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Utica College

Utica College offers a wide range of academic programs, excellent faculty, and diversity of a large university, while at the same time providing students with the low faculty-to-student ratio and individual attention of a small college. Founded by Syracuse University in 1946, Utica College continues to grant the Syracuse University bachelor's degree in areas such as health care, criminal justice, public relations, journalism, business, and the liberal arts. UC also offers the Utica College master's degree in education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, business administration, economic crime management, and liberal studies. Established: 1946 Undergraduate population: 2,170 Graduate population: 295 Full-time faculty: 108 Student/faculty ratio: 18:1 Majors: 42 Town: Utica Clubs/organizations: 85 Athletics: Division III Varsity teams: 19 Intramural sports: 17. For more information, contact: Utica College 1600 Burrstone Road Utica, NY 13502

Hamilton College

Hamilton College Hamilton is a highly selective residential college offering its students a rigorous liberal arts curriculum. Chartered in 1812, it is the third oldest college in New York State and is named in honor of Alexander Hamilton, a charter trustee of the college's predecessor, the Hamilton-Oneida Academy. Established: 1812 Undergraduate population: 1,650 Full-time faculty: 165 Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Majors: 40 Town: Clinton Clubs/organizations: 75 Athletics: Division III Varsity teams: 28 Intramural sports: 15
For more information contact: Hamilton College 198 College Hill Road Clinton, NY 13323-1296

Mohawk Valley Community College

Mohawk Valley Community College MVCC is the oldest community college in New York State, beginning operations in 1946. Approximately 30,000 individuals have earned degrees or certificates from MVCC. Established: 1946 Undergraduate population: 5,000 Full-time faculty: 293 Student/faculty ratio: 17:1 Majors: 80 Town: Utica Clubs/organizations: 40 Athletics: NJCAA Division III Varsity teams: 20 Intramural sports: 11
For more information contact: Mohawk Valley Community College 1101 Sherman Drive Utica, NY 13501-5394

Pratt at Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute

Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute is a prominent, regional fine arts center serving diverse audiences through three program divisions: the Museum of Fine Art, the Performing Arts, and the School of Art. The Institute is named in honor of the founders who established it in 1919 as a legacy for their community and the surrounding region. Established: 1974 Accredited: 1981 Undergraduate population: 175 Full-time faculty: 10 Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Town: Utica
For more information contact: Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute School of Art 310 Genesee Street Utica, NY 13502

SUNY Institute of Technology (SUNY IT)

State University of New York Institute of Technology Established in 1966, SUNYIT offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in technology, professional studies, and selected liberal arts disciplines. The SUNYIT campus is a high-tech learning environment located on more than 800 acres of green lawns and woodlands in the Town of Marcy, just north of Utica.
Established: 1966 Undergraduate population: 1875 Full-time faculty: 98 Student/faculty ratio: 17:1 Majors: 20 undergraduate, 11 graduate City: Utica Athletics: Division III Varsity teams: 13 Intramural sports: 25
For more information, contact: SUNY IT PO Box 3050 Utica, NY 13599-4012

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