LATEST CAYUGA NEWS
Cayuga Celebrates Class of 2023 in Commencement at Falcon Park
Cayuga Community College honored its Class of 2023 on Thursday, with College leaders applauding the graduates for their record of success and urging them to realize their potential in the years ahead.
Cayuga Professor Joins Prestigious SUNY Distinguished Academy
Cayuga Community College Professor Eric Zizza will join the elite SUNY Distinguished Academy this summer, the highest possible honor for faculty in the State University of New York.
Cayuga Faculty, Staff Honored with SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence
SUNY recognized four Cayuga Community College faculty and staff members with the prestigious SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence this semester for their exceptional contributions to the College and its students.
Falcon Park to Host 2024, 2025 NJCAA Division III World Series
In a fantastic opportunity to showcase the state-of-the-art facility, Falcon Park in the City of Auburn will be the host site for the National Junior College Athletic Association’s Division III World Series over the next two seasons.
Sustainability Series to Feature World-Renowned Chef & Edible Insect Ambassador
Wells College’s Center for Sustainability and the Environment and Cayuga Community College are partnering this spring to highlight a chef renowned for creating delectably sustainable delicacies that feature edible insects.
Cayuga Student Receives SUNY Chancellor’s Award of Excellence
A Cayuga Community College student with an exceptional record of excellence in the classroom and engagement and leadership in the campus community has received the prestigious Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence (CASE).
Cayuga Students Earn Scholarships from New York State Sheriffs’ Association
The New York State Sheriffs’ Association awarded scholarships to two Cayuga Community College students this month as the students pursue their degrees and careers connected to law enforcement.
Cayuga Student Production Promises Comic Work and Cosmic Wonders
Cayuga Community College’s student theatre group promises a spring production starting this week that takes a lighthearted look at celestial beings and the haphazard havoc they create in people’s lives.