Cultural events and resources hosted and/or provided by Cazenovia College attract visitors to the area, bringing additional dollars to the local economy. The College and its faculty, staff and students regularly volunteer, coordinate programming, provide funding/support, and consistently participate in various activities (list provided below) that have a great impact on the quality of life in Cazenovia and the Central New York region.

  • Alumni Reunions
  • Alternative Breaks Program
  • Art Gallery Exhibitions - local, regional and national artists
  • Athletics - Camps, Division III contests, “Kids Night Out”
  • Blood Drives on Campus
  • Catherine Cummings Theatre Events and Offerings
  • Cazenovia College Chorale
  • Coffee and Conversation
  • Community Block Party
  • Commencement
  • Community Advisory Committees
  • Community Concerts
  • Community Health Fair
  • Community Initiatives/Projects:
    Lakeland Bath House, Memorial Park (formally Cannon Park), Veteran’s Field
  • Community Service Initiatives:
    Adopt a Family Christmas Program, Blanket, Clothing and Diaper drives, Christmas Cookies to CAVAC, Police Department, Fire Department, Public Works, Christmas Tree for Wanderers Rest - Humane Society, Cider Weekend, Crop Walk- Fight Against Hunger, Crouse Nursing Home Visits, Festival of Races Community Fun(d) Walk, Food Drives, Garland Hanging in the Village of Cazenovia, Halo for Hunger to Benefit the Food Bank
    Katrina Relief Efforts, “Light the Night” - Fundraiser for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Mitten Tree Clothing Drive, SOED Donation to the Children’s Hospital, Streamside Cleanup, “Stride for a Cure” - Breast Cancer Research, Sunday School Assistants, Thanksgiving Food Baskets, Troop Care Packages
  • Conferences and College-Hosted Events:
    Chilly Chili Run, Energy in the 21st Century Symposium,
    Franklin Trek, Paul J. Schupf Lecture, Porcelain Painters,
    Rescue Mission Ride for the Rescue bicycle tour, Washburn Family Lecture, Wheler Family Conference on World Affairs
  • Cultural Diversity Week
  • Dining Hall Catered Events and Functions
  • Distributive Education Clubs of America Competition (DECA)
  • Equine Education Center Hosted Events
  • Family Weekend
  • Great Minds, Great Ideas Faculty Library Lecture Series
  • High School uses:
    Radio Station, Pool for Swimming & Diving Teams, Host after the Ball/Prom parties for the High School
  • Homecoming Weekend
  • Intercollegiate, Regional and National Horse Shows
  • Jazz `N Caz
  • Lifeguard/CPR Training and Certification for Resident Teens
  • NCAA Athletic Events
  • Open Houses for Prospective Students
  • Orientation Weekends for Accepted Students
  • Student Internships
  • Summer Programs for Children
  • Swimming and Fitness Programs
  • The Key - “Look Again”
  • Town-Gown Forums
  • Village Board Meeting Participation