Part-Time vs Full-Time Study
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.
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 on-line at home during the regular Fall and Spring semesters. View our ares of study.
Evening Study with On-Line 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 on-line study. View our On-Line 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.