Sullivan County Community College (SCCC) is a small, two-year college located on a 405-acre rural campus in the scenic Catskill Mountains, less than two hours outside of New York City. Part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, SCCC is known for its affordable academic excellence with a personal touch. The college offers a variety of associate degree and certificate programs, as wel...l as continuing education and specialty courses, on-campus and through its distance learning program. Areas of study include some of today’s hottest careers such as environmental science, culinary and pastry arts, nursing, education, construction technology and electrical trades. SCCC’s small class size means students receive the personal attention and mentoring they deserve. Faculty and staff are dedicated to student learning and development, having won numerous awards for educational excellence. Going “green” has taken on new meaning at SCCC, which already has a geo-thermal system in place to provide heat and air conditioning. The college is planning to erect wind turbines to serve as a renewable energy source for the college community. In addition, SCCC is at the forefront of sustainable learning with an exciting and collaborative new partnership. The college – working together with the County of Sullivan, the Town of Fallsburg and the Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development – has unveiled plans for a new, state-of-the-art Center for Advanced Sciences and Technology (CAST) building and Green Technology Commercial Park. These facilities are intended to promote the use of renewable and efficient technologies through education, training, workforce development, project facilitation and business development. In addition to our green initiatives, SCCC has a variety of clubs, activities and cultural events to choose from. Among these is a dedicated athletics program that includes both intramural and intercollegiate sports. In fact, the SCCC Generals men’s basketball team has the distinction of being named the 2007 NJCAA Division III National Champs, after racking up a perfect 32-0 season.