Enroll now for the Spring Semester! Choose from more than 55 degree, certificate and program options. Classes start Tuesday, January 22.


The SUNY Schenectady Foundation offers scholarships available only to prospective and current students. The application process for the 2019-2020 academic year is open now.


New Spring Semester students are invited to attend Orientation on Thursday, January 17, 2019. Orientation is designed to help students transition to the different aspects of the College.


The School of Music invites high school students to spend a day shadowing a current student. Attend classes, sit in rehearsals and meet faculty. February 18-21.

Female culinary student in chef whites.
Enroll Now for the Spring Semester

Spring Semester classes begin on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

General registration is going on now. Join us for an upcoming admissions event, or stop by campus to get more information.

Male student in SCCC Flight Team jacket

Goals and plans for the future are part of the agenda for students returning this spring.

15 January 2019

College officials join President in delivering milk and bread to City Mission.

9 January 2019
New partnership makes it possible for Teacher Education graduates to take classes in Schenectady toward Cazenovia...
17 December 2018

Students recently inducted into prestigious organization.

11 December 2018
Display ad for spring enrollment. Links to: sunysccc.edu/Admissions
Jan 14
8:30 AM - |
Jan 17


Orientation is designed to help new students transition to the social, cultural and academic aspects of the college.
8:30 AM - 1:30 PM | Elston Hall, Student Commons
Jan 29

Admissions Group Information Session

In this hour and a half session, you will hear from the Office of Admissions about SUNY Schenectady. Academic programs will be discussed in addition to the admissions and financial aid process. This session includes a campus tour.
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Stockade Building, Room 120
Student at an on-campus career fair, talking to a recruiter.

Individualized assistance to students, alumni, employers and educational partners.


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

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


Faculty member working with students in a nanoscale science lab.

Check out the employment opportunities at SUNY Schenectady.