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Cornell University

As an Ivy League, a research institution, and one of three private land-grant universities in the US, Cornell University admissions are highly competitive. Since Cornell was founded in 1865 in Ithaca, NY, it has been a co-educational, nonsectarian...

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With the exorbitant amount of majors offered, it is extremely easy to find your niche at Cornell. As an engineer, I was worried about immediately being funneled into classes filled to the brim with only math and science majors and engineers. I was...

” – Samantha from Ithaca, NY
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred

Located in the hills of western New York, Alfred State College is a 4-year SUNY College of Technology institution offering more than 70 degrees. Alfred State maintains three colleges as well as an honors program and fully online degrees in areas such...

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It is amazing the staffs are very friendly.

” – Lashaun from Brooklyn, NY
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SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill combines theory with practice and all students must complete an applied learning experience to graduate. Educational facilities on campus include a contiguous farm, student-run restaurant, art...

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I am planing on learning as much as I can and pass my knowledge on to others.

” – Alicia from Winsted, CT
SUNY College of Technology at Canton

SUNY College of Technology at Canton is located in northern New York State and part of the State University of New York System. Originally founded as the first 2-year college in New York, SUNY Canton now confers bachelor’s degrees in 29 career...

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I learn so much from the teachers! They are also very friendly!

” – Rose from Nicholville, NY
SUNY College of Technology at Canton Online

SUNY College of Technology at Canton is located in northern New York State and part of the State University of New York System. Originally founded as the first 2-year college in New York, SUNY Canton now confers bachelor’s degrees in 29 career...

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Niagara County Community College is a 2-year community college in western New York State and part of the State University of New York system. NCCC confers associate degrees in over 60 academic fields of study. Additionally, the college makes 10...

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Great place to start a degree program, and get the general education requirements out of the way.
It is very economical to attend and the instruction is high quality.
There are also plenty of majors to choose from.

” – Samantha from Lockport, NY
SUNY Morrisville

SUNY Morrisville is located in Central New York, on 150 acres in a town of the same name. Morrisville offers more than 75 degree programs, both bachelor's and associate's, in agriculture, technology, business, social sciences, and liberal arts...

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I think that it is a wonderful college. It offers many different degrees and programs. They also have professors that really understand the students and are very helpful as well.

” – Cheyanne from Earlville, NY
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Jefferson Community College is a 2-year college in northern upstate New York and part of the State Universities of New York system. SUNY Jefferson maintains over 30 academic programs offering associate degrees and certificates as well as the chance...

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I enjoyed every single one of my classes at JCC. The professors are very knowledgeable and helpful.

” – Karissa from Shaw A F B, SC
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Adirondack Community College is a public, 2-year institution established in Queensbury, New York. Students attending SUNY Adirondack have access to the college’s recently-renovated library, which is home to hundreds of thousands of resources...

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Adirondack Community College has taught me a lot about what the world of college academics is like as well as what life is really all about. The curriculum is geared toward individual needs and desires with the opportunity to select from a variety of...

” – Erin from Queensbury, NY
Tompkins Cortland Community College

Tompkins Cortland Community College is a public, 2-year institution located in Dryden, New York. Among the 40 degree programs within its catalog, Tompkins Cortland offers several unique options, such as the Digital Cinema program and the Wine...

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The professors I have had for all of my classes have been very well educated in the field of study and class they have taught. Many have brought life experiences into the room which makes me, as a student, feel more comfortable and able to...

” – Charnie from Cortland, NY
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Genesee Community College is a public, 2-year institution established in Batavia, New York. Along with the rural, 240-acre main campus, GCC also maintains satellite facilities in residential hubs including Dansville, Medina, Warsaw, Albion, Arcade...

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I like that GCC is a small school. It guarantees that the professors have enough time to get to know you and your needs.

” – Danielle from Basom, NY