Fulton County Center for Regional Growth

Fulton County Center for Regional Growth

34 West Fulton Street
Gloversville, NY 12078
P: +1 518-725-7700 x101


Fulton Montgomery Community College is a force behind improving educational attainment in the Region and a draw for the Fulton County students seeking their Associates Degree.

With 3,000 students and 40 degree and certificate programs including IT related programs, numerous health care degrees, a new clean-­‐ room, automated manufacturing lab, and high-­‐tech patient simulators, FMCC develops tailor made programs to train students in high tech fields.

Within a one­‐hour drive of Fulton County are fifteen colleges and universities and five community colleges, including the College of Nanoscale Science & Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), SUNY Albany, and the Albany College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. These renowned colleges and universities provide trained and skilled labor to businesses in the Region.


Increase in Students Earning Associates Degrees: 26%
Increase in Students Earning Bachelors Degrees: 13%
Increase in Students Earning Graduate and Professional Degrees: 32%

Education and Workforce Partnership Efforts

Entrepreneurial Training

The Fulton County Center for Regional Growth (CRG) business training program is open to all members of the community. The cost will be an eligible expense of micro enterprise grant funds. A training program syllabus includes a general overview of business; accounting, taxes, and finance; marketing and e-commerce; and development of a business plan.

Pathways in Technology