Achieving Your Goals
As you already know, SUNY Schenectady offers a wide variety of resources to help you succeed in achieving not just your educational goals, but your career goals too. We have a dedicated team who are here to help you complete your degree and become a graduate of SUNY Schenectady! We want to continue helping you to land the job of your dreams!
Current students have an abundance of resources available to them throughout the year, not just the semester! If you’re looking for help in selecting your courses for the next semester, interested in joining one of the many student clubs, or need help in preparing for that big job interview next week – SUNY Schenectady is here to support your goals.
Your advisor is a valuable resource to help you attain your goals.
There are many ways to pay for college. Let us guide you through the process.
See course offerings and important dates for registration.
Discover opportunities to be engaged with your classmates. We also have numerous resources for you to succeed.
Looking to land your dream job or transfer to a 4-year institution? Let us help!
Interested in participating in sports? We have 6 award winning teams for you to consider.
College recognized as Military Friendly School for ninth consecutive year.
College Partners with Duanesburg Central School District on Early College Program.
Aviation Science major, Marine Corp Reservist, and member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society: "I am very interested in the wishes of the students and their voices being heard."
Nothing is stopping these student leaders from planning spring virtual events while serving as the "voice" of the students.
COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics shine light on career opportunities in Biotech field.
Let the Success Center guide you through ways to prepare for tests that will help reduce your test taking anxiety.
Join the Success Center for tips to manage your stress and an opportunity to develop your own self-care plan.
Students interested in transferring to Excelsior College are invited to meet with an Excelsior representative to talk about programs and options.
Learn more about the non-credit Intro to Craft Brewing and Distilling course offered through the Office of Workforce Development and Community Education.
Students interested in transferring to SUNY Oneonta are invited to meet with admissions representatives at this virtual event.