LATEST CAYUGA NEWS
Emily Klock (Jordan-Elbridge, NY) and Mauricio Kosegarten (Puebla, Mexico) have been named Spartan Athletes-of-the-Week for the week of September 25, 2017.
Klock, a freshman middle hitter on the women's volleyball team, recorded a total of 39 kills and 16 blocks during the team's two matches this week at Onondaga CC which included a regular-season, mid-week Mid-State Athletic Conference match on Wednesday, followed by the NJCAA Region III Pod also hosted by Onondaga. She has provided a solid presence at
The “Presidential Scholars Transfer Program” will provide guaranteed admission and continued financial assistance to any Cayuga Presidential Scholarship recipient who wishes to attend nearby Wells College.
Cayuga President Brian Durant and Wells College President Jonathan Gibralter have signed a formal agreement that will allow Cayuga Presidential Scholars to be guaranteed admission to Wells College and to receive a President’s Award at Wells worth a minimum of $22,000 annually for up to four years.
The Cayuga-Wells Presidential Scholars transfer agreement provides a
The Spartans men’s soccer team did what few have done over the past two decades – go to Herkimer and defeat the perennial national powerhouse. Cayuga beat the undefeated and #2 nationally ranked Herkimer Generals 3-2 in a well-played NJCAA Region III game on Saturday.
The Spartans struck first in the early minutes on a goal by freshman Grant Stamp (Swansea, Wales). The Generals scored the equalizer to make it 1-1 before Cayuga’s Paul Coyle (Glasgow, Scotland)
Paul Coyle (Glasgow, Scotland) scored three goals in the team’s win over Mid-State Conference foe Finger Lakes CC. The sophomore team captain has been a major factor in helping control the Spartan midfield during the first half of the season and has rebounded nicely coming back from a knee injury suffered before the start of the 2016 campaign.
After taking the 2016-17 academic year off, returning sophomore Cheyenne Rivenburg (Little Falls, NY) has brought back stability in the
Cayuga Community College officials are pleased to announce that the ribbon cutting for the Occupational Therapy Assistants Lab (OTA) on the Fulton campus located at 11 River Glen Drive in Fulton, NY has been scheduled for Wednesday, September 27, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. The ceremony will take place right outside the OTA Lab for the ribbon cutting, followed by a tour of the facility. A reception in the new OTA Lab will follow.
The creation of the Occupational Therapy Assistants Lab
The Spartan men’s soccer continued their winning ways with a compelling 3-0 win against an undefeated Broome CC team who is ranked #2 team in Region III. Goals came from Mikel Abando (Bilbao, Spain), Alejandro Blazquez (Madrid, Spain), and Grant Stamp (Swansea, Wales). Blasquez also had two assists, and Stamp added one assist to his name. Goalkeeper Konrad Pawlowski (Humble, TX) made some key saves behind the strong Spartan defensive unit.
The Spartans move to
The latest version of our mobile application is now available. Cayuga Mobile 2.0 helps students stay connected to Cayuga Community College like never before. Completely rewritten, students have access to great features that make their Cayuga experience more productive, more efficient, and more fun. The new mobile app is a complete rewrite of the mobile application for Cayuga Community College. Students can now access their class schedule, grades, and staff directory. More to come later this Fall semester. Features include:
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Cross-Country has returned to Cayuga after a 20-year hiatus, and newly appointed head coach Toni Giannettino is excited and honored to be working with both the men's and women's team this year. We are starting out the season with four men and three women, all incoming freshmen. We will welcome new runners to the team through the beginning part of the season as word spreads around campus that Cross Country is back. The team has been working hard at practice,
To enhance the current portfolio of degree programs that can be completed entirely online, Cayuga Community College now offers a new Event & Tourism Management A.A.S. degree starting in Fall 2017. This program prepares students for entry-level careers in convention centers, destination marketing organizations (DMO)/tourism promotion agencies (TPA), visitor centers, cruise lines, inns, non-profit organizations, and hotels. Possible careers include event coordinator, conference planner, destination marketing specialist, tour operator, travel promoter, travel guide, and visitor center coordinator.
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Keiko comes to the College with a strong background in academic affairs holding various administrative and teaching positions in the United States, Japan and Chile.
“We are excited to have someone with Dr. Kimura’s experience oversee the Fulton campus and serve as our lead representative in Oswego County,” said Dr. Brian Durant, President of Cayuga. Dr. Kimura offered, “I am thrilled and honored at the opportunity to be a part of the Cayuga community. During the interview process, I met so