Please join us for a special announcement!!

Bryan Hall is shown on the SUNY Adirondack campus
March 25, 2024

SUNY Adirondack, SUNY Plattsburgh to announce dual admissions offerings

QUEENSBURY, New York (March 25, 2024) — SUNY Adirondack and SUNY Plattsburgh Queensbury invite all members of the media to attend a special event at 10 a.m. Monday, April 15, at Northwest Bay Conference Center, Adirondack Hall.

The colleges will sign a dual admission agreement, further simplifying the process for students to earn an associate degree from SUNY Adirondack, then transfer seamlessly to SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury to complete a bachelor’s degree.

Learn more about this exciting change, meet Burghy and Eddy, enjoy light refreshments and hear comments from Kristine D. Duffy, Ed.D., president of SUNY Adirondack, and Alexander Enyedi, Ph.D., president of SUNY Plattsburgh.

About SUNY Adirondack

SUNY Adirondack is a community college with a growing campus that is part of the nation’s largest university, the State University of New York. With locations in Queensbury, Glens Falls and Wilton, SUNY Adirondack offers courses in person and online; on-campus housing at the Queensbury campus; and serves students via credit and continuing education programs. Learn more at

About SUNY Plattsburgh

SUNY Plattsburgh’s branch campus in Queensbury is a transfer-friendly community for traditional students and working adults, offering bachelor’s degree completion programs in computer security, criminal justice, human development family relations and psychology. The Queensbury campus serves as a center for students and the region by providing relevant, high-quality education programs, scholarship, partnerships, and outreach that enriches and invigorates the community. The college's bachelor's degree-completion programs are designed for students who have completed an associate degree or the equivalent of about 60 credits, providing the community access to complete a four-year degree close to home.