The College will recognize student-athletes who have excelled academically Wednesday, April 6.
The College is partnering with two nearby community colleges to create a seamless pathway to a bachelor’s degree.
A statewide social studies teaching organization honored a young SUNY Cortland graduate for the second straight year.
Three seniors and one recent graduate were honored April 5 in Albany, N.Y.
The new choir's name reflects the spirit of the women who founded it.
President Bitterbaum’s talk on Thursday, March 31, wraps up the year’s conversation series.
Before the College’s Model United Nations student group represented Cameroon at a national conference, a diplomat from the West African country paid a visit to campus.
Students, faculty and staff members are invited to volunteer from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 29.
SUNY Cortland houses one of the largest regional sites for the New York State Master Teacher Program.
Approximately 1,800 accepted freshmen and transfer students will visit campus.