CCC to temporarily close to accommodate move

Pictured is the view from the second floor at the new Cayuga Community College Fulton campus, located on River Glen Drive. The second floor student development suite looks down into the first floor learning commons. The college intends to open for business at the new campus Monday, Aug. 13.

by Nicole Reitz

Cayuga Community College Fulton Campus members have been busily packing and preparing for the move from the current campus at 806 West Broadway to the new campus at 11 River Glen Drive, along Route 481.

To accommodate the move, both the Broadway and River Glen campuses in Fulton will be closed to students and community members  Thursday, Aug. 9 and Friday, Aug. 10.

The campus will re-open for business Monday, Aug. 13 at the River Glen location.

College employees will not be available via e-mail, phone or in person during the move. Staff members will respond to any missed e-mails and phone calls upon their return Aug. 13.

At that time, faculty will also be happy to meet with new students and visitors in the new campus building.

The move is the culmination of more than seven months of construction on the former P&C grocery store.

The $16 million project offers 82,150 square feet, including a second floor with 31,000 more square feet.

The new site also expands the campuses learning commons, a central hub that brings together the library, academic resources, computers and flexible work spaces for students.

The building will include 13 more classrooms, and doubles the amount of space for full-time faculty offices.

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