The Cazenovia College Board of Trustees has determined that due to financial concerns, the College will not be enrolling students for the 2023-2024 academic year. The College is working toward closure prior to the start of the Fall 2023 semester. The College will complete the Fall 2022 semester as scheduled and will be fully operational in the spring holding classes and events, including athletics and other normally scheduled activities. During the Spring 2023 semester the College will also assist students with their plans for transferring for Fall 2023.
This extremely difficult decision was the result of unchangeable business realities which were accelerated by the global pandemic. Leadership worked tirelessly over the past several years to come up with a solution, but ultimately the financial challenges were too great to ensure the long-term viability of the College.
Cazenovia College has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide 24/7 online transcript ordering and delivery of official transcripts. There is a nominal fee and delivery choices when using the online ordering service. To order an official transcript(s), login to the National Student Clearinghouse secure site. The site will walk you through placing your order, including delivery options and fees.
Arrangements are being made for housing student records at Le Moyne College after the College closes. More information will be provided at a later date.
Yes. Middle States accredits Cazenovia College, and employers and other colleges/universities will recognize your degree as a valid degree with full accreditation.
The employer should do a background check which will confirm your educational status.
Since donors receive a tax benefit at the time the donation is made, the College is unable to issue any refunds.
Any open pledges as of December 7, 2022 will be voided. If you notice a charge on your credit card for your pledge after this day, please contact the business office at email@example.com so that the charge can be reversed.
Restricted scholarship funds will continue to be used according to the donor’s intent through the current academic year. After that, in accordance with non-profit law, the New York State Attorney General is the ultimate arbiter and trustee of any remaining balance for endowed and restricted funds. Donors will receive correspondence either from the College or the State on the status of their restricted funds.
While Cazenovia College is not able to host a reunion, a group of alumni are organizing a get together June 9th – June 11th. The main event will be June 10th at a venue in Cazenovia. For more information go to: RSVP Process for Event (monday.com)