Spring semester classes begin January 25! Register now for classes offered day and evening, online and in-person, on-campus and at our extension centers in Ithaca and Cortland. With degrees and certificates offered in more than 40 program areas, Tompkins Cortland is the perfect place to launch your career.
For the sixth straight year, Tompkins Cortland Community College has been named to the Military Friendly Schools® list. The 2017 Military Friendly Schools® list honors colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.
An alum of Tompkins Cortland Community College and the CollegeNow program just finished a most impressive internship. William Brown, a native of Cortland, is now a senior at Le Moyne College in Syracuse. He spent the Fall 2016 semester working as a White House Intern.
The White House Internship program is one of the most prestigious in the country. Brown, who graduated from the College and Cortland High at the same time in 2013, was one of 166 selected out of around 6,000 applicants.
For the second straight year, Migell Ormsby (DeWitt Clinton H.S./Kingston, Jamaica) has been named an All-American. The sophomore was named to the second team Men’s Division III team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). The award was presented at the recent NSCAA national convention in Los Angeles, California.
Tompkins Cortland Community College has secured an additional $25,000 in grants from the SUNY Community College Workforce Development Training program. The money will be used for training at two organizations: BorgWarner Morse TEC and Forkey Construction and Fabrication. The grants are the second round of awards from SUNY this year: the College secured $60,000 in grants in the first round earlier this year, providing workforce development training to four other organizations in Tompkins and Cortland counties.
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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.
The College is continually building long-term relationships with businesses and the community. Explore the possibilities.