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Cazenovia College Offers Spring Semester Classes to the Community

Noncredit classes include a variety of subject matter … from business to cooking
Cazenovia, N.Y.   (Feb. 4, 2014) – Each semester, Cazenovia College offers a variety of enrichment and business-related courses that are open to the general public. This spring, noncredit classes begin in early February, and vary in length, from a one-session class of a few hours to several sessions over a number of days or weeks. For more information or to register for a course, please call Marcia Neumiller at 315-655-7191. A complete listing of spring semester courses is now available online at
Among the courses to be offered are a series of equine courses taught by Cazenovia College professors, in addition to art and crafts courses, cooking courses, and much more.
Cazenovia College’s Center for Career and Extended Learning is also offering online noncredit courses in business, computer applications, personal development, writing and publishing and more through ed2go. These courses are instructor led, six weeks in length and start every month for a fee of $100 per course. Visit our to learn more.

Cazenovia College, founded in 1824, is an independent, co-educational, baccalaureate college located near Syracuse, N.Y., offering baccalaureate programs in the liberal arts and professional studies. 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. Cazenovia, named one of "America’s Best Colleges" by U.S. News & World Report, is also a national College of Distinction. For more information, visit
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