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Tompkins-Cortland Community College

Tompkins Cortland Community College is a public two-year college supported by Cortland and Tompkins Counties. The main college campus is located in the Town of Dryden. Extension sites are located in Cortland, New York and Ithaca, New York.

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Location

Address
170 North St
City
Dryden
State
NY
Zip/Post Code
13053

Contact Information

Phone
Fax
Website
Financial Aid Website

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
5450
In State Tuition Fees
4300
Out State Tuition Fees
8900
Male Female Ratio
45:55
Acceptance Rate
100%
Student Faculty Ratio
19:01

Additional Information

College Type
Public
Religious Affiliation
N/A
Campus Housing
Yes
Mission Statement
NULL
Mascot
Panthers
Colors
White Hunter Green
Conference
Region 3

College History

History

The College was founded in 1967 and opened in 1968 in�Groton,�New York. The College moved to its current Dryden, New York campus in 1974. The original campus buildings were designed by the architects Caudill-Rowlett-Scott. A multi-million dollar construction project completed in 2007 recently added a new athletics facility, a student center, and expanded and enhanced the college's library.

College Specialty

Specialty

The college endeavors to provide a program of intercollegiate athletics from which participating students can derive all the benefits that participation in competitive sport confers. The department of intercollegiate athletics mirrors the values of the college. We expect our student-athletes to have a great and life-long learning experience, we expect excellence in teaching from our coaching staff, and we take great pride in aiding our student-athletes in continued success beyond their TC3 experience. Intercollegiate athletics gives our student-athletes the opportunity to compete with and against students from all around the world. This reinforces the belief the college has in regards to its diversity of people and perspectives. TC3 student-athletes are committed to physical and emotional well being. They take part in community events and become better citizens through participation in those events. Through athletics individuals build team skills, demonstrate and develop an appreciation of sportsmanship, and, through this, bring credit to the college.

Campus

Campus

Rural 250 Acres

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