a current student here
If you are interested in attending Corning Community College, or any college for that matter, I would take a very good look at what is required for your program. Also, look through the course catalog to get an idea of the different classes you can take for credit. Layout what classes you want to take, in what order, and in what semester. I have been taking everything from health/biology, to physics, to astronomy, to even athletic training just to see what I was interested in. It does not hurt at all to see what all of your options are, because there are many! I have saved a whole lot of money going to Corning! And although I can get my associates degree in Math and Science after only my third semester, I plan to take a fourth to take more classes that I could potentially be interested in, and/or might need at another school that I'd be paying at least triple for!