Suffolk County Community College (SCCC)– Selden, also known as the Ammerman Campus, works to make its academics accessible to all of the local residents. Located just off Exit 62 of I-495, the Ammerman Campus is conveniently accessible by car or bus, so you can take advantage of SCCC’s diverse educational opportunities without going out of your way.
The Ammerman Campus offers a number of academic services. The Transfer Program is a great way to get ready for a four-year program without breaking the bank, and professionally oriented associate’s degrees and certificates can help give your career a boost. Non-credit continuing education and professional development courses are also available, if you need to become licensed or simply want to expand your skill set.
SCCC Selden has an open admissions policy. This means that non-degree students can enroll freely in credit or non-credit courses. Though additional admissions requirements apply to degree-seeking students, the process is simple and can be completed online.
Financial aid is available at the Ammerman Campus, primarily via need-based federal programs. The FAFSA is required for these programs, and SCCC recommends applying by April 15 to ensure full consideration.
Quick Facts about Suffolk County Community College, Ammerman
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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