Utica College

Utica College is located in the heart of central New York and is an independent and private institution of higher learning. It was founded in 1946 by Syracuse University and become independently accredited in 1995. Outstanding faculty, excellent academic programs, and a high degree of intimacy and personal attention set Utica College apart from larger institutions. The college offers 38 majors, 29 minors, and 20 graduate degree programs on-campus as well as online. Currently enrolled are over 3,000 students from 26 different states and 46 different countries. The typical class size at Utica College is 20 students.

Just a few of the many opportunities for a bachelor’s degree from Utica College include communication arts, history, mathematics, physics, and psychology. Perhaps you would like to earn your master’s in education, forensics, or physical therapy. Online programs are available as well and can be more convenient and flexible than their on-campus counterparts. Online programs at Utica College include a bachelor’s in cybersecurity, economic crime investigation, and nursing and a master’s degree in health care administration or forensics. An online doctorate is also offered in the field of physical therapy.

Prospective students are expected to have excellent test scores and GPAs. The average SAT score for an incoming freshman is 1,020, while the average ACT score is 22. The average GPA for an incoming freshman is 3.2. Average tuition for a full-time undergraduate is $30,000 per year. Student Financial Services can help in guiding students through the process of applying for financial aid and scholarships are also available.