Division of Student Affairs

Student Affairs offers high-quality programs and services to maximize opportunities for student learning and success, both in and out of the classroom.


Campus Activities and Corey Union The center for college activities and conferences. Corey Union houses the Information Desk, student organizations, study/recreation lounges, and al-la-cart food services.

Campus Artist and Lecture Series (CALS) Cultural arts and educational lecture programming.

Career Services Career and continuing education exploration, planning, job search opportunities and counseling.

Counseling Center Assists students with decision making and adjustment to college life.

Disability Resources Services for students with documented disabilities including development of appropriate service plans.

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) A program that provides access and support to students with strong academic and personal potential who would otherwise be excluded from higher education because of academic underpreparation and economic disadvantage..  

Multicultural Life and Diversity Office Diversity is an essential part of the pursuit of academic excellence, and it enriches and strengthens the community.  Sharing diverse experiences and perspectives aid in the creation and sustainability of an inclusive campus community of engaged scholars and global citizens.

Recreational Sports Wholesome recreational opportunities for positive use of leisure time and the development of lifelong health and recreation skills.

Residence Life and Housing Responsible for the physical and programmatic administration of the residence halls.

Student Health Service and Health Promotion Direct services for common illnesses and select chronic medical problems as well as educational programming directed at college-age young adults.

Student Conduct Office Handles violations of the Code of Student Conduct that occur on campus and within the Cortland community.

Substance Abuse Prevention Services Helps students understand the connection between substance abuse and future success, identify individual risk factors for chemical dependency and examine the choices they have made regarding alcohol and other drug use.

University Police Department Provides quality law enforcement services. Campus Security and Fire Safety Report

Vice President for Student Affairs
SUNY Cortland
P.O. Box 2000
Cortland, NY  13045
Phone: 607-753-4721
Fax: 607-753-2808
Email the Vice President for Student Affairs