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Due to maintenance of our physical plant, ALL IT services will be unavailable starting 4 PM on FRIDAY, MAY 29, including BlackBoard, MyCayuga, and E-mail.

The full website and online Admissions application will also be unavailable during this time.

All IT services will be restored by 8 AM, Monday, June 1. IT will be working to bring services back online as quickly as possible. Status updates will be found at the College web page.

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Campus Closings and Delays

Weather-Related Closings and Delays

The safety of all students and staff is our primary concern in hazardous weather situations. Discussion occurs regularly during the day when a weather emergency potentially could affect College operations.

  • The decision to cancel classes and activities for the day is made by 5:45 a.m.
  • The decision to delay opening a campus is made by 5:45 a.m.
  • The decision to cancel evening classes and activities is made by 4:00 p.m.

Announcements of closings or delays are sent to several media outlets and posted on the College website. Sources for information include:

  • The College website at www.cayuga-cc.edu - the latest information will appear in a bright yellow bar at the top of the homepage
  • Automated messages on the College phone at
    • (315) 255-1743 for the Auburn Campus
    • (315) 592-4143 for the Fulton Campus
  • Local radio stations (may provide more complete information than TV stations)
    • WMBO/WPCX, Auburn
    • WSYR/WYYY, WBBS, Y94FM, WSEN, WFBL, WNTQ, WAQX, FM 91.3, Syracuse
    • WSFW, WLLW, Seneca Falls
    • WRV96.7FM, Oswego
    • WZZZ, Fulton
    • WGVA, WNYR 98.5FM, Geneva
    • WNYR, Rochester
  • Area television stations
  • When an early closing occurs during the day, an e-mail is sent to inform College employees.

 

Non-Weather-Related Closings and Delays

Occasionally, a power outage or other non-weather-related circumstance will necessitate cancellation of classes. In this case, the information will appear first on the College homepage at www.cayuga-cc.edu. If possible (depending on the time of day), information may also be carried on area broadcast stations.