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
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.

The college also operates the Eileen M. Collins Observatory.

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