Confirm Requirements and Special Admissions
Majors and Career Goals
The first two years of many majors can be started at SUNY Broome Community College. While SUNY Broome may not have the exact listing, you can still transfer to a four year college with junior standing if you plan ahead. Many careers also have multiple choices to start with, so if you are uncertain of what you should major in at SUNY Broome Community College and want see the recommended list based on the career you are interested in the attached list is for you!
Early College Program
Early College is a program for high achieving high school students who can benefit from taking college courses, full or part-time, before graduating from high school. Qualified juniors and seniors who are at least 16 years of age may be eligible for the program.
Anyone interested in Early College should contact the Fast Forward & Early College Center at 607 778-5619. Applications can be found here. Please note: Early College students are NOT eligible for financial aid.
Admission for Health Science Programs
Entry into the following Health Science programs at SUNY Broome Community College is based on a competitive admissions process: Dental Hygiene, Health Information Technology, Medical Assistant, Clinical Laboratory Technician, Nursing, Nursing:Evening/Weekender, Physical Therapist Assistant and Radiologic Technology.
The above programs begin with the fall semester only, except the Clinical Laboratory Technician On-line Option programs which begin with the spring semester only and the Nursing Evening/Weekender program, which is offered every other spring semester on even numbered years (Starting Spring 2014). For example, the next three entries into which the Nursing Evening/Weekend program will begin in January 2014, January 2016, and January 2018.
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Admission without a High School Diploma
Students who lack a high school or a general equivalency diploma (GED) may apply for admission only as a non-matriculated student (non-degree seeking and not eligible for financial aid).
The New York State Education Department has ruled that an IEP diploma is different from a high school diploma because it is not an indication of successful completion of high school study. Therefore, students who hold an IEP diploma may apply for non-matriculated admission to Broome and will be evaluated on the same criteria used for students who lack a high school diploma or GED.
Home Schooled Students
Home-schooled students will be eligible for admission if they can provide either 1) a letter from the superintendent of the school district in which the student resides, attesting to the student's completion of a program of home instruction meeting the requirements of Section 100.10 of the Regulations of the Commissioner of Education, or 2) a passing score on the general comprehensive examination for the state high school equivalency diploma (GED) (and the diploma itself when available), or 3) students may be admitted under the provisions of “Admissions without a high School Diploma."
Matriculated students (students who are enrolled in a specific program of study) who have withdrawn from the College, have not been in attendance for one semester or longer, or have graduated from SUNY Broome, must apply for readmission to return as a matriculated student. They do not need to submit high school records again unless they have been separated from Broome for six or more years.
Admission of Ex-Offenders
Applicants to SUNY Broome who have been convicted of a felony must participate in an admission review process. Failure to disclose a felony conviction on the Admissions Application form may result in expulsion from the college. For more information contact the Admissions Office.
Students must submit:
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