If you've got a good start on your college education, UTICA COLLEGE is a great place to learn, grow, and finish strong. UC accepts maximum transfer credits and offers easy transition via articulation agreements with a growing number of institutions.
Utica College’s academic programs integrate liberal and professional studies with a strong emphasis on internships, research, and other experiential learning opportunities, but UC is best known for the close, personal relationship students have with both faculty and staff members. More than 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students attend UC, including students from a wide variety of socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds as well as international students.
UC offers a variety of undergraduate majors and graduate programs in rapidly growing professions such as cybersecurity, financial crime, physical therapy, sports management and health care management. New facilities include the Brvenik Center for Business Education, a construction management building and Pioneer Village, 1500 sq. ft. apartments for upper-class students.
In fall of 2016, Utica College ushered in a new era for college affordability, reducing the cost of undergraduate tuition and fees by 42 percent for all new and returning students in the on-campus undergraduate programs.
Located in a suburban residential area of Utica, New York, Utica College’s modern, 128-acre campus offers excellent learning, living, and recreational facilities. Students can take part in any of more than eighty student organizations focusing on community service, music, theater, and politics as well as fraternities, sororities, and major-related clubs that provide opportunities for students to organize academic and career-related events.
Utica College also offers twenty-six NCAA Division III varsity sports and is a member of the Empire 8 Athletic Conference and the Eastern College Athletic Conference.