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Located in the heart of Central New York, Utica College is a comprehensive, independent, private institution founded in 1946 by Syracuse University. We pride ourselves on offering undergraduate and graduate degree options, high-quality academic programs, and outstanding faculty engagement.
Utica College offers a broad range of opportunities to grow personally and intellectually, helping you to build a solid foundation of success in your professional life. Students often develop strong relationships with faculty and fellow students, forging bonds of friendship and academic affinity that can last a lifetime.
The Office of Institutional Research at Utica College is responsible for providing administrators, faculty, and staff with requested planning information. Typical planning information includes historical and current demographic information about UC, comparisons to peer institutions, and summaries of qualitative and quantitative feedback gathered from faculty, staff, students, and alumni. This data is used for program planning and review, departmental and college-wide accreditations, and department specific projects and goals.
The Center for Career and Professional Development offers a full range of services and resources designed to help students explore how their interests, skills, and values relate to possible career paths, understand the importance of proper planning and preparation in goal setting, and assist in the successful transition from academic to professional life.
The Center also encourages all students to expand their learning beyond the classroom, and engage in experiential learning opportunities such as internships and skilled volunteerism.
Students will find a wide variety of residence hall accommodations on campus that offer comfortable rooms with free campus-wide Wi-Fi access, free transportation to off campus events, along with access to the Clark Athletic Center, Kunath Fitness Center and the Utica College indoor pool during posted hours of operation. Laundry facilities are available in each residence hall and in each section of Alumni Hall. The cost of laundry is included in the room rate.
Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library supports learning and teaching at Utica College by providing information resources, services, and integrated spaces for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the wider community.
The Division of Integrated Information Technology Services (IITS) supports campus technology needs by providing the services and facilities that keep you working efficiently, and by creating an environment that is stable, secure, and user-friendly.
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 Student Government Association is made up of the Student Senate Assembly and the House of Organizations. SGA serves as the voice for all the students at Utica College by listening to issues and concerns. The Senate Assembly includes the executive board members, senators and class representatives.
The House is made up of a representative from each of the recognized student organizations on campus. SGA meets every Wednesday, the Senate on one week and the house on the other weeks, to discuss topics ranging from funding proposals to organization recognition.
The College is chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York under its corporate name, Utica College, and is also mentioned in Syracuse University's charter.