Welcome SUNY Adirondack Community College Students
The SUNY Adirondack and Excelsior Articulation and Concurrent Enrollment Agreement for the Nursing Program offers you more.
Make the most of your time and effort as you move forward with your associate degree while in the Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP). This plan provides you with an opportunity to earn your associate degree in nursing at SUNY Adirondack while completing degree requirements toward a Bachelor of Science in nursing with Excelsior's online degree program. Working closely together, both colleges will guide you through the process. Once you graduate with an associate degree from SUNY Adirondack and become a Registered Professional Nurse, you may only need 25-30 credits to complete an Excelsior Bachelor of Science in nursing.
Why is Excelsior the right choice for you?
- We offer special benefits to concurrent enrollment students from partner institutions. Students of partner institutions enjoy special reduced tuition at Excelsior, along with fee waivers, coordinated course sequences, and other benefits.
- We provide a rigorous education. Don't confuse us with our for-profit competitors. Excelsior is an accredited, nonprofit institution, with top-notch faculty and academic degrees that make a real difference in the job market. Our graduates compete on equal terms with graduates from traditional four-year schools.
- We specialize in educating working adults and other nontraditional students. A national leader in adult education for more than 40 years, Excelsior caters to students who need to balance education with jobs, families, and other responsibilities. Our innovative online learning model lets you take courses where and when it's convenient for you.
- We accept more transfer credits than other colleges. We also grant credit for military service, professional training, credit by examination, and many types of real-world experience.
Excelsior College and SUNY Adirondack are partners in promoting student success.
Make sure you let our admissions coordinator know you are with SUNY Adirondack.