$55,000 Grant Supports Student Emergency Fund at Cayuga Community College

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

Alumni Association Annual Gettysburg Tour for 2017

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

November 2016 Weekend Bus Trip to New York City

The Cayuga Community College Alumni Association is booking a weekend bus excursion to New York City on Saturday and Sunday, November 12 & 13, 2016.  The group will be staying at Hampton Inn, Manhattan/Times Square South; a prime location for participants to plan the activities of their choice. Transportation by deluxe motor coach will depart from the college’s Auburn campus at 6:00 a.m. on Saturday. Travelers arrive before noon at The Hampton Inn; located at 337 West 39th St. New

CCC Alumni Association Presents Annual Awards

Four graduates of Auburn/Cayuga Community College have been honored by the College’s Alumni Association at the College’s Commencement Ceremony on May 22. The 2016 Alumni Award recipients are John E. Walsh ’65, Col. Thomas J. Powell, USAF (Retired) ’66, Dr. Brian J. Kelly ’95 and Lori A. Cochran ’05. Alumni Award winner John Walsh’s most visible work, America’s Most Wanted, has helped to capture 1,200 suspects, including individuals on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Lists during its 25-year run. In 2014,

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