Finger Lakes Community College was founded in 1965, is located in Canandaigua, New York, and is a part of higher education system of State University of New York (SUNY). FLCC has three New York campuses in addition to their main facility. The Geneva Campus Center is located in Geneva, the Victor Campus Center in Victor, and the Wayne County Campus Center in Newark, New York. Finger Lakes Community College states the mission of: “a supportive, learning-centered environment that empowers our students, provides enriching life experiences, and enhances the quality of life throughout our community.”
Finger Lakes Community College awards associate's degrees and certificate programs, as well as a winter session programs, minimesters, internships, non-credit courses, Adult Basic Education, GED programs, online and hybrid coursework, high school dual-credit programs, and travel courses. For convenience and flexibility, FLCC Online gives students an added option. Partnering with the SUNY Learning Network, distance education features asynchronous and hybrid learning styles taught by many of the same faculty instructing on-campus courses.
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education