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SUNY Schenectady County Community College’s main campus is located at 78 Washington Avenue in Schenectady, NY, just off I890 between Exits 25 and 26 of the NYS Thruway, adjacent to the Mohawk River. The main campus consists of Elston Hall, which houses classrooms and administrative offices, the cafeteria, bookstore, convenience store and café, Begley Library, the Stockade Building where our Admissions Office is located, Gateway Building, home of our Early Childhood Development Program, daycare center and Integrated Laboratory Preschool, the Taylor Auditorium, the School of Music, and the Computer, Science and Technology Building which houses our chemistry, nanotechnology and other labs. To speak with someone at our main campus, call (518) 381-1200.
SUNY Schenectady Center City in Downtown Schenectady is situated on the second floor of 433 State Street in Downtown Schenectady. It has 14 classrooms, a meeting room, vending machines, computers, wireless access throughout and comfortable student lounge areas. To speak with someone at our Center City location, call (518) 621-2683.
SUNY Schenectady’s Albany Site at 175 Central Avenue is located close to the heart of downtown Albany, next to a CDTA’s bus stop, and a direct bus ride from SUNY Schenectady's main campus. SUNY Schenectady’s Albany location is on the fourth floor of the building. It has 3 classrooms, a clinical lab, secure access, comfortable lounge areas, modern classrooms with “smart boards” and is wireless throughout. Access to the Albany Extension Site is limited to students registered for classes in Albany and scheduled visitors. To speak with someone about our Albany site, call (518) 621-4007.
SUNY Schenectady’s Aviation Program is housed at the Schenectady County Airport, 19 Airport Rd, Scotia, NY, a 15 minute drive from the main campus, in the Richmor Aviation Building. The site houses a classroom and specially designed Air Traffic Control lab. To speak with someone about SUNY Schenectady’s aviation program, call (518) 381-1267.
In November of 2015, SUNY Schenectady officially opened the Kindl Building, located on at 201 State Street in Downtown Schenectady. The Kindl family generously donated the structure in 2009 to the College. The County, the State University of New York, and the Empire State Development contributed funds to help offset the $1.6 million cost to renovate the space, which now houses SUNY Schenectady's Workforce Development and Community Education center. To speak to someone about the Workforce Development and Community Education programs, please call (518) 595-1101 ext. 3.