If you are using GPS, plug in this address for Spring Open House:
1 Folmer Drive, Cortland, NY 13045
Parking will be available near the Route 281 parking lot. Please look for parking instructions from our University Police Department during Open House.
Erik J. Bitterbaum, College President
Sophie Umansky, Student Government Association President
Mark Yacavone '94, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management
Professors and students will discuss the opportunities that exist within their departments — from majors to student clubs and organizations. Staff members from offices such as athletics, career services and residence life and housing also will answer questions.
Last year's presentations included:
|Academic Support Services||Residence Life and Housing for Freshmen|
|Pre-Physical Therapy Advisement||Residence Life and Housing for Transfers|
|Learning Opportunities for Pre-Majors||Recreational Opportunities: Intramural Sports, Fitness, Sport Clubs and Outdoor Pursuits|
|Campus Activities and Ways to Get Involved||DanceWorks and Kickline Performances|
|Student Disability Services||Financial Aid|
|Greek Life||Study Abroad Opportunities|
|Career Services, Internships, Volunteer Programs, Employment||Transfer Credit Evaluation|
|Honors Program||Pre-Law Advisement|
|Pre-Medical Advisement||Adirondack Trail Blazers|
|Student Teaching Opportunities: At Home and Abroad||Cortland Dance Company Performance|
This student-led walking tour of campus will include stops at several academic buildings and a residence hall. Tours take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. They run continuously every 15 minutes and depart from Park Center Alumni Arena. Campus tours last approximately 90 minutes.
This self-guided tour introduces our one-of-a-kind recreation center and dining facility. Walk yourself to the Student Life Center, where a staff member will meet you in the lobby. Tours take place from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and last approximately 15 minutes.
Traditional Style: A staff-led tour of residence halls that include Shea, Hayes, Bishop, Randall, Hendrick or Fitzgerald Hall. Tours take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., depart from Alumni Arena and last approximately 30 minutes.
Suite Style: A staff member will meet you in the lobby of Clark Hall to lead you on this tour. Tours take place from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and last approximately 30 minutes. Walk or ride an Open House shuttle to Clark Hall.
West Campus Apartments: Bus transportation will be provided to West Campus Apartments, where a staff member will lead this tour. Tours take place from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., depart from Alumni Arena and last approximately 45 minutes.
Students can present their voucher at these dining areas: Neubig Hall, the Bistro, Fuel, Union Station, Greens & Grains, Pomodori or Hilltop. Guests and family members may purchase food. Shuttle service continues until 3:30 p.m.
SUNY Cortland's softball team is scheduled to host conference rival Oneonta with two games at Dragon Field.
Visit SUNY Cortland's recently renovated home to the natural sciences and take a journey into space. The show lasts approximately an hour.
This historic bed-and-breakfast, located a short walk from campus, hosts many events for alumni, students and the community at large. It also provides lodging to the public throughout the year.