Niagara County Community College Becomes SUNY Niagara

Niagara County Community College announced today that it has rebranded to SUNY Niagara. The institution’s president, Dr. William J. Murabito unveiled the college’s new logo at a launch event on its Sanborn campus.

“Making this change to SUNY Niagara is not just a new logo and name, it is a renewed commitment to Niagara County and our community as a whole,” said Murabito. “This new brand will strengthen our position in Western New York and we are excited to move forward in this new direction.”

SUNY Niagara’s rebranding initiative began in the fall of 2022. The college invited a diverse group of stakeholders, including alumni, community members, prospective and current students to participate in the rebranding process. After over a year and a half of research, design, planning and vetting at various levels of the college, SUNY Niagara was advanced as the brand successor to NCCC.

Kevin Clark, chairman of the SUNY Niagara board of trustees, thanked all involved with the initiative for their hard work and thoughtful approach to the college’s branding change.

“This is a monumental moment for a college that has a rich history of making an impact on the lives of those in Niagara County and beyond,” said Clark. “NCCC has been a springboard for so many in our community, and we will continue to do the same as SUNY Niagara.”