SCCC to offer classes in Albany


Watch the video and view photos from the big announcement.

(L. to R.) Daniel McCoy, Albany County Executive; Judith Dagostino, Chair of the Schenectady County Legislature; Denise Murphy McGraw, Chairwoman of the SCCC Board of Trustees; and Dr. Quintin Bullock, SCCC President during the SCCC Albany announcement on Jan. 17, 2013.

SCCC will soon extend its reach in the Capital Region, by serving students in the city of Albany through a new partnership with Albany County. Students will be able to take classes on the second floor of the Albany County Office Building, located at 112 State St. Through an innovative ridership program, students will also be able to ride CDTA buses from the county building to the College's main campus in Schenectady.

Last year SCCC began offering classes at Center City in downtown Schenectady, which turned out to be a huge success with the College offering more and more classes in that location. College officials expect that the new nearly 10,000-square-foot extension site in Albany will be just as successful, continuing the College's mission to provide quality, comprehensive education for transfer, careers, training and workforce development to a diverse population in a student-centered environment.


One of the 30 community colleges in the State University of New York system, the nation's largest comprehensive system of higher education, Schenectady County Community College in upstate New York enrolls more than 7,000 students. SCCC offers more than 40 career degree, transfer degree and certificate programs. The College opened its doors for classes in 1969 and continues to provide affordable comprehensive higher education and adult educational opportunities in response to local educational needs. To learn more, visit

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