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Adirondack Community College Data & Information Overview

If you want to know more about Adirondack Community College, such as what majors does it offer, how diverse it is, how well it ranks, and more, this is your one-stop resource. If you're interested in learning more about a particular stat, just click on its tile to go to a new page that covers the topic more in-depth. Also, you can jump to any section of this page by clicking one of the links below.

How Well Is Adirondack Community College Ranked?

2021 Rankings

College Factual analyzes over 2,000 colleges and universities in its annual rankings and ranks them in a variety of ways, including most diverse, best overall quality, best for non-traditional students, and much more.

Adirondack Community College was awarded 3 badges in the 2021 rankings.

Overall Quality

SUNY Adirondack was not ranked in College Factual's 2021 Best Overall Colleges report. This could be for a number of reasons, including lack of data.

See all of the rankings for Adirondack Community College.

Is It Hard to Get Into SUNY Adirondack?

Acceptance Rate

Returning adults and other non-traditional students may appreciate the fact that Adirondack Community College has an open admissions policy. This means that you'll only have to submit basic materials, which may include proof that you completed high school or an equivalent program.

Learn more about Adirondack Community College admissions.

Adirondack Community College Faculty

Student to Faculty Ratio

The student to faculty ratio is often used to estimate how much interaction there is between professors and their students at a college or university. At Adirondack Community College, this ratio is 17 to 1, which is on par with the national average of 15 to 1. That's not bad at all.

Percent of Full-Time Faculty

Another measure that is often used to estimate how much access students will have to their professors is how many faculty members are full-time. The idea here is that part-time faculty tend to spend less time on campus, so they may not be as available to students as full-timers.

The full-time faculty percentage at Adirondack Community College is 38%. This is lower than the national average of 47%.

Full-Time Faculty Percent  38 out of 100

Retention and Graduation Rates at Adirondack Community College

Freshmen Retention Rate

The freshmen retention rate tells us what percentage of first-year, full-time students choose to continue on to their sophomore year at a particular school. The rate at Adirondack Community College is 63%, which is about average when compared to the national rate of 68%.

Freshmen Retention Rate  63 out of 100

Find out more about the retention and graduation rates at Adirondack Community College.

Below Average Overall Diversity at SUNY Adirondack

During the 2017-2018 academic year, there were 3,420 undergraduates at SUNY Adirondack with 1,905 being full-time and 1,515 being part-time.

SUNY Adirondack Diversity Score

When calculating the overall diversity score for a school, College Factual does not just look at the percentage of women and racial-ethnic minorities*. Instead, it looks to see how good of a mixture a school has with regard to gender, ethnicity, age, and location of origin.

The overall diversity score for SUNY Adirondack is 29.43 out of 100. This is below average when compared to other schools in the United States.

Overall Diversity Score  29.43 out of 100
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How Much Does Adirondack Community College Cost?

The overall average net price of SUNY Adirondack is $9,005. The affordability of the school largely depends on your financial need since net price varies by income group. See the table below for the net price for different income groups.

Net Price by Income Group for SUNY Adirondack

$0-30 K $30K-48K $48-75 $75-110K $110K +
$6,940 $8,771 $10,652 $11,927 $13,530

The net price is calculated by adding tuition, room, board and other costs and subtracting financial aid.Note that the net price is typically less than the published for a school. For more information on the sticker price of SUNY Adirondack, see our tuition and fees and room and board pages.

Student Loan Debt

It's not uncommon for college students to take out loans to pay for school. In fact, almost 66% of students nationwide depend at least partially on loans. At SUNY Adirondack, approximately 21% of students took out student loans averaging $4,781 a year. That adds up to $19,124 over four years for those students.

The student loan default rate at SUNY Adirondack is 18.8%. Watch out! This is significantly higher than the national default rate of 10.1%, which means you could have trouble paying back your student loans if you take any out.

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How Much Money Do SUNY Adirondack Graduates Make?

The pay for some majors is higher than others, but on average, students who graduate with a bachelor's degree from SUNY Adirondack make about $31,900 a year during their first few years of employment after graduation. Unfortunately, this is 20% less that the average college graduate's salary of $39,802 per year. However, graduates in your major field may make more.


See which majors at Adirondack Community College make the most money.

Location of Adirondack Community College

Adirondack Community College is a public institution located in Queensbury, New York. SUNY Adirondack is located in a safe and convenient suburb.

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Location of Adirondack Community College

Contact details for SUNY Adirondack are given below.

Contact Details
Address: 640 Bay Rd, Queensbury, NY 12804
Phone: 518-743-2200

Adirondack Community College Majors

Learn more about the majors offered at Adirondack Community College along with which ones have the highest average starting salaries.

Online Learning at SUNY Adirondack

Online learning is becoming popular at even the oldest colleges and universities in the United States. Not only are online classes great for returning adults with busy schedules, they are also frequented by a growing number of traditional students.

In 2017-2018, 908 students took at least one online class at Adirondack Community College. This is an increase from the 883 students who took online classes the previous year.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 908 172
2016-2017 883 171
2015-2016 813 203
2014-2015 805 177
2013-2014 812 152

Learn more about online learning at Adirondack Community College.

Notes and References


*The racial-ethnic minorities count is calculated by taking the total number of students and subtracting white students, international students, and students whose race/ethnicity was unknown. This number is then divided by the total number of students at the school to obtain the racial-ethnic minorities percentage.


More about our data sources and methodologies.

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