Cazenovia College knows that people have real lives—jobs, families and busy schedules. You are committed and invested, but you need a way to get your four-year degree while balancing your responsibilities. Now, you can get that degree without traveling long distances, or paying high-priced tuition. We understand what you need to reach your goals.Cazenovia College embraces the Student Centered Learning approach, and we’ve evolved our programs. Our programs are designed to fit your needs, as you work toward your four-year degree. We have advisors to guide you on your path to graduation, and your success is our primary mission. As a Cazenovia student you can earn a degree – a Cazenovia College degree – on the grounds of your community college campus.
Note: One course will be completed on the grounds of Cazenovia College, on weekends during the final summer of the program. Cazenovia College will arrange to have housing and meals available.
Earn a Cazenovia College four-year degree at one of the following community college campuses:Finger Lakes Community College
Hudson Valley Community College
A Note Regarding COVID-19
All SUNY colleges, including FLCC, HCCC, HVCC, and SCCC, must comply with SUNY’s mandate for students to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 upon FDA approval of a vaccine for non-emergency use.
All students taking on-campus classes or using on-campus services at a SUNY campus will have up to 35 calendar days to submit proof of receiving either a single dose COVID-19 vaccine or beginning a two-dose vaccine from the FDA approval date. Students must have received, and submitted proof of receiving, at least one vaccine dose to remain eligible to participate in on-campus classes or services. Please see attachment for submittal deadlines.
Waivers may be requested by following the guidelines for requesting a waiver listed on each community college’s web site.
A mask mandate is required at each campus.
If a student chooses not to get vaccinated within this timeframe the student will not be able to come to campus for any reason, including attending classes and/or accessing any on-campus service or resource.
Fully on-line students do not have to follow the on-campus guidelines if they are not planning to be on campus for any type of activity or use of services.
At this time, faculty at SUNY campuses are not required to be vaccinated.