Get Your Associate's Degree From SUNY Genesee Community College, For Less.
StraighterLine provides high-quality online college courses that are guaranteed to fit into your degree program or certificate program with SUNY Genesee Community College.
With StraighterLine you earn your associate's degree from SUNY Genesee Community College, in the field and ultimately in the career of your choice – in less time, with less stress and with less in student debt.
How It Works
- Choose your courses
Your StraighterLine Advisor will help
you choose the self-paced courses
that you need for your degree.
Get Started & Meet Your Student
Advisor Today: (877) 787-8375
- Credit transfer
Your StraighterLine courses will fit into
your degree program at SUNY Genesee Community College
We’ll even take care of it for you.
- Start at SUNY Genesee Community College
with up to 50% of your degree already completed.
- Get your degree from SUNY Genesee Community College
for less, joining other StraighterLine students on your way to a promotion or better job and pay increase.
About SUNY Genesee Community College
Founded in 1966 as part of the State University of New York (SUNY), Genesee Community College is known for its affordable tuition and its extensive online degrees and courses. GCC enrolls approximately 7,000 students, many of which begin their academic career at GCC and seamlessly transfer their credits toward a bachelor’s or higher degree at another college or university. GCC prioritizes student success through personal attention in small classes and creative learning opportunities using innovative technology.
Click here for a list of all available programs at SUNY Genesee Community College
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“I am grateful to have found the online program at Genesee Community College, which helped start my career effectively,” Kelly said. “I found everyone Genesee to be very helpful and friendly, and while the courses were challenging, I was able to steadily earn my college credit and transfer to SUNY Plattsburgh to finish my Bachelor’s degree.”