SUNY Cortland is proud to stand out for academics, athletics and affordability. It’s why the College received a record number of first-year student applications in 2018.
Many people recognize SUNY Cortland as a top college for teachers (No. 23 nationally among “Best Value Colleges for Teaching Degrees”), dedicated student-athletes (130 national championships) and families in search of significant value (top five percent in Money magazine’s “Best Colleges for Your Money” rankings). But there’s so much more to know.
School counselors assume a crucial role during the college search process. Use this page to learn something new about one of New York’s top public colleges.
Students, families and school counselors have many good questions about required application materials, recommended dates and everything in between. Browse our FAQs and always feel free to contact the Admissions Office.
Students excel in 67 majors housed in three schools: Arts and Sciences, Education and Professional Studies. New programs include environmental geoscience, healthcare management and inclusive early childhood education.