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UCCC Milestones

UCCC Milestones

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UCCC Milestones
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 SUNY Ulster Milestones
1961
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Public referendum establishes Ulster County Community College.1963
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Classes begin Sept. 23, 1963 at temporary campus in Kingston in the former Ulster Academy at 214 WestChestnut Street.1965
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College graduates first class of 48 students
. SUNY Ulster’s First President Dale
B. Lake presides.1965
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Construction begins for Stone Ridge campus.1967
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Stone Ridge campus opens with Macdonald DeWitt Library, Burroughs, Hasbrouck and Clinton buildings.1967 - George B. Erbstein named second president and serves until 1974. Joins SUNY Ulster from Orange CountyCommunity College.1969
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SUNY Ulster Continuing and Professional Education started.1970
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College receives initial accreditation by Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.1972
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Senate Gym, Hardenbergh, Vanderlyn and Algonquin buildings added to Stone Ridge campus.1974
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Robert T. Brown named third president, having served as Dean of Administration and Financial Officer since1965.1976
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Ulster Community College Foundation established with initial assets of $70,000.1984 - Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery dedicated for Ruth Muroff Kotler, a founding faculty member, first chair of thevisual arts department and the first gallery director.1985
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College initiates hosting the Mid-Hudson Small Business Development Center.1993
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Student Life Center, Hardenbergh Science Wing and Learning Center added to campus.1995
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Business Resource Center opened in Kingston.1997
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Barbara A. Adams named as the college’s fourth president and serves until 2000
.2000
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Construction begins adding the Ulster Savings Bank Community Conference Center in Clinton Hall, the HasbrouckTechnology Wing and the expansion of the Macdonald DeWitt Library.2001
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Dr. Donald C. Katt inaugurated as fifth president. President Katt began his SUNY Ulster career as Director of Student Activities in 1968 and also served as Director of Institutional Advancement, Dean of Institutional Advancement,Dean of Instruction and Vice President and Dean of Faculty, among other positions.

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