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April 02, 2020

C-GCC Makes PPE Donation to Columbia Memorial Health

Columbia-Greene Community College’s Nursing department recently donated several cases of personal protective equipment (PPE) to Columbia Memorial Health. The gowns and masks were given to the hospital as part of a national effort to supply front-line medical staff with these items, which have fallen into short supply as the COVID-19 pandemic reaches a fever pitch world-wide. "We packed up everything we could in our lab and filled a trunk with boxes," explained Dawn…

April 06, 2020

C-GCC Sean Berry Awarded SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence  

Columbia-Greene Community College student Sean Berry of Tivoli, N.Y., has been presented the 2020 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence by State University of New York (SUNY) Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson.   Berry is one of 214 SUNY students from across the state to receive this year’s honor. Created in 1997, the award recognizes students who have best […]

April 03, 2020

Altaira Calen of Red Hook Named to 2020 Phi Theta Kappa New York All-American Team 

Columbia-Greene Community College student Altaira Calen of Red Hook, N.Y., has been named to the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) New York All-American Academic Team for 2020.  Calen, a psychology major, completed her coursework in Fall 2019 with a grade-point-average (GPA) of 4.0. She’s a founding member of the C-GCC Gaming Club, serving as its treasurer, […]

April 03, 2020

Hailey Beaumont of Hudson Named to 2020 Phi Theta Kappa New York All-American Team 

Columbia-Greene Community College student Hailey Beaumont of Hudson has been named to the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) New York All-American Academic Team for 2020.   The Phi Theta Kappa Award recognizes outstanding community college students throughout the state who demonstrate “academic excellence and intellectual rigor combined with leadership and service that extends their education beyond the […]

April 03, 2020

C-GCC Student Featured at Star-Studded NYC Benefit Gala

Just like the wind that “whips the word from my mouth and carries it away into the rainy darkness,” The End is the Beginning, written by Columbia-Greene Community College student Christie Banford Hicks of Freehold, N.Y., at times leaves the reader speechless. Hicks’ essay was chosen by the Writer’s Guild Initiative (WGI) to be included in […]

April 02, 2020

C-GCC Makes PPE Donation to Columbia Memorial Health

Columbia-Greene Community College’s Nursing department recently donated several cases of personal protective equipment (PPE) to Columbia Memorial Health. The gowns and masks were given to the hospital as part of a national effort to supply front-line medical staff with these items, which have fallen into short supply as the COVID-19 pandemic reaches a fever pitch world-wide. “We packed up everything we could in our lab […]

March 29, 2020

A Message to Students from President Drummer

Greetings, students! Welcome back from the extended spring break – wherever you are. Over the past several weeks, our lives have been turned upside down in ways that we could never have imagined. This is a time of great uncertainty, and I totally understand the stress and anxiety that many of you are feeling right […]

March 12, 2020

On display now…

Mr. Peanut is just one of the amazing pieces of artwork created by Germantown Central School District high-school students, and on display now in Columbia-Greene Community College’s Kaaterskill Gallery! By Germantown High School students Will Marino, Robbie Eaton, and Brayden Normand.

March 12, 2020

C-GCC Statement Regarding On-campus Events

In an abundance of caution, and based on recommendations from SUNY and the Columbia and Greene County Departments of Health, all group events expected to draw crowds of more than 50 people to Columbia-Greene Community College will be canceled or postponed. In addition, all non-credit classes have been canceled through Sunday, April 5. Further details […]