SUNY Cortland’s History Department offers two majors, a minor and a graduate program. We have a world-class faculty offering classes ranging from Revolutionary America to Ancient Greece, from Medieval Europe to Modern China, from the Spanish Civil War to Native American History, from World Environmental History to Public History, and dozens more. In our history courses, students don't just study the past — they become historians.
Check out these additional resources on why majoring in history brings a lifetime of opportunity, career choice, and excitement:
May 16, 2023
Kasey Jacob ’21 will soon return to India after earning a student research grant.
April 17, 2023
The “Labor Spring” events will include a panel, an academic lecture and a rally.
Feb. 21, 2023
SUNY Cortland Black History Month event series continues through February.
Feb. 7, 2023
The October fundraiser brought in $11,703, some of which supports local food pantries and feeding programs.
Dec. 14, 2022
The university ranked No. 14 in New York, according to a recent ranking based on cost, student success and reputation.
The History Club is one of SUNY Cortland’s fastest growing organizations on campus! Its goals are to provide a social setting for developing interests in historical topics and to establish a better relationship between faculty and students.