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Cayuga Community College Fulton Campus temporarily closed August 9-10 to accommodate move

DATE: 07-23-2012

Cayuga Community College Fulton Campus members have been busily packing and preparing for the move from the current campus at 806 West Broadway to the new campus at River Glen. The campus will open on Monday, August 13 in its new location at 11 River Glen Drive, along Route 481 at the southern end of Fulton.

To accommodate the move, the Broadway and River Glen campuses in Fulton will be closed to students and community members on Thursday, August 9 and Friday, August 10. Please note that College employees will not be available during this time via email, phone, or in person as offices and equipment are moved to the new location.

The campus will re-open for business on Monday, August 13 at the River Glen location. Staff members will respond to any missed emails and phone calls at that time, and they will also be happy to meet with students and visitors in the new campus building, beginning Monday, August 13.

The move is the culmination of more than seven months of construction on the $16 million overhaul of the former P&C grocery store to become the new, larger home of the Fulton Campus. The new campus offers 82,150 square feet, including a 31,000 square-foot second floor.

The new site also expands the learning commons—a central hub that brings together the Library, computers, academic success resources, and flexible work spaces for students—from 8,000 square feet to 12,000 square feet; increases the number of classrooms from 21 to 34; and doubles the amount of the space for full-time faculty offices.

The College will maintain its lease at the Fulton Commons/Broadway site for at least the next four years, and will provide the space needed for the College to expand its workforce development and community education programming in the region.

This fall, the College has expanded its community education and workforce development offerings to include more than two dozen courses at the Broadway campus in Fulton. These courses range in topic from jazz dancing to organic farming and foreign language, and workforce programming includes such topics as basic computer and software skills to career-ready programs in medical assisting, medical coding, pharmacy technician, office support specialist, and security guard.

For more information on the Fulton Campus or the move, please visit www.cayuga-cc.edu/fulton.