Admission to Columbia-Greene Community College is determined without regard to race, color, creed, sex, national origin or disability of applicants. Individuals must apply to a specific program of study and meet all of the entrance requirements for that program.
Some academic programs, such as Nursing, Automotive Technology and Human Services have specific technical/professional standards and licensing requirements. Students should contact those departments before applying for admission in order to make an appropriate choice of career.
Accommodations for the admission process such as, but not limited to, sign language interpreters and materials in alternative formats, are available upon request.
Students may voluntarily identify themselves as having a disability by checking the appropriate box on the Columbia-Greene Community College application. To receive accommodations, however, the student must also meet with the Director of The Office of Accessibility Services and present documentation of his or her disability.