Tompkins Cortland Community College Professor Scott Ochs has been honored by the Criminal Justice Educators Association of New York State (CJEANYS). The CJEANYS named Ochs the recipient of the annual Richard B. Lewis Award at the organization’s 2016 conference in Lake Placid. The Richard B. Lewis Award recognizes Ochs for his devotion to criminal justice education as well as his tenure of service both to the College and to the CJEANYS.
Take a student-guided tour of campus, meet faculty during academic sessions, apply for admission and financial aid, meet our coaches, walk through our on-campus housing, and explore student life opportunities.
See you on April 7!
Tompkins Cortland Community College Board of Trustees Chair of the Board Elizabeth Burns has released the names of the three finalists for the position of President of the College. Each of the three finalists will visit campus in March for two days of interviews and meetings with the community. The plan is to present a final candidate to the SUNY Board of Trustees for approval in May.
Need to catch up? Summer is perfect. Want to get ahead? Summer is great for that, too! With classes on the main campus or at an extension center, in-person or online, our summer schedule has something for you! Classes start May 31.
The Spring 2017 schedule of professional development workshops is out. The Biz workshops cover topics including healthcare careers, state licensing, computers, management and leadership, and communications. Workshops are held on the College’s main campus in Dryden, at the extension centers in Ithaca and Cortland, and online.
Tompkins Cortland Community College President Carl Haynes will retire on August 31, 2017. Haynes, the longest-serving president in the College’s history, will have been president for 23 of his 48 years at the College. The College's Board of Trustees plans to work with a search firm this fall with the expectation of selecting a new president late during the 2017 spring semester.
We’ve had housing longer than other community colleges, and our experience shows. You get your own room in our apartment-style suites, and you benefit from a fully residential campus with active student life.
With over 15 clubs on campus and the organizations, Student Advisory Board and College Entertainment Board, there is something for everyone.
Tompkins Cortland opened in an old high school building in Groton – and the first president was often seen with a broom sweeping the hallways. Today, the College has a state-of-the-art academic campus, new athletic facilities, and seven residence halls.
The CTC is a great place share resources and experiences to enhance teaching and learning. Find out about conferences on campus, the Mentors & Partners Program and the regular round table discussions.
The College is continually building long-term relationships with businesses and the community. Explore the possibilities.