but your career goals too. We have a dedicated team who are here to help you complete your degree and become a graduate of SCCC! We want to continue helping you to land the job of your dreams!

Current students have an abundance of resources available to them throughout the year, not just the semester! If you’re looking for help in selecting your courses for the next semester, interested in joining one of the many student clubs, or need help in preparing for that big job interview next week – Schenectady County Community College is here to support your goals.


INFORMATION FOR

Quality academic advising is a key to your success and your advisor is a valuable resource to help you in attaining life and career goals.

ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT

There are many ways to pay for college. Let us guide you through the process.

PAYING FOR COLLEGE

See course offerings and important dates for registration.

REGISTER FOR CLASSES

Discover the many opportunities to be engaged with your classmates. We also have numerous resources for you to succeed.

STUDENT LIFE AND RESOURCES

Looking to land your dream job or transfer from SCCC to a 4-year institution? Let us help!

CAREER AND TRANSFER SERVICES

Interested in participating in sports? We have 5 award winning teams for you to consider.

ATHLETICS


Meet our two students chosen as recipients of the 2017 SUNY Chancellor's Awards for Excellence.
29 March 2017
See photos and hear from students.
22 March 2017
Watch the video!
21 March 2017

Dean of Division shares insights about recent business panel

9 March 2017
Mar 29

Jazz Showcase - Big Band and Combos

Join SUNY SCCC music students for Jazz Showcase at The Van Dyck.
7:30 PM - | The Van Dyck Restaurant and Lounge, 237 Union Street, Schenectady
Mar 30

Transitioning to College from Diverse Backgrounds

The IDEAL (Interactional Diversity, Engagement, And Leadership) Program has put together a Diversity Panel that will shine a light on obstacles that new and returning students faced and how they overcame them. The panelists will share their stories and the audience will have an opportunity to participate in the Q. and A. portion of the event. Free. Pizza will be served.
12:30 PM - 1:20 PM | Elston Hall, Lally Mohawk Room
Apr 2

Capital Region Wind Ensemble "Shadow and Light"

Jonathan Hulting-Cohen, tenor saxophone soloist. CRWE presents a concert of shadow and light, good and evil with works by Frank Ticheli, Jonathan Newman, Michael Markowski, and Shafer Mahoney.
3:00 PM - | Carl B. Taylor Auditorium