SUNY Adirondack is a two-year community college with locations in Queensbury & Wilton, NY and online. Serving about 4,000 students in and outside of New York State, SUNY Adirondack offers courses in a wide variety of academic disciplines.
SUNY Adirondack, formerly known as Adirondack Community College, is part of the nation's largest system of public higher education - The State Univeristy of New York. Recognized as one of the most affordable in New York State, SUNY Adirondack is dedicated to preparing the next generation of leaders for a bright future.
About SUNY Adirondack
On average, out of the 4,000 students regularly enrolled at SUNY Adirondack, 57% are full-time and 43% are part-time. About 400 students live in a dorm on the Queensbury campus.
Based in Queensbury, NY with a second location in Wilton, NY, SUNY Adirondack offers 23 associate degree programs and 8 certificate programs in Business, Creative & Performing Arts, Criminal Justice, Hospitality & Tourism, Information Technology, Liberal Arts and Science, and Technology, Engineering, and Math.
In addition to their academic programs, SUNY Adirondack also offers non-credit courses for ages 7 to 97. These classes range from business and computer training to youth programming, and they are ideal for people interested in developing their skillset.
Whether you're looking to enter a career field after receiving your two-year degree or earn a bachelor's degree, SUNY Adirondack will provide the resources to help you along the way:
- From College to Career - SUNY Adirondack offers hands-on experience through student internships, employment, and volunteer opportunities.
- Continuing Your Education - SUNY Adirondack works with top colleges to transfer credits earned toward a bachelor's degree program.
SUNY Adirondack's Wilton Center
SUNY Adirondack's second location is the Wilton Center in Wilton, NY, which is just minutes away from Saratoga Springs. Students in the Saratoga area are able to receive the full SUNY Adirondack experience in a convenient spot, including higher education and workforce development support. Their course offerings feature:
- Small class sizes, individual attention, and one-on-one support
- New biology and chemistrry lab courses
- On-site graphics and computers labs
- Cisco Networking Academy lab
- Day and evening course programs
- And more