For the first time in years, no tuition or fee increase for SUNY ErieBuffalo Business First - April 26, 2018
For the first time in several years, Erie Community College is proposing a budget that avoids increasing tuition and fees.
Southern law enforcement recruit in Western New YorkWKBW - April 17, 2018
A number of law enforcement agencies in southern states such as Virginia, Florida, and Georgia are recruiting employees from the Buffalo area. Where are these candidates being trained? SUNY Erie Community College.
SUNY Erie, Daemen formalize partnership to assist veterans, military-aligned studentsWBFO - March 27, 2018
Two of the Buffalo area's most collaborative colleges are uniting in a partnership to provide a smooth path to a bachelor's degree for students with military connections.
SUNY Erie scores upset in NJCAA openerThe Buffalo News - March 21, 2018
No. 13 seed SUNY Erie opened the NJCAA Division II Men’s Basketball Championship Tuesday morning with an 87-78 upset of No. 4 Louisburg (N.C.) College.
New SUNY Erie science building earns high marksThe Buffalo News - February 12, 2018
A long-awaited $30 million Center for STEM Studies that opened in January on the North Campus of SUNY Erie is the most expensive single construction project in the history of the college.
SUNY Erie hosts Give Kids a Smile Day at North Campus clinicSpectrum News - February 2, 2018
The American Dental Association-sponsored day—now in its 16th year— is a promoted dentistry initiative to bring children into dental offices for free treatment, and has provided oral health services to more than five million kids since 2003.
How to create more manufacturing workersThe Buffalo News - January 28, 2018
Manufacturers in the Buffalo Niagara region are facing a labor shortage, but some are finding their ideal employees trained at SUNY Erie.
From a cubicle on Swan St. to the presidency of SomaliaWBFO - January 15, 2018
Meet former SUNY Erie Community College instructor and now elected President of Somalia, Mohamed A. Mohamed.
Change is in the air at SUNY ErieBuffalo Spree - December 1, 2017
A conversation with new SUNY Erie Community College President Dan Hocoy, Ph.D.
Hurricane victims to get a tuition break at SUNY Erie The Buffalo News - November 6, 2017
Puerto Ricans and U.S. Virgin Islands residents displaced by hurricanes Maria and Irma may attend Erie Community College at the Erie County resident tuition rate for this year and next year.
Dan Hocoy is shaking things up at SUNY ErieBuffalo Business First - October 20, 2017
Dan Hocoy has been at Erie Community College since July – enough time to launch a rebranding campaign, kick-start initiatives to retain more students and emphasize an era of doing things differently.
ECC marks Constitution Day with essays of hardships in other countries WBFO Radio - September 18, 2017
In observance of Constitution Day, Erie Community College students, who are from countries where they had no rights, presented essays on how they see the U.S. Constitution.
The changing demographics of who is filling college classrooms WIVB-TV - September 12, 2017
Will Mitchell walks into an office at Erie Community College, sitting down to do some work. He has some time in between classes before jetting off to work as a personal trainer.
ECC football falls to Hocking in opener The Buffalo News - September 9, 2017
Erie Community College lost its season-opening football game on Saturday afternoon to Hocking College of Ohio at West Herr Stadium in Orchard Park, 50-28.
SUNY Erie's immigrant president reassures undocumented students The Buffalo News - September 6, 2017
Erie Community College's new president has a message for students who are undocumented immigrants: He understands their fear and supports them.
New leader ready to rebrand schoolWBFO - September 1, 2017
New SUNY Erie President Dan Hocoy, Ph.D. is ready to re-brand the college and move it forward to improve enrollment and create a better place for students to learn.
Alex Nwora gains a platform with the Nigerian men's national basketball teamThe Buffalo News - August 24, 2017
SUNY Erie men's basketball coach brings his NJCAA expertise to his native Nigeria.
Wegmans School of Pharmacy announces new SUNY Erie programEast Aurora Bee - August 24, 2017
A new partnership between St. John Fisher College and SUNY Erie Community College will offer two qualified students guaranteed acceptance into the Wegmans School of Pharmacy.
Meet SUNY Erie's new leader, Dan Hocoy, Ph.D.WBLK - August 22, 2017
President Hocoy sits down for a discussion with WBLK DJ Yasmin Young.