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Cazenovia College is pleased to announce Ronald Chesbrough, Ph.D., as its 29th President! He will assume this position beginning July 1, 2016. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Chesbrough. For more information: bit.ly/1UIYI74
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Meet Sarah Hart, Inclusive Elementary Education major from Camillus, New York, and read how Sarah’s student-teaching experience in elementary classroom settings is preparing her for graduate school. 

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A young girl in Mrs. Thome's third-grade class stood at the front of the room and presented a book she wrote to her classmates. She read aloud to her favorite teacher's class once a day for the next two weeks and savored every second in front of the whiteboard. She paid careful attention to ...
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Caz College Summer Reading Picks: First Year Edition!

Here is a list of books Cazenovia College first year students are reading this summer. Take a look - a few titles may interest you!
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Cazenovia College Welcomes New Director of Communications & Marketing

Timothy Greene has been appointed director of communications and marketing in the Division of Institutional Advancement at Cazenovia College. As director, Greene will lead and oversee the College's internal and external communications efforts.

"We are thrilled to welcome a communications and marketing professional of Tim's caliber to Cazenovia College," stated Carol M. Satchwell, vice president for institutional advancement.
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The 2015 Summer Art Series features the work of five Cazenovia alumni, held in Reisman Hall Art Gallery. Join us in welcoming Kathleen Deep '10, Amanda Klish '04, Hannah Morse Leeber '10, Caroline Locatelli '11 and Vern Rink '15.   #CazCollege   #Art  
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Margery A. Pinet has been appointed by the Cazenovia College Board of Trustees to serve as Interim President while the College undergoes a presidential search to replace Mark Tierno, who completed his 15 year tenure on June 30, 2015.

Pinet has served the College in several roles over the last thirty years including professor of English, adjunct writing instructor, director of the Academic Learning Center, academic dean, executive vice president, highly respected member of the faculty, trustee and most recently vice chair of the College’s Board of Trustees.
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Dr. Clairissa Breen Presents at 2015 European Congress of Criminology Conference

Dr. Clairissa Breen, program director of Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies, attended the European Congress of Criminology September 2-5, 2015, held in Porto, Portugal. The annual conference is hosted by the European Society of Criminology.

Breen was invited to the conference last year and presented on the topic "Catastrophic Criminology." Her presentation was well received and landed her a second invitation for this year’s conference. #Criminology   #CazCollege   #CriminalJustice  
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Cazenovia College Earns 12th Consecutive U.S. News & World Report Recognition

Cazenovia College has been ranked 24th among the top tier regional colleges in the North, an area consisting of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the New England states.

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Meet Andrea Kennedy, studio art-photography major from Manlius, New York, and learn how the opportunities available to her at Caz are helping her prepare for a successful future as a professional artist. 
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Hannah Grather, environmental biology major, is currently interning at Summer Discovery RC as a resident counselor in California. 

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Meet Kyle Severance ‘15, sport management major and psychology minor from Endicott, New York Learn how he plans to apply his life-long love of sports and business to his graduate school studies and future career goals. 
“Graduating from Cazenovia College means I have achieved goals I never dreamed possible...”
Read Kyle’s ‪#‎MyCazExperience‬: http://experience.cazenovia.edu/myCazExperience/experience_kyle_severance.html   #CazCollege  
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Founded in 1824, Cazenovia College is a small, independent, coeducational college offering baccalaureate programs in the liberal arts and professional studies.
 
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Embracing student success as its primary mission, the College comprises a diverse yet close-knit residential community that fosters intellectual, social, and ethical growth. Our experiential and co-curricular learning opportunities and dedicated team of faculty and staff provide for an individualized educational experience that balances academic and student life. Graduates of Cazenovia College possess the knowledge and skills necessary to become informed and successful participants in the global community.

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"Its horrible nd they food nasty."
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Carol Deluca
2 weeks ago
Nice private school in a small town setting with a beautiful lake near Syracuse NY. Offers a variety of different majors with a opportunity for student athletes to compete at a Division III NCAA program in a variety of sport programs.
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Doug Tuhro
11 months ago
Terrible, terrible school in every way. They cost an arm and a leg and their degrees hold NO weight in the real world. I am very glad I was smart enough to transfer out of there after a year (during which I lost 30 pounds because the food was so bad). I have met plenty of people from Central New York State who either went there (rarely did they stay the full four years) or know someone who went there, and I honestly have never met anybody who thought it was a decent school. STAY AWAY AND LOOK ELSEWHERE. If you want to stay local there are lots of decent schools in Syracuse for you to go to.
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Joanne Farley
2 years ago
Great campus....
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Sally Taylor
11 months ago
I enjoyed the overall environment of the college atmosphere. the family type of feeling. it was a small and mostly quiet place. the food wasn't that good but the cooks did the best they could with what they were given to work with. the classes were 15-30 students per, making it easy to build a relationship with your professors. I stayed all four years and graduated cum laude (3.5gpa) with a b.s. in human services and a psychology minor. I have made many friends but only a few I will keep for years to come in my future. the college is very expensive but that is why you have to make the best of it and participate in as much as you can. during the four years I maintained two part time jobs, was a part of five different clubs, and held two internships. if this review doesn't give you some kind of tip as to whether or not you wanna go to caz, then the school isn't for you. the small environment isn't for everybody. make your choice wisely.
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Katrina Gai
2 years ago
Its horrible nd they food nasty
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