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9-11 survivor and best selling author speaks at Hartwick

ONEONTA, NY – Michael Hingson, 9-11 survivor, Guide Dogs for the Blind owner, and author of the #1 New York Times best-selling book, THUNDER DOG: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust at Ground Zero visited Hartwick College Friday. Read More »

HCCC announces agreement with LIM college

(WKTV) - Herkimer County Community College has established a new transfer articulation agreement with Laboratory Institute of Merchandising College in New York City. The agreement will... Read More »

MVCC to have online medical transcription course

(WKTV) - Mohawk Valley Community College announces open registration for the fall semester's medical transcription class. The online training program helps students develop skills of a medical... Read More »

Utica College Convocation Ceremony marks start of new academic year

(WKTV) - The beginning of the 2013-14 academic year has finally arrived as Utica College welcomes another large group of new and returning students for the fall semester. Read More »

Enrollment up as SUNYIT welcomes Class of 2017

With its largest-ever class of freshmen arriving for the start of their first fall semester and returning students back on campus, SUNYIT is seeing a substantial increase in overall enrollment this academic year. Read More »

Anxiety for both students and parents during move-in weekend

UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - As freshmen moved into their dorm rooms at Utica College Friday morning, they had a lot of help from upperclassmen who volunteered their labor to help carry all of the new student's stuff from their parent's vehicles to their rooms. Read More »

2013 Freshmen move in at Utica College

UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - Friday was fun for the students and difficult for the parents at Utica College move-in day, but with plenty of volunteers on hand, it made the transition as smooth as can be. Read More »

Freshmen excited for new start at SUNYIT

MARCY, N.Y. (WKTV) - Hundreds of freshmen moved in to SUNYIT on Thursday, with staff members dressed in orange shirts reading 'Chaos Control' to help students and parents with the adjustment to campus life. Read More »

SUNYIT ranked among top NY colleges for future service members

SUNYIT has ranked 12th in top colleges in New York State for future members of the armed services. Read More »

Disaster drill looks like the real thing at Hamilton College

CLINTON, N.Y.(WKTV) Parts of Hamilton College looked like they were on lockdown on Monday from 9 A.M. to around noon, but the very large police presence was all just a very real looking drill. Read More »

SUNYIT ranked 35 in U.S. for "Best College for the Money"

SUNYIT has been ranked 35th in a nationwide "Best Colleges for the Money" evaluated by College Factual, an online guide to the college selection process. Read More »

Students launch rockets at SUNYIT

MARCY, N.Y. (WKTV) – Nineteen students were getting up close and personal with rockets at the SUNYIT campus on Tuesday. Read More »

Thursday event set to promote care of community trees

MARCY, N.Y. (AP) - The 21th Annual New York ReLeaf Conference is being held Thursday through Saturday at SUNY-IT in Marcy. Read More »

Students hit classroom before the open road in motorcycle class

UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - Schools out for the summer for some, the classroom is just the first step before they hit the open road. Read More »

Robert Geer to serve as SUNYIT Acting President

The State University of New York Board of Trustees today approved the appointment of Robert E. Geer as acting president of SUNYIT, effective August 1, 2013. Read More »

SUNYIT receives second-highest grant for workforce development

UTICA, N.Y. - SUNYIT will receive the second-highest award given to SUNY campuses across the state to support workforce development in high-need career fields. Read More »

SUNYIT President accepts position at UW Bothell

Bjong Wolf Yeigh, president of SUNYIT , has accepted the position of Chancellor of the University of Washington Bothell. Read More »

Decrease in test scores lead to changes for MVCC nursing program

UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) - Changes are underway to achieve better test scores, better graduates from the nursing program at MVCC. Read More »

Hillary Clinton to speak at Hamilton College this Fall

CLINTON, N.Y. - Hillary Rodham Clinton will give a free public lecture at Hamilton College on Friday, October 4, at 6:30 p.m. Read More »

How late is too late to start saving for your child's higher education?

Everyone says that it's never too early to start saving for college, but there also comes a point when it can become too late for families to start to save. Read More »

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