Due to weather conditions, early morning classes at SUNY Cortland are cancelled. Classes scheduled to start after 10 a.m. will be held as regularly scheduled. Offices will operate as normal, although employees are urged to use caution traveling. Any employee who feels travel is unsafe should contact their supervisor and may use time accruals to stay home.
Visit the Emergency site for more information.
Your hard work and dedication will pay off at SUNY Cortland. You can be recognized for your efforts in many ways — through scholarships, academic department awards, election to honors societies and participation in Transformations: A Student Research and Creativity Conference, to name a few.
At SUNY Cortland, you'll have the opportunity to join a wide selection of honor societies.
Transformations is a daylong series of presentations highlighting faculty, staff and student scholarship. This annual celebration of research and inquiry will give you a chance to showcase your academic work.
You may be eligible for a wide range of scholarships. See what's the best fit for you.
If you are a highly motivated student with outstanding ability and varied interests, the Honors Program may be for you. It brings together high- achieving students and accomplished teachers in a program that provides challenging opportunities.
More information can be found at Honors Program.
Take your academic success seriously, take advantage of all SUNY Cortland has to offer, and you may find yourself in the auspicious company of your peers who are members of the Academic Hall of Fame. As an academically strong alumnus of 10 years or more who has made a significant contribution to society through your chosen profession, you may be recognized for your achievements and awarded with this distinctive honor.
You have the opportunity to participate in research projects under the sponsorship and guidance of a professor in your major, allowing you to put into practice what you've learned in your classes in the pursuit of new insights.
You may be honored for your academic achievements at the annual Honors Convocation, where the top five percent of each class is recognized and awards and scholarships are presented.