Engagement, Integrity, Respect, and Collaboration all lead the instruction at Cayuga Community College. CCC is committed to helping learners at all levels reach their highest potential through high-quality and affordable programs that cover a variety of fields of study. Students who graduate in the top 20% of their high school graduating class and are associated with districts from Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES or CiTi may be eligible for a full-tuition presidential scholarship.
The Cayuga School of Business is a great place for students to gain foundational skills that will benefit them in their future careers. Associates degrees are available in Accounting, Business Administration, or Events and Tourism Management. Certificates can also be completed in Event Management, General Business, or Tourism Management. Students benefit from small class sizes, individualized instruction, and a hands-on learning model.
Those who are ready to take their learning to the next level can extend their studies through collaboration with Excelsior College. This unique program allows those enrolled at Cayuga to earn their bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Business, or Accounting. Participants also benefit from discounted rates on Excelsior’s tuition and fees.
While many students are juggling work and school responsibilities, Spartans also enjoy having fun through participating in or supporting their community sports teams. There are several NJCAA Division III teams on campus for both men and women. Several of these teams include soccer, golf, basketball, baseball, and softball.
One of the focuses of Cayuga Community College is to make learning accessible to all students. This includes high school students who are working to earn dual credit, all the way to busy professionals who need to conveniently complete their bachelor’s or master’s degree. CCC has many partnerships with private and SUNY colleges. These connections allow them to offer easily accessible and accredited undergraduate and graduate programs. The Office of Community Education & Workforce Development provides many opportunities for credit-free courses that include adult education, professional development, career training, leisure learning, online learning, and more. The Training and Education in Advanced Manufacturing Center has specialized programs for individuals who may be out of work in high-demand career areas like Advanced Manufacturing, Electrical Technology, Mechanical Technology, or Plastics Technology.
Distance learners at CCC can earn a Business Administration AAS or AS with unique concentration offerings in Entrepreneurship, Wine Studies, or Sport Management. These programs strive to build a solid foundation for those entering into the field of business. Courses cover basics, as well as business essentials like Marketing, Principles of Management, Business Law, and Economics. The Centers for Student Engagement and Academic Advisement include Coordinators for Transfer who assist students as they move on to the next step of reaching their educational goals.