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In years past, Cayuga Community College in the Summer generally was quieter than during the school year. But, with the increase today in Summer programming, the College is busy with activity. This year, the Auburn campus will be filled with laughter, learning, and joy of discovery by young people who … Continue reading
At Cayuga Community College, we are building and sustaining the educational pipeline that welcomes people at all stages in life, from cradle to career. Our Community Education and Workforce Development division drives many of these initiatives and programs. During the past three years, it has expanded community education offerings dramatically … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Cayuga Community College launched our first-ever Kids at Cayuga Summer Camp. The night before I was excited and nervous – like it was my first day of class! I could not sleep. While we had a small group of 40 students, we were offering 12 different … Continue reading
And by green, I mean broccoli, spinach, asparagus and lots and lots of lettuce! My name is Stephanie Schuster, and I am the new coordinator of community education here at the College. After many years of working in a local arts organization, I joined the College staff in November of … Continue reading
Summer at last! On May 22, we celebrated our 57th Annual Commencement with all the pomp and circumstance befitting the success of our graduates. Now, our first Summer session is underway, with students and faculty engaged in a variety of activities. We can take a moment to reflect – not … Continue reading