Before the Women’s World Cup existed, the 1980 team won the sport’s first collegiate national title.
Daylight Hour will be from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, June 19
Sperry Center, Room 105 is now the David J. Vittor ’67 Lecture Hall.
The College kicks off a monthly series addressing economic inequality beginning Tuesday, June 23.
Celebrations are planned in July for Hoxie Gorge and August for Antlers.
Summer study abroad offers ever more options for SUNY Cortland students.
Works by Patricia Endy and Giotto Zampogna now are on display.
The top Division III athletics program in New York state belongs to SUNY Cortland.
The baseball-themed event earned a national award for its menu and creativity.
The College hosted nearly 450 teachers in STEM disciplines from across the state.