Investing for the Future
SUNY Schenectady County Community College is fortunate to have an extended family of alumni, donors, and friends who are cherished stakeholders of the institution. This group of individuals and companies help in shaping not just our College’s future, but the future of our students.
If you are a graduate of SUNY Schenectady, we encourage you to stay connected and follow our activities on Facebook or LinkedIn. As donor and friends, we are forever grateful for your generosity. Your contributions transform the lives our students and build a legacy in the community. If you’re a current student, we encourage you to check out our site and learn more about the many scholarships available through the Foundation.
For more information on the Foundation and Alumni activities, or to donate to the College, click on the boxes below. You’re just one click away from joining an engaging network investing in the future of our community.
The Foundation is here to support the SUNY Schenectady community. Learn more about their work.
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Everything you'll need to know about scholarships through the Foundation.
For those looking to name SUNY Schenectady in their estate plan.
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Join the Success Center for tips to manage your stress and an opportunity to develop your own self-care plan.
Students interested in transferring to Excelsior College are invited to meet with an Excelsior representative to talk about programs and options.
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Students interested in transferring to SUNY Oneonta are invited to meet with admissions representatives at this virtual event.