Red Dragons captured six national titles this year if you count alumni coaches in Division I.
Louise M. Conley became the first supporter to name a feature of the Student Life Center.
Cortland is recognized for offering a great education at an affordable price.
A celebration Saturday, July 11, marks the William H. Parks Family Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education facility.
The potential for these future physical educators impressed their school district mentors.
As always, all alumni are welcome at reunion, regardless of class year.
The group includes three distinguished alumni, two outstanding alumni volunteers and one distinguished young alumnus.
Jaclyn Lawrence has been appointed Assistant Director of Athletics for Events, Marketing and Development at SUNY Cortland
Malvina “Malvie” Cook Hunt ’38 will be honored as the “Most Mature” attendee during Alumni Reunion 2015.
Molly Fogarty ’11 has turned her love for action sports into a career with a non-profit that helps city kids skate, surf and ski.