Summer Sessions at SUNY SCCC
Stay on track to graduate or get ahead this summer at SUNY SCCC. At $155 a credit (NY state residents), SUNY SCCC is an affordable choice. Visiting students home on vacation welcome! Take a course over the summer and transfer the credits back to your current college or university.
Learn more! Submit an info form to receive more information about Summer Sessions.
SUNY SCCC offers three summer sessions. Choose from over 160 courses online and on campus.
Sequential courses offered (I,II). $155 per credit hour (NY State Residents). Register early! Classes fill up fast!
- Select the course you would like to register for.
- Download and complete the Registration Form (PDF)
- E-mail your completed Registration Form to the Registrar's Office
Visiting students looking to transfer credits to their own school:
General registration begins on Monday, February 20. Please stop by the Registrar's Office in Elston Hall, 212 to get started. If you can't make it to campus, call (518) 381-1348 or e-mail email@example.com and the Registrar's Office will work with you to get registered.
Important info for visiting students:
Certificate of Residence
Transcript Information - if you are a visiting student from another college and would like to transfer your SCCC credit, you will need to request an official transcript be sent at the completion of the summer session. Always check with your home institution for transferability of the course(s) you are taking.
Immunizations - if you are taking more than 6 credits on campus, you will need to provide proof of immunization.
Tuition and Fees
Summer Registration Calendar - check here for important dates relating to Summer Sessions.
Current SUNY SCCC students, already enrolled in a degree or certificate program:
You may register online; you do not need a PIN. You are encouraged to contact your advisor with any questions you may have about course selection.
Current SUNY SCCC students, not enrolled in a program:
If you have taken a class at SUNY SCCC at any time in the past year, you may register online; you do not need a PIN.
New students looking to enroll in a degree or certificate program:
Please call (518) 381-1366 or stop by the Admissions Office
in the Stockade Building on the main campus or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
or apply here