Taylor Flesch graduated from SUNY Corning Community College in 2017 with a job in hand as a junior project engineer. Susan Freitas graduated from SUNY CCC in 2014. Her degree and dream took her to Manhattan where she’s now a junior designer. Kenny Taylor graduated from SUNY CCC in 2013; he put his degree to use by joining the largest police department in the country: the NYPD. Ali Williams, from the Class of 2011, is a Civil Engineer in upstate New York. August Troccia studied at SUNY CCC in 2010 and is a pharmacist at the Elmira Psychiatric Center.
These graduates are among the thousands of employed, successful SUNY CCC alumni who got their start in Corning. Wherever you want to go, whatever your goal, SUNY CCC will help you get there. That’s its promise to you. It is, of course, a partnership. The College needs you to want it, needs you to work for it, and needs you to be open to the knowledge the SUNY CCC will share and the opportunities it will offer, including the career-building internships, co-ops, clinicals, and practicums that will put your résumé above the rest.
The SUNY Corning Community College experience is complete and tailored to meet your needs. The College takes time to get to know you. Its professors are committed to teaching. Your academic success is their mission. They bring real-world experience and connections with professional colleagues into the classroom. SUNY CCC has dedicated and on-demand tutors — available in subjects that range from writing to chemistry — available at times and locations that are convenient for you. Its coaches were former All-Americans and Conference Champions. They know your sport and how to unleash your potential. The result? SUNY CCC intercollegiate student-athletes are consistently top recruits at four-year colleges and universities.
SUNY CCC knows that social isn’t just online. Comedians, musicians, dance parties, bonfires, trivia nights, intramurals, hiking, meditation, fashion shows, fundraisers, blood drives, book clubs, visiting scholars, and movie nights are just a few of the activities that the College’s student development staff books. Some of the events are thought-provoking and tied to coursework. Some of the events are pure fun. Others relax and nourish our minds and bodies. SUNY CCC is the whole experience.
Living on campus is central to that experience. SUNY CCC’s dorm rooms are some of the largest rooms with the lowest price in the SUNY system. You can choose from 3 floor plans, depending on how much space you want. Living on campus is convenient. You’re feet away from the food and the fitness center. Your friends are down the hall and your classes are five minutes away. The building is air-conditioned and wireless. Every floor has three washers and dryers that are free and simple to use, cable in the lounges, and a kitchen that you can use for late-night dinners.
You need to consider SUNY CCC. Check out its website and visit the campus. Choosing a college is a big decision. Let SUNY CCC show you why it’s the right decision.