Come to Instant Admit Tuesdays from 1-4 p.m., 2nd Floor, Albany County Office Building, 112 State Street. Bring your transcript or GED. SCCC staff will be available to answer questions and help get you registered for classes.



Why Choose SCCC Albany?

While Schenectady County Community College celebrates its 45th year as an integral resource in the Capital Region, its satellite – the beautiful new SCCC Albany location on the second floor of the Albany County Office Building at 112 State Street – is still in its first year.

Already, excitement has been growing at SCCC Albany along with the programming there. So far, SCCC has been approved by SUNY to offer coursework in Nanoscale Materials Technology, Alternative Energy Technology, Casino and Gaming Management, Chemical Dependency Counseling, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Medical Coding and Billing, Paralegal Studies and Supply Chain Management.

SCCC Albany boasts modern classrooms with wireless access, a computer lab and smart boards, along with its prime location in the heart of downtown Albany. SCCC Albany students get personal attention from caring professors in classes with low student-to-faculty ratios.

This summer, SCCC Albany is offering credit courses in a wide range of subjects, from Psychology to Advanced Computing. At just $141 per credit for NYS residents, these courses are sure to be popular for students who attend or plan to attend a four-year college and need credits to get ahead. Like all SCCC students, SCCC Albany students have access to free CDTA bus service and free parking. Classes start June 2.

This all complements SCCC’s robust non-credit offerings in Albany. SCCC’s popular Health Profession Opportunity Grant-funded Certified Nursing Assistant program operates at 220 Green Street and 175 Central Avenue in Albany. Later this year, SCCC, in partnership with Trinity Alliance, the Albany Housing Authority, and other local colleges, will offer culinary courses and logistics training at the Capital South Campus Center.

For more information about SCCC Albany, call 518-381-1366 or e-mail albany@sunysccc.edu.

SCCC's new Extension Site is located on the second floor of the Albany County Office Building at 112 State St. in downtown Albany.

See: photos from SCCC Albany on our Flickr site.

 

See: course schedule for Summer 2014.

See: course schedule for Fall 2014.

How to register

Students can take courses in the following programs:
Alternative Energy Technology
Casino and Gaming Management
Chemical Dependency Counseling Certificate
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Medical Coding and Billing Certificate
Nanoscale Materials Technology
Paralegal
and
Supply Chain Management

How to apply for admission

How to get a certificate of residence

How to pay your bill

How to register

Parking for Albany students is at the Hudson Green Parking Garage at 45 Hudson Avenue in Albany.  Read more about Parking in Albany.

Directions from Schenectady :

From the Thruway heading east away from Schenectady and towards Albany:
Take Exit 23 
Take 787 North toward Downtown Albany
Take EXIT 4 toward US-9 N / US-20 E
Turn left onto Broadway
Bear right at that light onto Broadway (just past the overhead)
Turn left onto Hudson Ave. (Hudson Av.e is just past Division St.; Red Square is on the left)
45 HUDSON AVE is on the right.
Your destination is just past Liberty St.

If coming from I-90, take exit for 787 South toward Downtown Albany
From Rte 787, exit at Clinton Street and make a left on Broadway
Turn right onto Hudson Avenue
45 HUDSON AVE is on the right.
Your destination is just past Liberty St.

Kim Kakos,
SCCC Albany Student

“I'm a full-time student, and proudly enrolled in the Educational Opportunity Program at SCCC. For my major I'm working on getting my degree in Human Services and certificate in Health Studies, on my way to getting my nursing degree. I'm currently attending classes in Albany County which makes it easier for me to get to work right after class, rather than fighting the traffic. Thank you SCCC for making it convenient for me and everyone else to achieve their goals!"