Genesee Promise Plus Scholarship
Genesee Promise Plus is a special program designed specifically for June high school students who are graduating from a high school located in Genesee, Livingston, Orleans and Wyoming counties in New York State. Under Genesee Promise Plus, every GLOW area June high school graduate will receive a scholarship covering the cost of tuition for one or two summer courses beginning in July offered by Genesee Community College at any of its seven campus locations in Albion, Arcade, Batavia, Dansville, Lima, Medina, and Warsaw.
Scholarship Application deadline: Middle of June - please refer to GCC website for specific dates
Early registration is recommended.
Contact the Campus Center nearest you or go to:
- Albion, 456 West Avenue / 585-589-4936
- Arcade, 25 Edward Street / 585-492-5265
- Batavia, One College Road / 585-345-6800 (Main Campus)
- Dansville, 9221 Robert Hart Drive / 585-335-7820
- Lima, 7285 Gale Road/ 585-582-1226
- Medina, 11470 Maple Ridge Road / 585-798-1688
- Warsaw, 115 Linwood Avenue / 585-786-3010
Genesee Community College (GCC)
Albion students can elect to take college courses right in high school, taught by their own teachers, who are certified by the local community college. The college credit is offered through Genesee Community College at a discounted rate. Students can choose from a full menu of courses including, English, European History, Calculus, US History, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Computer Aided Drafting, English Literature, Psychology, Sociology and Public Speaking. As a result, students are better prepared for college, and most colleges and universities will accept the transfer credit.
SUNY Brockport's 3-1-3 Program
SUNY Brockport's 3-1-3 program lets high school seniors earn up to 30 credits toward their first year of a bachelor's degree before they become full-time college students. Students take a combination of SUNY Brockport-approved high school courses and first-year classes at the college. The cost of the Brockport courses is discounted by 50% under this program. Students may transfer their credits to any college in the SUNY system, as well as many private colleges.