Find your place at SUNY Adirondack.

We’re a community college, where small-class sizes and personalized attention and mentoring prepare our students for the next step in their lives.

With 23 degree programs and a selection of certificate programs, the college is a great choice for students looking to develop career skills to enter the job market or who want to earn an Associate degree and transfer to a four-year college for a Bachelor’s.

Our Residence Hall adds to the college experience with a state-of-the-art facility complete with a fitness center and suite-style accommodations.

SUNY Adirondack is a diverse community of individuals and each alumni story is unique.

Read our alumni stories to see where a SUNY Adirondack degree can take you.

First Time for Everything

Your first year at college can be overwhelming. Remember, you are not alone. At SUNY Adirondack, we have special programs designed to help you excel — both in the classroom and in life.

Let us help you along the way. Learn more HERE.


Here for you

At SUNY Adirondack, you are never alone. Our professionally trained counseling staff is available to help you with any problem — academic or personal.

Click HERE to see how our Counseling Center can help.


Need help with a class?

The Center for Reading and Writing and the MECS Tutoring Center, available at both the Queensbury campus and SUNY Adirondack Saratoga, can help. Learn more about SUNY Adirondack's Tutoring Center.

The Accessibilities Services Office provides equal educational opportunities to students with disabilities by ensuring full access to all programs, activities and facilities of the college.

Career Coach

Career Coach can help you find a career with a prosperous future by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings and associated education and training.


Looking for work on campus or a job or internship out in the community?

Contact Student Success

Whether you are seeking a work study position or are ready to start a career after graduation, we can help. 

Learn more about the Adirondack Internship Partnership, which connects students with local businesses to support career readiness through experiential learning opportunities. The program partners SUNY Adirondack with the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Glens Falls Rotary, EDC Warren County, Glens Falls City School District, Queensbury UFSD and WSWHE BOCES.


Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)

In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), a student's name, address, phone number, student campus email address, date(s) of attendance, date of birth, major field of study, honors and awards, graduation and degrees awarded and credit hours earned are considered directory information and may be released without student authorization unless the student notifies the Registrar in writing that the information should not be released. Requests objecting to the release of information must be made in writing within fourteen days following the first day of classes. The failure of any student to specifically object to the release of information listed below within the time indicated will be interpreted as approval.
Download a FERPA form to submit to the Registrar's Office.