SUNY Adirondack is located in upstate New York just minutes from the cultural and tourism centers of Saratoga Springs and Lake George. The College’s main campus is north of Glens Falls in Queensbury, N.Y., while the SUNY Adirondack Wilton Center is located just three miles north of Saratoga Springs in the heart of Saratoga County.
SUNY Adirondack offers one of the lowest tuition rates among community colleges in New York State with over 70 percent of its students receiving some form of financial aid. Even out-of-state students will find SUNY Adirondack tuition to be lower than many other national alternatives.
The College offers small class sizes, dedicated faculty, and personalized instruction in over 30 associate degree and certificate programs. There is no shortage of challenging programs at SUNY Adirondack. They include programs in adventure sports, business, criminal justice, culinary arts, engineering, hospitality and tourism, information technology, music, nursing and more.
Students receive real world experience as 86 percent of graduates of career-oriented programs participate in internships with local businesses. Students who wish to continue their education upon graduation from SUNY Adirondack may take advantage of any of the three dozen articulation agreements the College has with public and private four-year colleges and universities. In fact, graduates are now able to continue their college careers on SUNY Adirondack’s campus and pursue their bachelor’s degrees through the Regional Higher Education Center in partnership with SUNY Plattsburgh and SUNY Empire State College.
SUNY Adirondack offers students a wealth of opportunities to participate in cultural, social and sporting events throughout the year. Intercollegiate athletics, international travel, student government, extra-curricular clubs, art, music and theatrical productions are among the many activities that help to provide a complete student life experience. The College is also known for its excellent accessibility and career and counseling services.
Students now have the opportunity to live on-campus with the recent opening of a 400-bed student residence hall. The state-of-the-art residence hall offers suite-style living accommodations, on-site fitness facilities, integrated learning space, technology access, and interactive classrooms.
SUNY Adirondack: Experience it for yourself.