February 24, 2012 from 11:00am - 1:30pm at Schenectady County Community College
SUNY Adirondack With campuses in Queensbury, Wilton, and Online, SUNY Adirondack serves more than 8,000 credit and non-credit students in the Adirondacks, Tech Valley, and Capital Region. The college offers a portfolio of degrees directly tied to local jobs, as well as oncampus access to Bachelor and Master degrees via its new Regional Higher Education Center.
Empire State College is a leader in providing alternative higher educational experiences for adult learners. Students work one-to-one with mentors, study online, engage in residencies and study groups, or blend these ways of learning. With 36 locations across the state of New York, the college offers a flexible, affordable opportunity to earn a highly respected degree from the State University of New York.
University at Albany Strategically located in the state capital of New York, the University at Albany is an internationally recognized public research institution that brings "The World Within Reach" to over 17,500 students at the graduate and undergraduate levels. The varied perspectives and life experiences of a student body and faculty that represent more than 100 nations provide a diversity that enriches learning at UAlbany.
Hudson Valley Community College Known as a leader in distance learning initiatives and workforce training, Hudson Valley Community College offers more than 70 degree and certificate programs in four schools: Business; Engineering and Industrial Technologies; Health Science; and Liberal Arts and Sciences; and an Educational Opportunity Center for academic preparation and career training.
SUNY CobleskillThe State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill is an accredited polytechnic college that is primarily baccalaureate and residential. SUNY Cobleskill has an enrollment of 2,600 students in 50 programs in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Business. An economic engine for rural New York, SUNY Cobleskill is home to a wide array of continuing education and professional development opportunities.
Schenectady County Community College established in 1967, emphasizes high quality academic programs, access for students, and responsiveness to community needs. SCCC offers 45 transfer degree, career degree and certificate programs, as well as workforce development initiatives. The College has dedicated teaching faculty and is located in Schenectady, along the Mohawk River.
Columbia-Greene Community College Situated on a picturesque campus near the banks of the Hudson River, Columbia-Greene offers 46 dynamic degree- and certificate-programs, including fine arts, business, teacher education, nursing, criminal justice, automotive technology, computer science, computer graphics and massage therapy. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 18:1, the college's student-centered approach is its key to student success.
SUNY's Impact Across the Capital Region
Number of Students: 44,200
Number of Employees: 8,800
Number of Alumni: 166,000
Total degrees per year from the Capital region SUNY's:7,300
Economic impact of the Capital region SUNY's on the NYS economy: 2.1 billion
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