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A new certificate program launching this fall at Cayuga Community College will emphasize hands-on training and prepare students for a career in the burgeoning field of manufacturing.
Available exclusively at the college’s Fulton Campus starting in the Fall 2018 semester, the Industrial Maintenance Technology Certificate program (IMT) will train students in mechanical and electrical installation and repair work, and students who complete the program will be prepared to work as a member of an industrial maintenance team.
“There’s an intense demand for
Cayuga Community College recently inducted 33 students into Phi Theta Kappa, an honor society recognizing students for academic success and integrity. The induction ceremony was held at Cayuga’s Auburn Campus, where family, friends, and faculty gathered to celebrate the students. Professor Teresa Hoercher, the guest speaker for the ceremony, applauded students for their dedication and told them “it was a time to celebrate your academic achievement, your campus and community involvement, your commitments to social justice and humanitarian efforts.” CONTINUE READING...
AUBURN — An award-winning author residing in Central New York will visit Cayuga Community College’s campuses this spring, holding public readings from several of her stories and discussing writing techniques with students.
Lena Bertone, the author of two books and currently a writing professor at SUNY Polytechnic Institute, will visit the Auburn Campus on April 30 and the Fulton Campus on May 2 after students in the Cayuga Creative Writing Club asked her to visit the college. Events both days are
AUBURN — The Theatre Association of New York State applauded Cayuga Community College’s Harlequin Productions and its recent performances of “Alice in Black and White,” recognizing the cast and director with three awards for its showcase about a famous photographer.
Harlequin Productions’ performances of “Alice in Black and White” explored the life story of photojournalist Alice Austen, whose work and personal life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries defied society’s expectations of women. The play, authored by Robin
AUBURN — Cayuga Community College’s Nursing Program remains one of the best programs training registered nurses in New York State, according to an online nursing advocacy organization.
In comprehensive rankings released Monday by RegisteredNursing.org, Cayuga’s Nursing Program received a score of 98.77 percent, placing it third on the list of programs across New York State. This is the second straight year RegisteredNursing.org has rated Cayuga’s program among the best in the state.
“Nursing is a rigorous and challenging program of
ALBANY — Students enrolled part-time in a SUNY or CUNY community college now have an opportunity to apply for tuition awards through a New York State higher education scholarship program.
Launched with the 2017-2018 school year, the New York State Part-time Scholarship Award Program offers tuition assistance to students taking at least 6 credits but fewer than 12 credits per semester. Students are eligible for tuition awards for a maximum of four consecutive academic semesters.
“The New York State Part-time Scholarship Award
ALBANY — Two Cayuga Community College sophomores have received the 2018 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence, a prominent honor recognizing students for their work inside and outside the classroom.
Receiving the award Tuesday at a ceremony in Albany, Cayuga students Glyn Davenport and Mitchell Phillips were praised for their stalwart academic performances and their extensive efforts helping other students and the surrounding communities.
The Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence is issued to students with stellar academic histories who also
Cayuga Community College now has additional resources to help students ride out unforeseen financial hardships and emergencies. Students can apply for grants to help cover unexpected expenses, which will allow them to return to their academics as quickly as possible, with the goal of keeping more students on track toward graduation.
Donations from the Gerstner Family Foundation and the Heckscher Foundation for Children support the Student Emergency Grant program at Cayuga that is part of a SUNY pilot program
Cayuga Community College has announced the hiring of Auburn native TJ Gamba as its head baseball coach. Gamba and the Spartan staff will immediately start recruiting for baseball, which will begin play officially in the Spring of 2019. The College recently announced a partnership with the City of Auburn for the use of Falcon Park that is the current home of the Auburn Doubledays minor league baseball team.
Gamba has a wealth of playing and coaching experience that will be very
Cayuga Community College and the Cayuga County Community College Foundation are proud to announce its 44th Annual Holiday Craft Fair. This year’s event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, December 2, 2017, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, December 3, 2017. The event, held in the College’s Spartan Hall, Student Lounge, and other locations throughout the College, is free and open to the public.
More than 150 craftspeople from throughout the Northeast will