LATEST CAYUGA NEWS
Three faculty and staff members from Cayuga Community College were named recipients of the prestigious SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence for 2017. Instituted in 1972 by the State University of New York, the Chancellor's Award recognizes exceptional contributions to their college/university by dedicated professionals. Recipients must show a markedly strong dedication to their work or scholarship.
“These individuals represent the qualities that characterize excellence and are fine examples of what the College values in all its faculty and staff,” said Dr.
Cayuga Community College is pleased to announce the addition of men’s and women’s cross country to its intercollegiate program. The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) approval is in place, therefore the Cayuga program will begin with the 2017 Fall semester.
Cayuga President Brian M. Durant stated, “We are very excited to be able to add this to our athletic programs and feel it will be a great opportunity for area high school graduates to attend Cayuga and continue their cross
In two free public information sessions, Cayuga Community College is giving families an opportunity to learn more about New York State’s first-in-the-nation program that will grant free SUNY tuition to qualified students. The Excelsior Scholarship will be phased in by New York State over the next three years and will be available this fall for households making up to $100,000 annually; up to $110,000 in 2018, and up to $125,000 in 2019 and beyond.
“The program is designed to help students
The Cayuga Community College Alumni Association is accepting reservations for a motorcoach trip to historic Gettysburg, Pa. This three-day excursion departs Friday morning September 15 and returns Sunday, September 17, 2017. Travel will originate at Cayuga’s campuses at Fulton and Auburn.
This trip requires travelers to be able to cover the substantial distance by foot as well as explore multiple types of terrain.
The tour will be guided by John Lamphere and includes his personalized tour booklet, round-trip motorcoach transportation, battlefield tours, two
Cayuga Community College and the Cayuga County Community College Foundation are pleased to announce a new scholarship program for deserving high school seniors in Cayuga County who show promise for success in college. The Fred L. Emerson Foundation Academic Scholarship program is being made possible by a generous endowment established by the Fred L. Emerson Foundation, of Auburn, New York.
“A college education has never been more important,” stated Anthony Franceschelli, President of the Fred L. Emerson Foundation. “The
Tobias of ancient Greece is exiled from Athens after assaulting the revered playwright Sophocles because Sophocles always wins and Tobias only receives honorable mention. Tobias swears that he will not return to Athens until he has written a play worthy of winning the competition. Accompanied by his wife and children, they find themselves traveling through time with only their cart of belongings. They never know when they go to sleep at night where and when they will wake up the
THE FLIGHT OF JIMMY EAGLESON
JANUARY 30, 2017
AUBURN / 11:00 AM / M319
Student Activities, alongside the Professional Growth Committee, will be offering a series of speakers next semester. Dr. Deblel will discuss his new novel “The Flight Of Jimmy Eagleson,” the first book of his new series.
Jimmy Eagleson is a high-power, high-living lawyer with more money than he can spend, but life isn’t good. His grinding disquiet from empty, stone-cold memories of his father is intensified
Cayuga Community College President Brian M. Durant, Ed.D., announced that at its session on November 17, 2016, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education acted to reaffirm accreditation of the Cayuga Community College with no requirements for a follow-up report. The College first achieved Middle States accreditation in 1965 and has maintained accreditation since its initial review. The next evaluation visit is scheduled for 2024-2025.
In addition to notification of its reaccreditation, the Middle States Commission commended the
Cayuga Community College has announced the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) score of its 2016 nursing class. The most recent graduates of the school’s two-year associate in applied science degree achieved a 100 percent pass rate.
The 2016 class surpassed the state and national average pass rates by 17 and 15 points respectively. Only two programs in New York State have achieved this level of performance. The program’s six-year pass rate is an exceptional 99.3 percent.
The Cayuga class also had a
Cayuga Community College has announced today that they will host an Admissions event exclusively for former ITT Technical Institute students. The event will take place on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 from 6pm-8pm and will be held at the Holiday Inn in Liverpool, NY. The Holiday Inn Syracuse/Liverpool is conveniently located at 441 Electronics Parkway in Liverpool, NY, not far from the ITT Technical Institute campus.
An Admissions Representative will be available during Tuesday’s event to familiarize students with Cayuga