Utica University's history reaches back to the 1930s when Syracuse University operated extension courses in the Utica, N.Y. area.
Utica was established thanks to the efforts of business and community leaders in the Mohawk Valley who saw a need for such an institution. In 1946, Syracuse University launched Utica University.
We offer many of the advantages of a large university, such as undergraduate and graduate degree options, excellent academic programs, and outstanding faculty, but with an intimacy and a high degree of personal attention more closely associated with smaller private colleges.
At Utica University, learning is more than just time spent in a classroom. Here, learning is about unique and unforgettable real-world experiences, meaningful internships, a broad range of student activities and organizations, and service opportunities that allow students to engage with the world in new and surprising ways.
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Students will find a wide variety of residence hall accommodations on campus that offer comfortable rooms with free campus-wide Wi-Fi access, free transportation to off campus events, along with access to the Clark Athletic Center, Kunath Fitness Center and the Utica University indoor pool during posted hours of operation.
Frank E. Gannett Memorial Library supports learning and teaching at Utica University by providing information resources, services, and integrated spaces for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the wider community.
The Division of Integrated Information Technology Services (IITS) supports campus technology needs by providing the services and facilities that keep you working efficiently, and by creating an environment that is stable, secure, and user-friendly.
Utica University's 128-acre campus is located in a largely residential section of west Utica, directly across Champlin Avenue from the St. Luke's campus of Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare.
Visitors to Utica University will notice a number of distinctive features, including expansive lawns and green spaces, walkways lined flower beds and ornamental plantings, a large number of mature trees, examples of outdoor sculpture, and significant new construction and recently completed facilities.
All student groups and clubs at Utica College are organized and operated by students; therefore, the level of activity varies from year to year based on student participation.
Utica University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
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