Gregory Decinque


Tue October 14, 2014

Cayuga Community College rebuilds fund balance, outlines future

Cayuga Community College has several plans for its Fulton campus.
Gino Geruntino WRVO

This time last year, Cayuga Community College had serious financial issues. Now the college's bank accounts are increasing and CCC is set to grow in other ways.

During a recent Oswego County Legislature meeting, Cayuga Community College's Interim President Gregory DeCinque says the college has shown growth since he took over nine months ago.

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Wed February 5, 2014
Regional Coverage

Financially struggling Cayuga Community College sets sights on 2020

Gino Geruntino WRVO

Cayuga Community College's interim president is working on a plan to correct the school's recent financial struggles.

In his recent State of the College address, President Gregory Decinque said a depleted fund balance and overestimated student enrollment figures have helped put the college in the red.

At the end of 2013, the college had a $56,000 fund balance deficit. The operating budget for the Auburn-based college is approximately $30 million a year. Although the numbers are not good, Decinque says the college should be able to rebuild its savings.

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