Today, more than 7,200 students are pursuing degrees within the College's three academic divisions — arts and sciences, education and professional studies.
Twenty-eight academic departments with a faculty of more than 500 offer the SUNY Cortland student body 60 undergraduate majors and 38 minors from which to choose.
The College's main campus covers 191 acres and includes 30 traditional and modern buildings. Sixteen of these structures are residence halls providing on-campus housing for approximately 3,000 students.
SUNY Cortland also operates its Outdoor Education Center at Raquette Lake in the Adirondacks, the Hoxie Gorge Nature Preserve outside Cortland, and the Brauer Education Center on the Helderberg Escarpment near Albany.
SUNY Cortland has more than 68,000 alumni living in all 50 states and in more than 40 countries.
|Out of State||306||4.3%|
|Out of State||236||4.3%|
|Out of State||31|
|Percent Enrolled of Accepted||23.3%|
|% Enrolled of Accepted||50.9%|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||3||.04%|
|American Indian/Alaskan Native||16||.2%|
|Two or more race||106||1.5%|
|Non Resident Alien||49||.7%|
|Early Childhood/Childhood Education||271|
|Literacy Education (M.S.Ed.)||128|
|Health Education (M.S.T.)||110|
|Sport Management (M.S.)||81|
|Teaching Students w/ Disabilities (M.S.Ed.)||73|
|School Building Leader (C.A.S)||46|
|Second Language Education (M.S.Ed.)||27|
|Exercise Science (M.S.)||23|
|Community Health (M.S.)||21|