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January 15, 2020

President’s and Dean’s Lists Announced for the Fall 2019 Semester

Columbia-Greene Community College has announced the President’s and Dean’s lists, respectively, for the Fall 2019 semester. The distinction of Dean’s List is awarded for a grade point average of 3.25 or higher, and students with a minimum grade point average of 3.75 are named to the President’s List. A matriculated student, full- or part-time, who […]

January 10, 2020

C-GCC Offers Non-Credit Courses to Help Train Your Dog

Does your dog like to make the rules? Do you often find yourself tugged along on a rambunctious walk, or does your dog ignore your every call? Well, there’s no need to worry! Columbia-Greene Community College will be hosting various courses to remedy these exact situations. Polite Walking Class is a non-credit course that aims […]

woman with large black dog on a leash in the C-GCC gym

January 6, 2020

Open Registration Day Scheduled for January 15

Open registration for the Spring semester at Columbia-Greene Community College will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 15, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Registration and admissions counselors will be on-hand throughout the day to assist with course selection, scheduling, financial aid inquiries, and more. In the event of inclement weather, Open Registration Day will be […]

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January 2, 2020

Students Awarded First-ever Galvan Graduate Scholarships

In the first-ever presentation of its kind, five students at Columbia-Greene Community College have been awarded the Galvan Graduate Program Scholarship, made possible by the Galvan Foundation. On Friday, Dec. 13, the Columbia-Greene Community Foundation presented $2,000 scholarships to five first-year students: Kedisha Peters of Kingston, Sidra Khalid of Hudson, Nicole Fecht of Catskill, Chelsey […]

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December 13, 2019

Soccer Signs Two for 2020

The Twins women’s soccer team held their first letter of intent signing of the off-season. Two seniors at Catskill High School, Laura Christman and Kelsey Lackie, signed their commitments to be Twins next season. A letter of intent is a document that is signed with an NJCAA member college that formally signifies a student-athlete’s commitment […]

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December 11, 2019

In the Year 2019, CoGreene Gave to Me…

Columbia-Greene Community College and The Columbia-Greene Community Foundation extend heartfelt thanks to everyone who has supported our students this year, in ways both large and small. In an effort to pay forward as they give back, President Carlee Drummer, Ph.D., and her husband Michael, will match every dollar up to $3,000 donated to C-GCC’s Scholarship […]

December 10, 2019

Murphy Appointed Director of Buildings and Grounds

Alison Murphy of Hudson, N.Y., has been appointed Director of Buildings and Grounds at Columbia-Greene Community College. Murphy began her career as Procurement Manager of Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment for Cunard Line. Since then, she has held various positions including the Director of Facilities, Office Services, Construction, and Real Estate for Oxygen Media. She has […]

Artful Presents: The Students of Robert A. Lahm Pledge Portions of Painting Sales to C-GCC

Students in Robert A. Lahm’s popular non-credit painting courses are giving back this holiday season, by pledging a portion of their sales during an exhibition at Columbia-Greene Community College this month. In the spirit of the holidays, 12 students in Lahm’s popular non-credit Studio Painting and Renaissance Portrait courses are giving back by pledging 25-percent […]

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