Location: Cortland, New York
Closest major city: Syracuse, New York
Most popular majors: Archaeology, Fine Arts, International Studies, New Media Design
The inspiration to be a champion in every aspect of life — that’s the value of the experiences and education at SUNY State University of New York at Cortland. It’s what makes SUNY Cortland unique as a college; it’s what contributes to the classroom, on the field and in the wide range of careers our students choose.
Opportunities abound in 61 majors and 38 minors to apply knowledge and explore possible career choices. Internships, co-ops, volunteerism, student-teaching placements, study abroad programs, research collaborations with faculty and environmental fieldwork provide SUNY Cortland students with exceptional experiences that build professional skills.
Student population: 7,358
# international students: 62
Student/faculty ratio: 19:1
Standardized tests: TOEFL iBT 61/IELTS 5.5
Ranking & Accreditation: Accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
– Undergraduate: $14,320
– Graduate: $15,160
– Living cost: $10,590
Housing options: On campus
– Fall semester: Apr 1st
– Spring Semester: Nov 1st