The residential campus is located in a small Central New York city surrounded by rolling hills, beautiful lakes and ski areas. The location offers easy access to many major cities in the northeast United States where international students can expand and enrich their cultural experience.
The 64 majors, 38 minors, and 33 graduate programs allow students to apply knowledge and explore career choices. Students discover a tradition of academic excellence, hands-on learning and personal guidance in small classroom settings. Internships, volunteerism, and research collaborations are just some examples of additional opportunities students have to build professional skills.
Outside of the classroom, students can participate in over 100 clubs and organizations covering a variety of interests. The 25 NCAA Division III athletic teams rank among the best in the nation and first in NY State. The campus stadium complex and other athletic facilities support these student activities and the NY Jets (National Football League) summer training camp.
Academic Programs: 64 Undergraduate Majors, 33 Graduate Majors
Unique Programs: Archaeology, BFA Fine Arts, International Studies, New Media Design, Professional Writing, Recreation
For students from Europe of South Asia, interested in learning more about SUNY Cortland, please contact QS Advance https://www.topuniversities.com/qsadvance/contact