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Online Degree Programs
Finger Lakes Community College's online degree programs provide a convenient, affordable, and flexible way to reach your academic and career goals. Whether it's one class or a degree program, online courses allow you to choose when, where, and how you receive your education.
Why pursue an online degree?
FLCC offers a wide range of programs online, allowing you to conveniently explore your academic interests and discover a fulfilling career path. All of FLCC's online learning opportunities are fully accredited and offer an engaging educational experience that will help you obtain the knowledge and skills you need to achieve your goals.
Anytime, anywhere learning
Online classes are easy to access and fit into your personal schedule, helping you overcome job, time, and geographic location obstacles.
Independence and flexibility
Students that are successful online learners possess motivation, discipline, and time management skills and are comfortable using a computer and the internet. Many students find that online learning meets their learning style better than in-person courses.
Dedicated, experienced instructors
Faculty that teach our online courses often also teach on-campus courses. They are highly experienced in their field of study, understand the multifaceted needs of students, and care deeply about their success.
A proven solution
FLCC has been selected as one of the premier online learning programs in New York State and is constantly developing new online degree programs to stay at the forefront of in-demand academic opportunities. As an OPEN SUNY Plus campus, our courses and degree programs have gone through a rigorous process to ensure the highest quality education.
Online associate degree programs
Online certificate program
Hybrid programs available at least 50% online
Hybrid courses offer the best of both worlds by combining in-person classroom instruction with online learning activities. In a typical hybrid course, students will attend class on-campus for a limited amount of time during the semester and then complete additional coursework online through the campus course management system. Depending on the course, students may meet once a week or just a few times throughout each semester. Learn more about Hybrid Courses.
Hybrid options include:
Need Help? Contact Us!
If you need assistance as you get started pursuing your online degree at FLCC, do not hesitate to contact our team. We are here to help every step of the way.
Registering for Courses
Visit our Register Online help page or contact the FLCC One Stop Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585)785-1000.
Please note there is an additional fee associated with online courses. Most online courses are regularly available throughout the academic year. You can check the current status of available online courses by calling (585)785-1733.
Online Course Access
If you need assistance gaining access to your course(s), please visit the Open SUNY help page or call 1(844)673-6786 (Open SUNY). The help desk provides support for both online and in-person courses that utilize Blackboard.
Office of Online Learning
We know there is more to being an online student than just coursework. You likely have questions about financial aid and scholarships, student services, building a balanced schedule, transferring credits, and much more.
Not sure where to call to get your questions answered? Contact FLCC's Office of Online Learning at (585)785-1733, and we will help you get the information you need. From that number, you can also connect with many offices across the college as well as the Open SUNY help desk.
Get started on your online degree!
"As a non-traditional student, taking classes online at FLCC has helped ease me back into an educational setting in the comfort of my own home. It has also given me the flexibility of fitting in school around work and family responsibilities."