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Columbia-Greene Community College will be closing at 5 p.m. this evening, Tuesday, January 26. All evening classes and activities planned to begin at or after 5 p.m. are canceled.

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News & Events


September 15, 2020

Columbia-Greene Workforce Youth Participate in Shared Streets

A group of youth from Columbia-Greene Workforce Development’s Summer Youth Employment Program took to the streets of Hudson to participate in the new Shared Streets initiative this summer. Created in the wake of COVID-19 guidelines – turning the streets into a community space for pedestrians, bicyclists, and businesses – the project entailed putting distance barriers out; delivering notices to businesses;…

March 29, 2017

January Student of the Month

Carol Doerfer, left, assistant dean of academic affairs, stands with January Student of the Month Samantha Kulcsar (of Palenville), as Dawn Defino, assistant professor of human service, who nominated Kulcsar, stands by.

July 31, 2016

My Literary Journey of the British Isles

On September 21, 2010 I flew to Dublin for the beginning of four weeks of travel in Ireland and Great Britain. Columbia-Greene Community College granted me a one-semester sabbatical leave to explore the literary landscapes of both countries. Here are some highlights of that wonderful trip. The Irish love their writers and homage to them […]

July 20, 2016

Third Annual Scholars Ball Slated Sept. 10

The Columbia-Greene Community Foundation will hold its Third Annual Scholars Ball on Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Greenport campus. Once again, join friends, enjoy great food and dance into the late summer evening to live music on C-GCC’s beautiful campus. As the kick-off for C-GCC’s 50th Anniversary Celebration, this year’s ball will include a special […]

July 20, 2016

New Digital Design Concentration Approved at C-GCC

Columbia-Greene Community College has announced a new digital design concentration under its Liberal Arts and Science – Humanities associate-in-arts degree. Both the State University of New York and state Education Department have approved the new digital design concentration that meets SUNY’s Transfer Path Equivalents. Students focusing on design for transfer to other SUNY institutions can […]

July 20, 2016

Four Players Sign on to Play Twins Baseball

Head Baseball Coach Nicholas Dyer, right, and Assistant Baseball Coach Robert Ingham, left, stand with the latest group of high school players to sign on to take the field with the Twins next year. From, left, are: Dylan Kolb, of Castleton, Maple Hill H.S.; Joseph Tyler Kihlmire, Hudson, Red Hook H.S.; and both Brian Keator […]