Utica College's history reaches back to the 1930s when Syracuse University operated extension courses in the Utica, N.Y. area.
In addition to its full complement of traditional ground campus programs, the College offers online bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs in a variety of fields, including economic crime and fraud management, cybersecurity, health care and nursing.
All courses are taught by highly experienced, credentialed faculty whose accomplishments are renowned throughout their respective industries. Utica College offers a broad range of opportunities to grow personally and intellectually, helping you to build a strong foundation for success in your professional life.
All over Utica College’s campus, students are conducting research that has the potential to change the world.
The Office of Career Services endeavors to serve students, in partnership with alumni, employers, faculty, and staff, through the provision of the following services and resources: counseling, assessments, programming, outreach, and recruitment activities.
As each new academic year begins, we can all feel a little overwhelmed. The staff of Utica College's Academic Support Services Center, with years of experience offering confidential, goal-oriented counseling services, are trained to help students address a variety of academic and personal concerns.
Our residence halls offer comfortable accommodations with all the amenities, including wi-fi, free laundry facilities, and much more. And with all the awesome neighbors, you're going to love it here.
The Utica College Library provides a full range of services, resources and assistance for all our students, both resident and distance. As always, The library is dedicated to your success.
The Utica College User Services department is responsible for the operations of all computer labs and faculty staff computers on our Utica campus. In all, over 1200 computers are supported by our staff members as well as our crew of student employees. Please read the following to understand what services the Help Desk provides.
Utica College's 128-acre campus is located in a largely residential section of west Utica, directly across Champlin Avenue from the St. Luke's campus of Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare. Visitors to UC will notice a number of distinctive features, including:
The dome will feature an indoor track, four multi-sport courts, a multi-sport artificial turf practice field (to replace the 1 ½ grass practice fields we will lose when we build the dome), men’s and women’s restrooms, a concession stand, and storage space for recreation equipment. This project will also include a 3,000 square foot expansion to the Clark Athletic Center, giving us badly needed additional locker rooms.
All student groups and clubs at Utica College are organized and operated by students; therefore, the level of activity varies from year to year based on student participation. Organizations listed are all recognized by the Utica College Student Senate and the Office of Student Activities. New organization applications are accepted through Pioneer Place year round and are all submitted for approval to the Recognition Committee of Student Senate. Pre-existing organizations are required to submit materials and attend trainings every Spring semester in order to sustain recognition.
Utica College is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
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