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About MVCC

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Founded in 1946, Mohawk Valley Community College is a public, co-educational, two-year institution. The College is a unit of the sixty-four campus State University of New York System (SUNY). Mohawk Valley Community College promotes student success and community involvement through a commitment to excellence and a spirit of service. MVCC is the largest college between Albany and Syracuse, enrolling approximately 7,400 students. Each year about one-third of Oneida County’s graduating high school seniors attend MVCC, as well as about 1,800 adult students. MVCC students hail from counties in every part of New York State, from states across the country, and from nations around the world.

All Mohawk Valley Community College students benefit from a variety of support services, including on campus housing, assistance in finding suitable off campus housing, health services, academic advising, personal counseling, orientation, multi-cultural and international student services and advisement, transfer services and career counseling. Mohawk Valley Community College students participate in a broad range of activities, clubs and organizations. Both intercollegiate athletics and intramural sports are available to men and women students.
 

Degree/Certificate Goals & Outcomes

History of MVCC

Mission Statement

Statement of Purpose

Structure at MVCC

Vision Statement

We are an Accreditated Institution

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