#15390 Overall Influence

Fulton–Montgomery Community College

Fulton–Montgomery Community College Rankings

From Wikipedia

Fulton–Montgomery Community College is a public community college in Johnstown, New York. It is part of the State University of New York and serves Fulton and Montgomery counties. The college offers 45 degree and certificate programs, 30 campus clubs, and is a member of the NJCAA, offering Division III sports in basketball, soccer, baseball, softball and volleyball. In 2013, new dorms were added to the campus to serve local and out-of-town students.

Source: Wikipedia

Admissions

What does this school look for?

Graduation Rate

33%

Costs

How much does it cost to attend?

Tuition (in-state)

$5,040

Fees (in-state)

$678

After Graduation

Averages for 10 years after enrolling

Avg Earnings

$35,400

Employed

83%

Campus Life

What's it like to attend this school?

The People

Full time on-campus stats

Student Body

1K

Under-Grads

1K

The Campus

Where will you be attending?

Location

2805 State Hwy 67, Johnstown NY 12095-3790

What is Fulton–Montgomery Community College known for?

Our answer to this is to show you the disciplines in which a school's faculty and alumni have had the highest historical influence. A school may be influential in a discipline even if they do not offer degrees in that area. We've organized two lists to show where they are influential and offer corresponding degrees, and where they are influential through scholarship although they don't offer degrees in the disciplines.

Top areas of influence with degrees offered

#14861 World Rank
Education
#12892 World Rank
Medical
#11163 World Rank
Computer Science

Other areas of influence

#7140 World Rank
Earth Sciences
#9291 World Rank
Biology
#9553 World Rank
Religious Studies
#10097 World Rank
Business
#11022 World Rank
History
#11591 World Rank
Chemistry
#12413 World Rank
Physics
#13575 World Rank
Political Science
#16190 World Rank
Engineering

Influential People

Who are Fulton–Montgomery Community College's Most influential alumni?

Carolyn Muessig