Who We Are

Who We Are

As the only public college located in the Adirondack Park, we offer educational, cultural and recreational programs and experiences to a 3,500 square mile service area with 90,000 inhabitants. Each year, students enroll at our three locations in Saranac Lake, Malone, and Ticonderoga from every region of New York, New England, and countries around the world. We are proud to offer a progressive and individualized education to suit degrees, certifications and foundational credits along with and individual experience.. Living and learning here provides our students with the benefit of attending one of State University of New York’s most unique colleges.

Mission Statement
North Country Community College provides an exceptional learning and community building experience for all who seek it—challenging and supporting all individuals in their educational and personal growth.

We embrace the following values as guides to how we act individually, and collectively:

• Honest, open and timely communication
• Shared Governance
• Mutual respect for Diversity and Individuality
• Accountability and Integrity
• Openness to Change
• Transparency
• Intellectual Curiosity

Find your place and explore all that we have to offer…a rich Olympic heritage, vibrant arts community, recreation and nature, The Power of SUNY, and quality hands-on education at a price you can afford.


DID YOU KNOW…?
North Country was the official college of the 1980 Olympics.
NCCC was ranked 22nd overall and 1st for New York State in Washington Monthly’s 2010 list of America’s 50 Best Community Colleges.