College Prep

Fall 2018 Community Education Courses

Allied Health Courses Computer Courses
Online Courses
Archaeology Culinary Courses
Personal Enrichment
Career Development
Kid and Teen Academy
Professional Development
College Prep/Transition Music
Wellness Courses

For a printable PDF of the Fall Workforce Development and Community Education course book, please click here.


High School Equivalency Prep and ESOL

SUNY Schenectady County Community College is pleased to offer the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) on our College campus.

CRN# 91782   
CFA 095-01   
September 5 – December 19   
Mondays and Wednesdays
5:30-8:30 p.m.     

Fee: $175
This class features an applied curriculum designed to significantly improve success rates on the TASC exam. Emphasis will be placed on building your basic reading, writing and mathematics skills. Students must be at least 17 years of age or older. *Workbook fees are additional and purchased through the bookstore. Click here to register.

SUNY Schenectady County Community College is pleased to offer Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) and English for Speakers of Other Languages courses through a partnership with Capital Region BOCES and Washington Irving.

In Albany
Students in the Albany area who are interested in acquiring a high school diploma by taking the TASC exam should contact Capital Region BOCES at  (518) 862-4775 to register.

In Schenectady
Students in the Schenectady area who are interested in taking the TASC or are interested in ESOL should contact Washington Irving at (518) 370-8220 to register.



College Prep

College Transition
CFA 177
Duration: 6 weeks

For more information please contact Coordinator of Workforce Development Sarah Wilson-Sparrow at (518) 595-1101, ext. 2 or

You Can Succeed at College…We Can Help!
College Transition is a comprehensive college support program for those who wish to attend college for the first time, retrain in a new field or return to college after a long absence. Students are provided review and skill building in college level reading, writing and math required for college placement and success. In addition, this course assists with navigating the college application, admissions and financial aid processes. Students are supported in managing educational barriers including, but not limited to: funding, childcare and transportation. College Transition assists with access to SUNY SCCC campus resources as well as utilization of local, state and federal funding sources beyond standard financial aid in order to defray tuition, childcare and living expenses. Start your journey here.