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University Center at Cayuga

Cayuga students can now complete bachelor and master degrees on the Auburn campus. Our partnerships with both private and SUNY colleges can offer the location and scheduling convenience you need to continue your higher education. A variety of instructional formats are offered and program completion time varies. Job and family responsibilities can be balanced while you are earning the post-secondary degree you want.


  • The Greater Rochester Collaborative:
    Master of Social Work Program
    This unique partnership between the SUNY College at Brockport and Nazareth College of Rochester offers affordable and convenient degree completion pathways for students with bachelor degrees who seek to complete a Masters of Social Work degree. The program is offered part-time, evenings on Cayuga's Auburn campus.


Our Partner’s Degree Programs

  • Excelsior College
    Bachelor’s Degrees
    You can now extend your studies at Cayuga and earn a bachelors degree in Accounting, Business, Management Information Systems, or Information Technology. You can transfer your complete associate degree in Business Administration or Computer Information Systems. You will then take an additional 30-32 credits with Cayuga (in-class or online) and then earn the final 20 or 21 credits on-line with Excelsior College.
  • Keuka College Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP):
    Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees
    Keuka College offers its Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP) at Cayuga Community College’s Auburn campus to meet the needs of busy working adults. Students attend classes one night each week, taking one course at a time.
  • SUNY Empire State College (Auburn unit):
    Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees
    Students can earn a State University of New York bachelor’s degree through Empire State College (ESC) by doing independent study at the Cayuga campus. Cayuga students can plan an ESC bachelor’s degree in coordination with their Cayuga Community College associate’s degree.