Founded in 1961, Adirondack Community College is connected to the greater State University of New York (SUNY) educational organization and primarily serves the counties of Warren, Washington, and Saratoga. The College has campus locations in Queensbury and Wilton, in addition to an online campus. The public, two-year Adirondack Community College awards associate's degrees and certificates in more than thirty fields of study. Four-year degrees and Master’s degrees can be obtained through the Community College’s partnership with the Regional Higher Education Center.
For nontraditional students and students requiring more flexible schedules, SUNY Adirondack Community College sponsors an online campus with several degree programs and a wide array of courses to choose from. Online classes maintain the same standards and are taught by highly qualified faculty like that of their on-campus counterparts. Though classes are taught in asynchronous formats, students must still complete assignments with deadlines.
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