SUNY JCC Announces Fall 2022 Graduates

Dr. Kirk Young, vice president of Student Affairs, and Dr. Marilyn Zagora, vice president of Academic Affairs, announced the 122 students who were awarded degrees or certificates from the Jamestown and Cattaraugus County Campuses of SUNY Jamestown Community College in December 2022. 

Seven students earned highest honors (4.0 GPA), 51 earned high honors (3.50-3.99 GPA), and 14 earned honors (3.25-3.49 GPA). Graduates included:

Native American “Hashtags” Exhibition Opens March 10 at SUNY JCC Center Gallery

OLEAN, N.Y. – An art exhibition showcasing current Native American hashtags is set to be on display March 10 through May 24 at SUNY Jamestown Community College’s Cattaraugus County Campus Center Gallery.

Created by Kaycee Colburn, JCC artist in residence through Creatives Rebuild New York, the exhibition is meant to invoke thoughts and emotions and spark a conversation about Indigenous issues that have received little media coverage today and historically. The artwork is Colburn’s way of bringing them to light in a modern way.

SUNY JCC Begins Inaugural eSports Season

OLEAN, N.Y. –  The new SUNY Jamestown Community College eSports team participated in its first National Junior College Athletic Association competition in February.

The Jayhawks are competing in Overwatch 2, a game that takes five team members working as one to complete their mission at hand. The team consists of five Cattaraugus County residents: Liam Conroy of Great Valley, Drake Kavanagh and Chris Stebbins of Portville, Tavi Riling of Franklinville, and Joseph Terhune III of Olean.

SUNY JCC Joins Regional Initiative to Fuel Western New York Manufacturing Industry

SUNY Jamestown Community College has joined forces with two other SUNY colleges to bolster the regional manufacturing industry.

JCC, Alfred State College, and Genesee Community College established a collaborative marketing initiative called WNY Works in response to the crisis Western New York employers face in finding and hiring skilled manufacturing workers. The goal is to attract more students to study and pursue rewarding manufacturing careers.