Higher education is now more accessible than ever, and Cayuga Community College provides a variety of opportunities to earn your degree or certificate.



SUNY Cayuga Online is a convenient way to enroll in college-level courses. Many of Cayuga’s degree programs can be completed online. Through Open SUNY, you can take a Cayuga course virtually anywhere, anytime.

SUNY Cayuga Online utilizes Blackboard whose goals are consistent with those at Cayuga. Make learning more desirable, accessible, and meaningful for learners.



11 River Glen Drive
Fulton, NY 13069

Fulton’s state-of-the-art facility features classrooms, labs, student lounge space and event center, college bookstore and a stunning learning commons in the heart of the campus. This facility will enable Cayuga Community College to meet the needs of Oswego County and the surrounding region for years to come.



197 Franklin Street
Auburn, NY 13021

The current site of the Auburn campus has been Cayuga’s home since 1959. The Main Building houses most administrative and student services offices. Art studios, science labs, classrooms, and the Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre are located here as well. The Health-Business-Technical (Tech) Building provides classroom space for nursing, business, criminal justice, and the sciences. A state-of-the-art television studio, the WDWN-FM (89.1) 3,000-watt stereo broadcast facility, interactive video and distance learning classrooms, and faculty offices are located in this building. In addition to the main facilities and resources of the College Library, the Library Building houses the Center for Academic Success, Office of Accessibility Resources, classrooms and faculty offices. Home to the Student Center, college bookstore, and Subway restaurant, Spartan Hall houses classrooms, offices, and courts for basketball, racquetball, and volleyball, a fitness center, weight training room, and locker rooms. The Steenburgh Nature Center is a solar classroom building, and includes laboratory prep facilities and greenhouse. The James T. Walsh Regional Economic Center features classrooms, seminar rooms, and event/reception space. The building is home to the Community Education and Workforce Development Office, offering standard and customized contract training for area employers. Also housed in the Regional Economic Center is space for employment and training programs and Cayuga Works. The Institute for the Application of Geospatial Technology, (IAGT) headquartered in the Regional Economic Center, processes data from NASA satellites and other sources on a contract basis to support regional planning and development.