Academically sound senior high school students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible to take college courses. Students must meet all prerequisites for each course as described in the Handbook. If a course requires eligibility to enroll in ENGL 1010 (College Composition I), students must demonstrate proficiency through a means approved by the Department of English, or they need to complete the basic skills assessment in reading and writing through an Accuplacer assessment. Students that have taken a minimum of 12 ACE credits and have maintained a minimum of a 3.5 cumulative GPA are eligible to become members of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
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Tuition – $54.00 per credit hour.
Additional tuition charge for students who have not submitted proof of residency is $165.00 per credit hour.
ACE students may obtain a College ID from the Student Activities /Public Safety Office once their tuition for the semester is paid.
All students are billed an In-State Tuition Charge.
If you do not have a valid Certificate of Residence on file or if you do not qualify for New York State residency you will be charged an additional Out of State Tuition Charge. If you qualify for New York State residency, but have not yet applied for a certificate, you would need to complete the multi-part Certificate of Residence form. Instructions for completion are printed on the backside of the form. Notaries are available in Student Administrative Services. A College representative may be visiting your school for assistance with this form. Please check with your guidance office for more information. Upon completion of the residency form, you may deduct the Out of State tuition charge from the total due on your bill. The Certificate of Residence must be completed and returned to Student Accounts by your billing due date.
Student Conduct / Academic Honesty
The rules of the host high school should be followed in non-academic behavioral misconduct situations. However, in cases involving academic misconduct, particularly academic dishonesty, the College’s regulations should prevail.
The following excerpt is taken from “Academic Policies and Procedures” section of the CCC Course Catalog, “Code of Student Conduct” on page 169:
“The principles of integrity, respect and ethical behavior are long standing traditions at CCC. It is expected that all students will recognize these values and adhere to all aspects of student conduct and academic honesty inside and outside of the classroom. The act of academic dishonesty is one in which a student is trying to gain an unfair academic advantage or is avoiding actions required by a course, which have been designated to improve some aspect of the student’s education. Knowingly and willfully aiding or collaborating with a student in the violation of an Academic Honesty policy, even if not personally committing any violation is considered academic dishonesty.”
For examples of academic honesty violations, see Student Code of Conduct: Academic Honesty in the course catalog or student handbook.
Success in courses is directly related to attendance. Regular attendance in class and laboratory sessions is expected of all students; however, instructors determine student attendance requirements for their courses. These attendance requirements, along with their relationship to final grades, should be clearly stated in the course syllabus. Attendance will only be considered in the final grade of a student when individual participation is deemed necessary for meeting course objectives.
If you were a student in the fall of 2003 or after, you can log into your pipeline account and request a transcript there. Once you are logged in you would,
Click on the Student tab, Then on My Banner Links, Student and Financial Aid, Student Records, Request Printed Transcript. The first page that pops up you can click on Look up College Code and it will pull in all the college information. You can also put in the name of the college or person your transcript is going to in the line that is labeled “Issued to”. If you chose a college, on the second page the address information will pull in if you typed in a name in "Issued to" you would need to fill in the address you want the transcript sent to. If it is a SUNY college you need to choose the GETA instead of Official from the drop down arrow in line one. Continue on through and at the end click on submit.
If you were a student before fall of 2003 a transcript request must be in writing with your signature. The request needs to include your name, social security number, the years attended, the complete mailing address you want the transcript sent to and your signature. The request can be faxed to 607-962-9520 or mailed to Corning Community College, Transcript Request, One Academic Drive, Corning, NY 14830. There is no charge for a transcript. It does take 2 to 3 days to process a request. An official copy needs to be mailed.
Certificate of Residency
All students are billed an In-State Tuition Rate. If a student does not have a valid “Certificate of Residence” on file or if he or she does not qualify for New York State residency, he or she will be billed an additional Out-of-State Tuition Charge. If a student qualifies for New York State residency but has not yet applied for a certificate, he or she needs to complete the “Certificate of Residence” form. Instructions for completion are printed on the backside of the form. Notaries are available in Student Administrative Services. A College representative may visit the school for assistance with this form. Students should check with their guidance office for more information. Upon completion of the residency form, students may deduct the Out-of-State tuition charge from the total due on the bill. The “Certificate of Residence” must be completed and returned to Student Accounts by the billing due date.
Tuition for the ACE Program is currently set at $53.00 per credit hour. An additional tuition charge for students who have not submitted proof of residency is $165.00 per credit hour. ACE students may obtain a College ID from the Student Activities /Public Safety Office once their tuition for the semester is paid.
Honor Society: Phi Theta Kappa
ACE students are eligible to become members of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. Eligibility is based on completion of 12 credit hours of associate degree course work and a cumulative 3.5 GPA. It is organized on three levels. 1) local (student becomes a member at a two-year college), 2) regional (29 regions nationwide with information at www.ptk.org/regions), and 3) international (more than two million members and 1,200 chapters located worldwide.)
For more information contact the Advisor, Dave Rockwell at 607-962-9389 or email@example.com
Honor's Program at CCC
The Honors Program at CCC offers motivated high school graduates the opportunity to sharpen their research skills, broaden their knowledge across disciplines, and create unique projects tailored to their specific career goals and academic interests while collaborating with other students and in cooperation with faculty. In pursuit of academic excellence, students are challenged critically, creatively, and in divergent ways.
Students can earn an Honors diploma by completing fifteen credits of Honors courses (including two Honors Forums and a combination of specialized Honors courses and seminars, independent study work, specialized research, or special projects) while maintaining a 3.5 GPA. Students who maintain a 3.5 GPA or its equivalent are eligible to take Honors courses, either toward an Honors diploma or to simply enhance their academic work across disciplines. While a 3.5 GPA is necessary for membership in the Honors Program, students with a 3.2 GPA are eligible to take Honors courses but will require a letter of recommendation from a faculty member. Interested students should contact the Honors coordinator.
MyCCC is an online service for Students, Faculty and Staff. Students have easy access to online services including requesting official transcripts, getting final grades, degree evaluations, and accessing library resources. Students need their student ID (C number) to log in. Call 607-962-9140 to request that information.
Office of Academic Outreach
Kim Perkins, Director of Academic Outreach: firstname.lastname@example.org
Debbie Sanford, Technical Assistant: email@example.com
1 Academic Drive, Corning, NY 14830