Save the Date! Join SUNY Schenectady for our Fall Open House on Saturday, November 3, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.


Learn more about the Student Mentoring Program! Find out how to enroll in the program and be matched with a mentor.


The Division of Business, Criminal Justice and Law offer majors in Business Administration, Criminal Justice, and Paralegal Studies, as well as Accounting, Casino Management, Emergency Management, and Fire Protection Technology.


The Division of Math, Science, Technology and Health is committed to teaching with the latest technology, so our graduates receive the most up-to-date education, whether their goal is to enter the workplace, or to transfer.

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Start Planning for Winter Session and Spring Semester

Start thinking about Winter Session and Spring Semester. Winter Session runs December 26, 2018-January 18, 2019. Spring Semester classes begin on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Join us for an upcoming admissions event or stop by campus to learn more.

Ann Fleming Brown to serve term with NYCCT through 2020.

17 October 2018

Discussions with student leaders, College officials, tour of campus were on the day's agenda.

15 October 2018

Book published last week first debuted at BookExpo America.

26 September 2018

SUNY Schenectady graduates can transfer seamlessly for SUNY Poly B.S. in Nanoscale Engineering.

21 September 2018
Ad for Open House on November 3. Links to
Oct 22

Inside to Outside: Perspectives on Criminal Justice

Join us for a conversation about social issues in law enforcement. Presented by Vidal Guzman, Community Organizer, Just Leadership USA. Made possible with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Free.
11:50 AM - 12:45 PM | Center City, Room 210
Oct 24

You are only 1% Human!

Presented by Dr. Magdia De Jesus, Microbiology and Immunology professor at SUNY Albany School of Public Health, Albany Medical College, and Wadsworth Center Masters of Laboratory Science. Free.
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Stockade Building, Room 101
Oct 24

Running on Empty: Food Insecurity and Student Success

For this faculty-mentored, undergraduate research project, students in the Community Policy Institute at Siena College worked with the Food Bank Association of New York State, to investigate the connection between hunger and college success. All are welcome.
11:50 AM - 12:45 PM | Elston Hall, Lally Mohawk Room
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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 SCCC.