Corning Community College

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Corning Community College
Established 1957
Type Community college
Endowment [2.3 million][1]
President Dr. Katherine P. Douglas
Academic staff 258[2]
Students 5,072[3]
Location United States Corning, NY, US
42°07′02″N 77°04′25″W / 42.117258°N 77.073544°W / 42.117258; -77.073544Coordinates: 42°07′02″N 77°04′25″W / 42.117258°N 77.073544°W / 42.117258; -77.073544
Campus Suburban
550 acres (2.2 km2)
Colors red and white         
Nickname Red Barons
Affiliations National Junior College Athletic Association, Region III, Mid-State Athletic Conference

Corning Community College in the U.S. state of New York was initiated in 1957 and moved to its Spencer Hill campus in 1963. This two-year college serves three counties: Steuben, Chemung, and Schuyler. It is one of the community colleges in the SUNY system.

Campus and programs[edit]

The college offers Associate of Sciences, Associate of Arts, Applied Associate of Science, Associate of Occupation Studies and a number of certificates as well.

For more information about programs, go to the Academic Program page:

The college also operates the Eileen M. Collins Observatory.

During April 2012, the ground breaking for Corning Community College's first ever Residential Hall took place. To keep abreast with the building progress, watch it on webcam:

For detailed information about CCC's programs, view their current catalog:

Corning Community College's Transfer Articulation Agreements:

For history of Corning Community College, view CCC's timeline:

Notable alumni[edit]


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