Cayuga Community College Announces Ribbon Cutting for Advanced Manufacturing Institute

Cayuga Community College officials are pleased to announce that the ribbon cutting for the Advanced Manufacturing Institute (AMI) on the Auburn Campus has been scheduled for Thursday, January 7, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. In addition, the dedication of the new Plastics Laboratory in honor of Raymond Currier, Founder of Currier Plastics will take place. The ceremony will begin in the Student Lounge and move to the AMI building for the ribbon cutting and dedication. A reception in the Student Lounge

SUNY Selects Cayuga Community College to Receive $65,000 Grant for Occupational Therapy Assistant Training Program

Cayuga Community College officials are pleased to announce that the school has been awarded a SUNY High Needs Grant for their Occupational Therapy Assistant program. The grant, in the amount of $65,000, is designed to support workforce needs in New York State. CCC President Brian Durant said, “Healthcare remains one of the strongest industries in Central New York. And our ability to deliver an Occupational Therapy Assistant program demonstrates the College’s commitment to align learning, credentialing, and workforce needs.” The grant is

Students are Guaranteed Seamless Transfer of Credits To and From All SUNY Campuses

The State University of New York, with 64 campuses including Cayuga Community College, says that starting with the 2015 – 2106 academic year, they’ll have the most comprehensive seamless transfer policy in the country. That means students will be able to move credits to and from any campus in the SUNY system when they transfer from, for example, a SUNY community college to a four-year campus or university center. “This initiative takes on special importance at Cayuga Community College as we

College Foundation Announces New Executive Director

The Cayuga County Community College Foundation announced today that it has selected Guy Thomas Cosentino as its new Executive Director. Mr. Cosentino is the former Executive Director of the Stardust Foundation of Central New York as well as the Stardust Entrepreneurial Institute. David Contiguglia, the President of the Foundation said: “Mr. Cosentino has extensive foundation and not-for-profit experience within our region and New York State. As a former director of the Foundation, he is acutely aware of the importance of its

CiTi, Cayuga Partner as Center for Career and Community Education

Adult learners in Oswego County have new options to explore when it comes to pursuing an education, thanks to a partnership between the Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation (CiTi) and Cayuga Community College. The two entities have united as the Center for Career and Community Education, which offers extensive programs to a variety of learners. The offerings are designed to provide adults with noncredit programming in career and professional development, adult literacy, corporate training and leisure learning. According to Carla DeShaw,

Harlequin Productions of Cayuga Community College Presents Losing Our Heads: The Guillotine Play

Harlequin Productions of Cayuga Community College is proud to present the World Premiere production of playwright Nina Mansfield’s Losing Our Heads: The Guillotine Play, March 5-7, 2015 and then again March 12-14, 2015. All performances are at 8 PM in the Irene A. Bisgrove Community Theatre at the College. Admission is $7 for General and $2 for students and will be available at the door. Suggested audiences ages are middle school and above. When approached for permission to produce her new

SUNY Presidents Ask State Legislature to “Step Up and Invest in SUNY”

SUNY Leaders Call for Continued Bold Leadership, Support for Local Colleges from Legislators Investment Fund would Support Goal of 150,000 SUNY Graduates Annually SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The leadership from every State University of New York (SUNY) campus in the Central New York area today called on local legislative leaders to continue their bold leadership in supporting New York's public higher education sector by creating a new Investment Fund and extending NYSUNY 2020 – including the broadly successful rational tuition policy – in

Cayuga Holding Open House at Fulton Campus on March 14 and Auburn Campus on March 21

The Cayuga Community College Office of Admissions will host an open house at each of its two campuses in March. The Fulton Campus event will be held on Saturday, March 14, 10 a.m. – noon, at 11 River Glen Dr. in Fulton. The Auburn Campus open house will follow on Saturday, March 21, 10 a.m. – noon, at 197 Franklin St. in Auburn. These events are open to prospective students, parents and community members and will showcase information about the College's

Cayuga Community College Selected as a Top School in Military Advanced Education’s 2015 Guide to Colleges & Universities

Military Friendly Logo 2015 Military Advanced Education (MAE) has awarded Cayuga Community College the designation of a Top School in its 2015 MAE Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran education. The Guide was (will be) released in the December issue of MAE, and is (will be) available online at The Guide presents results of a questionnaire of the military-supportive policies enacted at more than 600

The Cayuga Community College Foundation Brings Syracuse Native and Documentary Filmmaker Eileen Jerrett To Campus as The Brunell Visiting Scholar

Jerrett graduated in 1999 from Mexico High School. Her background in film production started at Cayuga Community College, where she received dual degrees in film and telecommunications before moving to Toronto to pursue her bachelor's in film production at Ryerson University. Now a resident of Seattle, Jerrett returned to Auburn last December for a screening of her seventh and most extensive piece, a feature-length documentary that follows the rewriting of Iceland's constitution after an economic collapse in 2008. Throughout the