Many students decide to attend FLCC on a full-time basis, while others find that part-time study enables them to more effectively juggle the demands of school, work, and family.
Part-Time vs Full-Time Study
Every program at FLCC can be pursued on a full-time or part-time schedule. In general, part-time study takes about twice as long as full-time study. You don't have to commit to full-time or part-time study for your entire time at FLCC; you can decide on a semester-by-semester basis whether you'd like to create a part-time or full-time schedule for that term.
If responsibilities prevent you from completing a two-year degree with a traditional week-day studies schedule, consider these options for part-time evening and on-line study:
Complete a degree program or certificate at your own pace. Study on-campus in the evenings, and/or online at home during the regular Fall and Spring semesters. View our areas of study.
Evening Study with Online Options
Gain extra scheduling flexibility through these programs which allow you to complete at least 50% of a degree’s requirements through the convenience of online study. View our Online Degree Programs.
Continuing on to a Four-Year Degree?
If you are considering the above study options as the first step to a four-year degree, there are similar convenient options for a busy adult which allow you to add a Bachelor’s degree to your FLCC Associate’s Degree.
You can stay at FLCC after obtaining your Associate’s degree to complete your Bachelor’s degree through one of our education partners: Empire State College, Keuka College, or Medaille College. There is even the option of entirely on-line study through the SUNY Learning Network (SLN).
Looking for more information about articulation and transfer agreements we have with other colleges? Check out our Transfer Agreements web page.