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What does SUNY Cortland mean to members of the community?

It means having a safe and comfortable environment where you can run or walk or swim.

It means being able to enjoy a play or a concert or a dance performance or an art exhibit.

It means having a place to take your kids on a drizzly Saturday afternoon.

It means signing up for a class, taking part in a health program or cheering on our championship sports teams.

In other words, SUNY Cortland puts a lot of opportunities right in your backyard, and we encourage you to take advantage of them.

So if you think of a college as set apart from the people and places around it, think again. SUNY Cortland is in the community and for the community. Come visit us and explore all we have to offer.

College-Community Appreciation Awards

Each year we honor citizens who have been active in support of SUNY Cortland with our College-Community Appreciation Awards. Twenty-eight recipients have been honored with the award since its inception in 1985.

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How We Contribute to the Community

Our students are active in the community as interns with local businesses and student teachers in area schools. They also devote thousands of hours of community service through projects sponsored by the College’s Institute for Civic Engagement and its Main Street SUNY Cortland initiative.

Our service-learning programs improve the community while helping students learn important lessons about civic responsibility. Initiatives such as these are why SUNY Cortland was named to the 2008 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

SUNY Cortland has a significant impact on the local economy.

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Are you looking for a student worker or intern? Please visit our Career Services website or contact Career Services at 607-753-4715 so your job listing can be added to DragonConnect.

Lynne Parks ’68 SUNY Cortland Alumni House

Lynne Parks ’68 SUNY Cortland Alumni House

Formerly the home of Cortland’s Wickwire family, the historic Parks Alumni House now serves as the center for our Alumni Association and special events. The facility is also open to the public for weddings, business retreats and parties or elegant bed-and-breakfast weekend getaways.

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SUNY Cortland Employment

With more than 1,400 employees, SUNY Cortland is the leading employer in the City of Cortland and the County of Cortland, and we’re also one of the most desirable places to work in the area.

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Accolades

We're proud of our national recognition. Check out our accomplishments.

News

Dangler Retiring After 40 Years

University Police Department chief Steven Dangler to leave post in July.

College Partners with Naval Research Center

The College has a pact with Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NAVSEA).

Felton Named Chief Diversity Officer

James A. Felton III, the College's first chief diversity officer, began May 1.

A Father-Son Bond, Born in Conservation Biology

Brandon Williams ’17, the son of a single mother, discovered a life-changing education and a father figure at SUNY Cortland.

Alumni Reunion 2017 Highlights Athletics

Volleyball and men's and women's soccer are draws for Alumni Reunion 2017.

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