Campus and Community Resources
Student Resource Guide
An overview of information, resources, and contact information regarding the Spring 2021 semester and current operating status of the College.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Under federal law, college students between the ages of 18 and 49 who are attending an institution of higher education at least half-time may be eligible to receive food assistance through SNAP benefits, if they meet certain criteria.
SUNY CCC Assistance Program
Free, confidential support for students and their families - contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to set up an appointment.
- Anxiety Talk will now take place in the Triangle Lounge on Thursdays at 6pm.
- Mindful Mondays continue to meet in the Triangle Lounge on Mondays at 7pm.
Public transportation is available to and from the SUNY CCC campus, and our other locations. Save on bus fare by purchasing a SUNY CCC semester pass from the College store!
Steuben County Temporary Assistance
Cash assistance program based on income and resources. Assistance can be issued on an on-going basis or to meet an emergency need for housing or heat/utilities.
The 211 Helpline provides a comprehensive information service that is designed to assist all segments of the general population. 2-1-1 HELPLINE manages a database of community resources consisting of health and human service providers, nonprofits, educational programs, support & civic groups, and local, city, and county services for a five-county area.