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September 20, 2018

Rotarians Hear About College’s Expansion Plans


Dr. Daniel Larson, President of Cayuga Community College, left, recently spoke at the Fulton Rotary Club.  Rotarian Program Chairperson, Gary McIlvain, right, introduced Dr. Larson.  Dr. Larson reviewed the history of the Fulton campus from 91 students in 1994 to over 1,300 students in 2010.  Presently, they occupy over 50,000 square feet of space in a "store front" setting on state Route 3 West.  They have degree programs in 12 different majors.  High school students in over 40 area high schools participate in college level courses at CCC.  Dr. Larson discussed how the college also serves the part time learning community in their continuing education programs.  The college strives to be pro-business.  Dr.  Larson also discussed how the college is running out of room and is in the process of searching for larger and more suitable space.

Dr. Daniel Larson, President of Cayuga Community College, left, recently spoke at the Fulton Rotary Club. Rotarian Program Chairperson, Gary McIlvain, right, introduced Dr. Larson. Dr. Larson reviewed the history of the Fulton campus from 91 students in 1994 to over 1,300 students in 2010. Presently, they occupy over 50,000 square feet of space in a "store front" setting on state Route 3 West. They have degree programs in 12 different majors. High school students in over 40 area high schools participate in college level courses at CCC. Dr. Larson discussed how the college also serves the part time learning community in their continuing education programs. The college strives to be pro-business. Dr. Larson also discussed how the college is running out of room and is in the process of searching for larger and more suitable space.

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