Established in 1963, the Fulton-Montgomery Community College is a public college located in Johnstown, New York United States of America. The college is a part of State University of New York system. The highest degree offered at Fulton-Montgomery Community College is an associate degree and the college has an open admissions policy.
The college has one of the most successful transfer programs in the system of SUNY community college and offers more than 35 two year associate degree programs. The students can study at the college for 2 years and can then transfer to universities within the SUNY system or other universities in or outside the state of New York. The Fulton-Montgomery Community College offers degrees and certificates in 16 different fields, the most popular programs at the college include Liberal Arts and Sciences; Business, Management, Marketing and Related Support Services; General Studies & Humanities; and Health Professions & Related Programs.
The total student population at the college is more than 2,600 students of which over 2,200 students are enrolled in the undergraduate programs. The student to faculty ratio at the Fulton-Montgomery Community College is 19:1. The college has more than 100 international students enrolled from different parts of the globe.
The college is member of National Junior College Athletic Association and offers Division-III sports in basketball, volleyball, baseball, soccer and softball.
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Bachelors: USD $9200.
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