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Clinton is a comprehensive community college that offers a variety of academic programs. A hundred years ago, the George Moore Academic and Administrative Building was the historic Hotel Champlain. The breathtaking views of Lake Champlain, New York’s Adirondack Mountains and the Green Mountains of Vermont made this site a destination for Presidents, captains of industry and other celebrities. Today, our students, faculty and staff enjoy those same views.
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A member of the State University of New York (SUNY), Clinton Community College offers seventeen Associate degree programs and eight certificate programs in disciplines ranging from Liberal Arts to Wind Energy and Turbine Technology. Class sizes average only eighteen students, ensuring a supportive learning environment preparing students for transfer to four-year universities or entering the workforce directly after graduation. Located on an historic bluff offering spectacular views of Lake Champlain, we also offer residential life and a successful athletics program.
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The Academic Affairs Division at Clinton Community College houses the following areas: Academic Departments, Online Learning, Tutoring Center, Library, Center for Community and Workforce Development, Educational Partnerships and Academic Services, and Institutional Research and Planning. We provide access and support to a diverse student body by offering high quality career and transfer programs along with innovative academic support and developmental education assistance. Academic Affairs promotes student success for both new and continuing students through educational and community partnerships in conjunction with a supportive teaching and learning environment.
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College is more than just textbooks, tests, and papers! Be a part of it! Hang out in the Cougar’s Den, play laser tag at the Residence Halls, volunteer around campus, or get involved with Fall Carnival. By getting involved, you will get the most out of your college education!
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Our professional staff is committed to your success! Please contact any of us if you need help, or if you want to get involved! Stop by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs anytime (room 229 in the Moore Academic Building)!
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Whether your goal is to enhance your education, improve your employability and your life, or simply to study for the enjoyment of learning something new, Clinton Community College’s Center for Community & Workforce Development is your partner in education!
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The CCC Foundation helps bring the dream of a college education within reach for many in our community. The CCC Foundation offers numerous ways to support Clinton Community College, including contributing to the Annual Fund, sponsoring a special event, making a gift in kind, funding a scholarship, creating an endowment, making a planned gift, or participating in the many events and activities for alumni and the community. Private support is essential for CCC to maintain its high level of excellence and affordability.
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CCC Rated Top for Job Placement
CCC President, Ray DiPasquale, is excited to announce that Clinton Community College has been ranked the top Junior College in New York State for job placement ratings. The College was found to h…
Introducing the Eagle’s Nest Food Pantry and Dress For Success Clothes Closet
CCC President, Ray DiPasquale, is proud to introduce a new initiative here at Clinton: the Eagle’s Nest Food Pantry and Dress for Success Closet.
The idea of a food pantry was conceived when one s…
Learning Commons Open!
CCC is pleased to welcome new and returning students to campus, and we are excited that the new Learning Commons is now open!
The Learning Commons brings The Douglas Library, Tutoring Center and A…
New English A.A. Degree
Clinton Community College President, Ray M. DiPasquale, is pleased to announce that the college has added a new degree program: English Associate of Arts (A.A.). The English A.A. is an interdiscipl…
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This program prepares you for a career in the criminal and juvenile justice systems. You may, after meeting civil service requirements, choose to enter law enforcement, investigation, crime prevention and corrections on the federal, state and local level. Opportunities for employment in private organizations are also available.
Some graduates continue their education in pursuit of bachelor’s degree and beyond, while others enter the workforce immediately following completion of the program.
This program is offered through the Criminal Justice, Forensic Science and Public Administration Department . A Criminal Justice A.S. program also is available. Contact the department to speak with an advisor about which degree program is right for you.
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Career and Transfer Opportunities
Salaries vary based on position and degree attainment. Here are median salaries taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (as of 2017): Probation Officer, $64,930; Police and Sheriff’s Patrol Officer, $68,880; Corrections Officer, $52,330; Loss Prevention Specialist, $24,210; New York State Police Trooper, $70,652.
Transfer institutions include UAlbany, The College of Saint Rose, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and SUNY Plattsburgh, which offers its Criminal Justice B.A. program on the Hudson Valley campus.
Recent employers have included: Albany County Department of Social Services, NYS Attorney General, Colonie Police Department, Rensselaer County Sheriff, TSA and Vanderheyden Hall.
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