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Find a career. Turn over a new leaf. Sharpen existing skills. Or just keep learning.

Columbia-Greene Community College offers options to help students meet their goals. Those caring for families can rely on the College’s Day Care Center. Students with daytime jobs can take online, remote, or evening classes. And for those who need some extra support, the Student Success Center provides tutoring and other assistance.

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Higher Ed. Lower Cost.

As part of the State University of New York, Columbia-Greene’s tuition rate is among the most reasonable in the region. Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution can save as much as 40 percent by completing two years here.

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Degree and Certificate Programs
The College's academic programs target real-world needs. Graduates will acquire in-demand skills that make a Columbia-Greene degree well worth the time and money spent.
Percentage of Students Receiving Gift Aid
Three-quarters of Columbia-Greene students receive grants or scholarships—money that does not need to be repaid. Contact the Columbia-Greene Community College Foundation for more information.
Average Class Size
College classes can be challenging. But Columbia-Greene faculty are eager to help. Small classes mean professors care and are eager to provide one-on-one attention.
Worth The Wait

Out of college for a while? Don’t worry! Some 35 percent of Columbia-Greene students enroll for the first time later in life.

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In-Person and Virtual Visits

Stop by the 144-acre campus for an in-person visit or attend a Virtual Information Session. Either way, admissions representatives and faculty are ready to answer questions about classes, financial aid, campus life, and more.

Campus Visit and Info Sessions Student Orientation
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