SUNY Cortland is located in the geographic center of New York State amid rolling hills and beautiful lakes, near Interstate 81 between Syracuse and Binghamton.
We are committed to excellence in teaching, scholarship, research and service to the community. Building upon our traditional strengths in teacher education, we offer a comprehensive curriculum that includes exceptional programs in the arts, humanities and sciences.
Within our 59 academic majors, 38 minors and 50 concentrations, you will discover a diverse learning environment that offers numerous internships, study abroad options and volunteer opportunities.
Our curriculum incorporates off-campus classroom and research facilities, such as our historic Outdoor Education Center at Raquette Lake in the Adirondacks.
Beyond the classroom, you can enrich your Cortland experience by joining any of the 100 student clubs and organizations.
Students, parents and visitors to SUNY Cortland are immediately impressed by our friendly campus. We invite you to experience that for yourself.