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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Welcome. My name is Maggie Killoran and I’m the Associate Vice President/Dean of Cayuga Community College’s Fulton Campus. The Fulton Campus is considered a “branch” campus that offers students a complement of services as well as the ability to complete a variety of full degrees on-site. Historically speaking, Cayuga Community College’s … Continue reading
When Cayuga Community College begins offering courses this Fall in a wine studies concentration, it will represent much more than expanding our academic offerings. The wine studies program successfully combines unique regional flavors to create a recipe for successful entrepreneurship that is attracting national attention. As many people already know … Continue reading
Walk into the Cayuga Community College Fulton Campus and you can feel the vibrancy and hear the buzz of activity all around. The bold colored partitions and walls transform the former vacant storefront into a dynamic space. The campus features a progressive Learning Commons, a central hub that brings together … Continue reading