Cayuga is one of the most affordable colleges in New York State at $187 per credit for NYS residents. View our schedule of classes to see our course offerings.
Cayuga’s open, rolling admissions process enables students to apply anytime. Completed applications, including final high school transcript or official GED are normally processed within one week of submission.APPLY NOW
REGISTER FOR FALL ORIENTATION
Register now for Fall Orientation. Learn information about campus policies, programs, and services. Students who attend orientation meet faculty, staff, and fellow students, and gain useful insight that can help in their academic pursuits.REGISTER FOR ORIENTATION
ADMISSIONS OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, November 5 – Fulton
Saturday, November 12 – Auburn
Tour the campus, meet with faculty, learn about degree programs, athletics, clubs, scholarships, financial aid, and find out how to pay for college. If you have any questions please call (866) 598-8883. You can also e-mail email@example.com.REGISTER FOR OPEN HOUSE
Consistent with our desire to provide an environment that facilitates learning, Cayuga’s academic programs are grouped in schools that offer students the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors and peers. Schools bring cohesion to academic programs, enabling students to bond and form friendships that last a lifetime.VIEW ACADEMIC SCHOOLS & PROGRAMS
ATHLETICS AT CAYUGA
Cayuga’s Spartans compete in the Mid-State Athletic Conference, with NJCAA Division III teams in men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, bowling, golf, men’s lacrosse, women’s volleyball and women’s softball. Our coaches are committed to developing student-athletes for success on and off the court and playing field.
The Spartans captured their first ever NJCAA Region III Men’s Soccer title in 2014 and finished third place overall in the NJCAA National Tournament.SPARTAN ATHLETICS ONLINE
FULL TUITION PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
These full tuition scholarships are awarded to students who graduate in the top 20 percent of their high school class based on their academic performance. Students must be from school districts affiliated with Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES or CiTi (Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation) who are first-time, full-time enrollees to college (including Cayuga Advantage Students). Red Creek, Tyburn Academy, and Union Springs Academy students are also eligible.