Tompkins Cortland Community College President Carl Haynes has won the 2015 Northeast Regional Chief Executive Officer Award from the Association of Community Colleges Trustees (ACCT). The award will be presented in October at the 46th Annual ACCT Leadership Congress in San Diego.
Tompkins Cortland Community College has released the Dean’s List for the Spring 2015 semester. Provost and Vice President of the College John Conners announced a total of 458 students have received the honor, which recognizes students who have demonstrated high academic achievement.
Applications for the Network Peer Mentor Program are due by August 7th. Don’t wait, apply now to maximize your experience! Information about the program and an application can be found at www.tc3.edu/student/oms_peer_mentor.asp.
Ray Schlather of Ithaca has been reappointed to the Tompkins Cortland Community College Board of Trustees. Schlather was originally appointed by the governor's office in 2008 to a term that expired this year. His new term runs through June 30, 2022.
Cortland County residents looking for the opportunity to develop leadership skills and contribute to community vitality by serving on board and committees should consider taking part in the 2015-16 Leadership Cortland program. Applications are now being accepted for the program, which is a joint effort of TC3 and the Cortland County Chamber of Commerce.
Tompkins Cortland Community College student-athletes Andras Tozser (Homer H.S./Homer) and Hannah Wildenstein (Dryden H.S./Freeville) have been honored with National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic Student-Athlete Awards.
The Applied Science and Technology (A.A.S.) program is designed to give students the technical skills high-tech employers in our area need, right now, while the Human Services (A.S.) program prepares students looking to transfer to a four-year school for human service or social work.
DegreeWorks is a web-based tool that shows students exactly where they are and what they need to do to get their degree. DegreeWorks makes it easy for students to stay on track.
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.
TC3 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 Professional Development Mentoring Program and the regular round table discussions.
Fri, 10 Jul 2015
The Ithaca Times
Tompkins Cortland Community College women's soccer player and Dryden native Hannah Wildenstein had quite the year at TC3, including earning All-America honors as part of the TC3 soccer team. Now she's on to the College of Saint Rose on a scholarship.
Tue, 07 Jul 2015
Tompkins County Legislature
By unanimous vote, the Tompkins County Legislature adopted the 2015-2016 operating budget for Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3).
Thu, 11 Jun 2015
Tompkins Cortland Community College (TC3) has completed a solar photovoltaic installation at its main campus designed to provide 90 percent of the college's electricity, for a savings of approximately $300,000 per year at current utility rates.