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Please note: If you are an International Student, you should be in contact with Arlene Spencer, Director of International Students & ESL Programs at (518) 762-4651 ext. 7-4750 or e-mail her at intl@fmcc.suny.edu.

Application for Admission – Policies and Procedures

Applications for admission are accepted on a continuous basis and should be received by the office prior to the start of classes. Students who have previously applied or attended Fulton-Montgomery Community College should contact the Admissions Office directly for specific directions on completing the re-admission process. The process for applying is as follows:

  1. All applicants must submit a completed Fulton-Montgomery Community College Application for Admission.
  2. Applicants must submit an official, final high school transcript, with proof of graduation, to the Admissions Office at the time of application.
  3. Applicants who possess a General Equivalency Diploma (GED), must submit a copy of the diploma and score report prior to the start of the semester.
  4. Transfer students, if they wish to transfer in college credits earned form other institutions, must submit official college transcripts directly to the Office of the Registrar.

The student will be notified of acceptance to the College through written correspondence. An official acceptance will be conditional upon successful submission of the above-required documents.

Felony Conviction and Academic Dismissal information is requested and required on the application for admission. If the applicant indicates the affirmative answer on either of these questions, he/she will be subject to a review process. Fulton-Montgomery Community College complies with the State University of New York Admission Policy for Ex-offenders. Failure to disclose a felony conviction prior to or after admission may result in expulsion from the College. Failure to disclose a disciplinary dismissal may also result in expulsion from the College.