Suffolk County Community College
- School Size
- Cost of Attendance
$10,000 — $15,000 Year
- Type of School
- Student Body Gender
- Religious Affiliation
- Scholarships for International Students
- Conditional Admission Available
Business, Computer Science, Engineering
Accreditation and Certification
Type of Housing
No housing available
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Suffolk County Community College is one of the 64 colleges and universities that make up the State University of New York (SUNY) system. With an enrollment of approximately 25,000 students, we are the largest community college in New York State.
Get Your Start at Suffolk
There are so many reasons why Suffolk County Community College is an ideal place to pursue your education. We provide affordable quality higher education, delivered in small class settings, led by faculty with credentials from many of the country’s most acclaimed institutions.
With 100 degree and certificate options, as well as articulation and dual admissions agreements with many local and nationally renowned four-year schools, our students are able to pursue a wide variety of interests and transfer with full credit to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor’s degree. In fact, our graduates often save tens of thousands of dollars while going on to excel at some of the nation’s most recognized institutions.
From enhancing the probability of success for students who need extra support, to creating an academically challenging environment for the hundreds of students in our Honors Program, to working closely with area businesses to meet their current and projected workforce demands, Suffolk is dedicated to meeting the full needs of our students and valued communities.
Intensive English Program (IEP)
Suffolk’s Intensive English Program (IEP) has helped many students achieve their goals. The program is ideal for second-language learners who are preparing for college or for those wishing to increase their career options.
The IEP program lasts 12 weeks for the fall and spring semesters. Students attend class for 18 hours per week and are required to do an online lab for an additional two hours per week.
Three levels of instruction are offered: beginner, intermediate and advanced. All levels provide balanced instruction and active practice in all of the skill areas: comprehension, speaking (including pronunciation), grammar, reading and writing.
F-1 students who complete the Intensive English Program can continue their education and earn an associate degree.
The scholarship program at Suffolk County Community College is administered under the auspices of the Suffolk Community College Foundation, Inc. Scholarships are made available through the generosity of various individuals, student organizations, college faculty and staff, local and community groups, business firms, and through the fund-raising activities of the Suffolk Community College Foundation.
Eligibility criteria vary depending on the particular scholarship in question. Typical criteria include grade point average and credits completed, while selected scholarships may also require a specific academic program, residence in a limited geographic area, community service, or co-curricular activities.
Other factors which may be considered include essays, faculty recommendations, and interviews. The actual selection process is coordinated by both campus and collegewide scholarship committees.
Student Activities and Campus Life
With more than 25,000 students, Suffolk County Community College offers a wide range of activities, clubs and organizations for student participation. Students can join a music ensemble, campus newspaper or intramural athletic team and more!
We encourage you to learn about all that SCCC has to offer and become an active member of a thriving college community.
533 College Road
Selden NY 11768
121 Speonk-Riverhead Road
Riverhead NY 11901-3499
Crooked Hill Road
Brentwood NY 11717-1092