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Registration now open for Spring 2018 Pre-Collegiate Studies session at SUNY Erie

Article by: Michael Farrell

SUNY Erie Community College’s “Pathways to Success” Pre-Collegiate Studies Program has begun its Spring 2018 session, and registration is now open for those looking to enroll.

SUNY Erie’s Pre-Collegiate Studies Program provides free 10-week, non-credit instruction for adults planning to start college, but aren’t ready academically or need to improve their math, reading and ESL (English as a Second Language) skills before taking the SUNY Erie placement test. In addition to college reading, writing and mathematics sessions, the program also includes individual assistance with financial aid, career exploration and the College’s application process.

Courses are available at convenient times at all three SUNY Erie campuses, located in Williamsville, Buffalo and Orchard Park. In addition, classes are available at the Buffalo City Mission, located at 100 E. Tupper St., Buffalo. All classes meet for three hours, two days per week for 10 weeks. 

To qualify, students must be at least 17 years old and possess a high school diploma or equivalency. For more information, call (716) 851-1109.

Since 1946, Erie Community College has met the needs of a diverse student body while contributing to the economic vitality of Western New York. As a member of the state’s SUNY system, the three-campus college provides flexible, affordable and accessible educational programs in an accommodating academic environment. Equipped with the knowledge of these programs, ECC’s faculty, staff and students strive to enrich their host communities through skill, service and partnership. For more information, visit www.ecc.edu or call (716) 851-1ECC.