Cayuga Advantage is a partnership between Cayuga Community College and local school districts to award college credit for college courses taught in secondary school settings to qualified high school students. These courses cover material at the college level, are more challenging and academically rigorous than high school courses, and require greater independence of thought and action. Cayuga Advantage courses are listed as Cayuga Community College courses on academic transcripts without any notation of delivery mode or setting, and are accepted for credit by virtually all SUNY institutions with a final grade of ‘C’ or better. Acceptance of transfer credit by private institutions is determined on a case-by-case basis.

Cayuga Advantage instructors are considered adjunct faculty and are entitled to the same rights and privileges as other CCC adjunct faculty.  Detailed information can be found in the Cayuga Advantage Guide for High School Officials. Direct specific questions to the Cayuga Advantage Program Office.