Name: Onondaga Community College
President: Casey Crabill
Campus Setting: Small City, Suburban
Year Established: 1961
Governing Board Website
2014 Fall Credit Enrollment
Part Time: 48.4%
Full Time 51.6%
African American: 12.4%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 3.8%
Native American: 1.9%
Alan J. Naples
Quote from the President
"Onondaga Community College’s hallmark is to respond to community demand and meet student and employer needs, from new ways to access higher education to innovative partnerships that expand opportunity for more people in central New York. Onondaga is serving students in myriad ways that help them to explore, discover, and transform, fulfilling their potential with support from a growing number of student scholarships, innovative academic and workforce development programs, new student services and active community engagement."
- Onondaga Community College (OCC), the second-largest undergraduate college in central New York, operates under the State University of New York (SUNY) system, and is locally sponsored by Onondaga County. The college offers nearly 50 degree and certificate programs, including art, architectural technology, business, criminal justice, and health professions.
- The college has transfer agreements with more than 80 four-year colleges and universities. More than 60 percent of Onondaga students are enrolled in transfer programs.
- OCC was named a 2015 “Green College” by the prestigious Princeton Review for its commitment to environmental responsibility. The College’s two newest buildings are certified LEED Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council.
- The College is home to the nine-time NJCAA national champion men’s lacrosse team. The Lazers won their seventh consecutive national title in 2015 and own an active 105 game winning streak. OCC’s 17 men’s and women’s athletics teams have won a total of 13 national championships.