Suffolk County CC is a public college located in Selden, New York in the New York City Area. It is a big institution with an enrollment of 14,084 undergraduate students. The Suffolk County CC acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Business Administration and Management, and Nursing. Graduating 28% of students, Suffolk County CC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $27,900.
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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.112 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.106 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.109 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities1,893 Graduates
Business Administration and Management296 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science251 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping145 Graduates
Information Technology59 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service56 Graduates
Graphic Design56 Graduates
Radio and Television Broadcasting Technician56 Graduates
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SUNY Suffolk County Community College Reviews
Suffolk is a great school to attend, especially to save money during your first two years of school! Classes are offered anywhere from early morning to late night, with a variety of professors teaching them. Professors are average, some are really good and others couldn't care less. I have had issues with misguidance from the counseling department and scheduling my classes to graduate on time, so be careful of that. Otherwise, Suffolk is what you make of it, so just take advantage of all opportunities and resources you have there! I would still recommend this school to anyone who will eventually be pursuing a bachelors or grad school down the line to save money.
After being out of school for 6 years, Suffolk County Community College has given me the resources and support I’ve needed to jump back into my academic dreams. Their online program has made it easy for me to balance work while still enrolling in classes as a full-time student. The previous fall semester was my first and I managed to get a perfect 4.0 GPA! The professors are understanding and accommodating while still remaining intellectually thought provoking. Not to mention, for students who struggle to make ends meet, this college is eager to help you find the financial aid you need and will always come up with a solution that best suits you. And the best part about being a part of their alumni? Most, if not all of your credits are easily transferable to a 4-year SUNY school. If you’re looking for a welcoming and affordable community college which offers great academic and career opportunities, this is your college. With SCCC, it’s never too late to start your journey.
I absolutely loved my time at SCCC. I wanted to stay local and leave without any student debt so SCCC was the perfect option. The tuition is affordable, with plenty of options for financial aid, scholarships, and payment plans. I can only think of one or two professors that were awful; the rest were knowledgeable in their field, committed to teaching, and passionate about their subject material. The major downside is that the advisors are awful! I went to a couple different ones and they were terrible for different reasons. One was plain rude and obnoxious (I vowed to trip him if I ever saw him walking on campus), another just wanted to chat so I barely got any of the information I needed, and another gave me wrong information. I recommend searching for your own answers online, by asking people in specific departments or fields, or by going right to people or the website of whatever school or program you want to attend after SCCC. Overall, I would highly recommend SCCC.