Professor Darlene Gold, the co-chair of the College's creative writing degree program, has advanced in an international writing competition. Her essay “Pianoforte a Quatre Mains” has made the longlist at PRISM international’s 2016 Creative Non-Fiction Contest. Gold’s work was one of 12 selected from a field of 200 entries.
PRISM international is based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is the oldest literary magazine in western Canada, with readership in more than 40 countries.
The Tompkins Cortland Community College Foundation has kicked off the public phase of its campaign to raise money to build a new childcare center on the College’s campus. The entire project will cost $5.5 million, with $4.5 million already secured through state support and a lead gift from Arthur Kuckes. The Arthur Kuckes Childcare Center could open in the fall of 2018.
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.
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Tompkins Cortland Community College has secured $60,000 worth of grants from the SUNY Community College Workforce Development Training program to provide training at four local organizations. Ames Linen, Cortland Regional Medical Center, Stork H&E Turboblading, and Tompkins Financial will receive training through the College's BIZ program thanks to these grants.
The College will celebrate Tutor Appreciation Week October 3-9 in recognition of the work of our many tutors.
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.