Funeral Service Ribbon Cutting
January 18, 2019
On January 18, 2019, Cape Cod Community College graduated its first five students from its Funeral Service program housed at Bridgewater State University.
Native American Heritage
October 29, 2018
November is Native American Heritage Month in tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native Americans. We recognize the indigenous communities across this nation, including the Wampanoag, whose ancestors welcomed the pilgrims who arrived nearly four centuries ago.
Tree of Life
October 29, 2018
Abstract: Last weekend, the world witnessed violence in a house of worship, as peaceful individuals gathered to celebrate their faith. As we grieve and mourn the loss of innocent lives, it’s a time to share our prayers, hopes, and thoughts.
A $25 Million Investment in Cape Cod Community College
September 27, 2018
Abstract: On July 10, Govenor Charlie Baker signed the Division of Capital Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) bond bill, guaranteeing $25 million for Cape Cod Community College’s new, roughly $38 million Science and Engineering Building.
A Joint Statement in Support of DACA
September 3, 2017
Abstract: Massachusetts was recently named first in the country in terms of its K-12 education and the number of residents with college degrees. We recognize and affirm that excellent education is critical to the Commonwealth’s and America’s future economic vitality. We are committed to the education of all our children and young adults who pass through our doors.
A Greater Commitment to Collaboration
September 1, 2017
Abstract: Speaking to faculty and staff during Convocation 2017, (Thursday 8/31/2017) the first official day back on campus for faculty as the new academic year begins, Cape Cod Community College President John Cox repeatedly emphasized “collaboration and orienting the College as the regional higher education institution” for CCCC.
Announcement of the $2.22M Title III Grant Award
September 28, 2015
Abstract: Knowing our strategic plan and the Vision Project with our focus on student success through successful retention and completion, this Title 3 grant is the propellant that provides a five year commitment that will increase retention, completion, and transfer rates.
President Cox Appears on Comcast Newsmakers
February 26, 2015
Abstract: Cape Cod Community College President John Cox joined Eric Clemons on Newsmakers to discuss President Obama’s proposal of 2 years of Community College for free, as well as CCCC’s new Science Center and Aviation Maintenance and Certification Program.