News & Events

September 20, 2017

C-GCC President’s and Dean’s List Announced

Columbia-Greene Community College President James R. Campion and Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs Phyllis Carito have announced the president’s and dean’s lists, respectively, for the summer 2017 semester. Thirteen students were named to the dean’s list, which requires that a full-time matriculated student achieve a grade-point average of 3.25 or higher, and complete […]

September 15, 2017

Dinner, Dancing, and Dedication at the Fourth Annual Scholars’ Ball

The Columbia-Greene Community Foundation’s Fourth Annual Scholars’ Ball was held on Sept. 9 on the grounds of Columbia-Greene Community College. More than 200 guests were welcomed to an evening of dinner and dancing by Honorary Hosts James R. Campion, president of Columbia-Greene Community College, and Donna Lynk. The event was augmented by the testimonials of […]

Guests enjoying the Scholars' Ball

September 13, 2017

C-GCC Places in the Top Four Percent of Community Colleges

College Ranks Second in New York State and 27th out of 728 in the Nation Columbia-Greene Community College, a campus of the State University of New York, has been named one of the best community colleges in the country by WalletHub®: a personal finance research, surveying, and review body. C-GCC ranked 27th out of 728 […]

WalletHub badge in recognition of C-GCC's 2nd best community college in New York State

September 11, 2017

Once You Pop…

 C-GCC’s Pop-up Event Series Enters its Second Year as an On-campus Perk   There’s a new trend popping up on college campuses – literally – at which Columbia-Greene Community College is already old hat. Pop-up events – any temporary activity held in a transitional space – are often staged by brands, performers, and nonprofit organizations. […]

Pop-up event with students at a table making photo holders

September 6, 2017

C-GCC Launches Campus-wide Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Students, faculty, and staff at Columbia-Greene Community College have launched a wide array of relief efforts across campus this week, aimed at providing assistance to the communities affected by Hurricane Harvey. The college is actively participating in a state-wide effort dubbed SUNY Strong, collecting cash donations to be converted into needed supplies and delivered to […]

Ship and sailboats on the water next to a bridge

September 1, 2017

C-GCC’s First Assessy Award

In a move toward generating excitement – and perhaps a bit of healthy competition – among faculty and administration in the area of institutional assessment, Columbia-Greene Community College has awarded its first-ever “Assessy” Award.

Ralph Bertelle, first recipient of the Assessy Award

August 31, 2017

C-GC Foundation Announces Fourth Annual Scholars’ Ball

A night under the late-summer stars has been planned to benefit scholarships and collegiate programming and at Columbia-Greene Community College on Saturday, Sept. 9.

Guests at the Scholar's Ball

August 24, 2017

River Paintings Opens September 12

The Foundation Art Gallery at C-GCC will kick off the fall semester by opening River Paintings, a show featuring a series of landscape paintings by Marianne Van Lent that explore the imagery of the earth, its cycles, and psychology on Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Van Lent, whose work is influenced […]

River Paintings