Get to know our campus and the people who make it special by scheduling your visit today.
Register now online to visit the campus or contact the Admissions Office at 607-753-4711. Plan to reserve your spot early because programs fill quickly. If you require special accommodations, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible so that we can prepare for your arrival.
We look forward to meeting you in person!
SUNY Cortland offers weekday campus tours and admissions information sessions throughout the year.
A guided, two-hour walking tour takes students and families through academic buildings, residence halls, and dining and recreational facilities.
An information session led by an admissions advisor also is offered, which allows guests to ask questions about academic majors, the application process, or student life at the College.
Monday, Jan. 23, through Friday, May 5 *
* Regular tours will not be held on the following days: Feb. 20 to 24; March 10 to 19; March 31; April 10 to 14; April 17 to 21.
If you’re interested in bringing a group of 10 or more students to campus, please fill out our Group Visit Request.
Group visits can be scheduled Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.*
Advance scheduling is very important because the calendar fills up very quickly. Preference will be given to juniors and seniors who are considering applying to SUNY Cortland. Questions about recently submitted requests may be directed to Jessica Zito, senior admissions advisor and group visit coordinator, at 607-753-4711
Please read the Group Visit Agreement prior to setting up a visit and note that the Admissions Office cannot accommodate group visits on the following dates due to other events: Feb. 20 to 24; March 10 to 19 and March 31; April 10 to 14; and April 17 to 21.
Our Mini Open House programs, offered during in the spring semester during popular high school breaks, allow prospective students and their families to:
2017 Mini Open House Dates
The Admissions Office offers eight parking spaces for visitors in the Miller Building Parking Lot. These spots are reserved exclusively for incoming and prospective students.
Admissions Office visitors may park in these spaces or any other unmarked space in the Miller Building Parking Lot. However, a parking permit must be displayed in the windshield.
Parking permits are emailed with event confirmations for a scheduled visit.