Founded in 1946, Utica College began as an opportunity for soldiers returning from the second world war to earn a higher education. Today, the institution values a high degree of personal attention for all students with innovative learning and professional development.
Programs & Courses
Communications and Media
Construction and Architecture
Criminal Justice and Law
Graphics, Design, and Arts
Healthcare Administration and Services
Healthcare and Nursing
Central New York Campus
290 Elwood Davis Road, Suite 200, Liverpool, NY 13088
Tampa Bay Area Campus
9400 4th Street North, Suite 100, St. Petersburg, FL 33702
Miami-Fort Lauderdale Campus
3601 Southwest 160th Avenue, Suite 300, Miramar, FL 33027
Financial Aid Services
More than 95-percent of students attending UC receive financial aid. This includes scholarships, grants and loans. To help reduce out-of-pocket costs, the school offers over 300 scholarships and annual awards plus work-study options. The campus also provides counseling for individuals who need more guidance on financial aid.
Students have access to many resources, from comprehensive tutoring services to a health and wellness center. A personalized academic care team makes the shift into college life easier. These staff members help with educational and career goals plus creating finance plans. Utica College also has multiple clubs and organizations for getting involved in campus life.
Students explore different career fields that relate to their interests, skills, and personality. They set career goals to develop a plan for future employment. Undergrads discover job opportunities through networking events, resume workshops, and alumni as mentors. Career services at UC also help with graduate school applications.
Veteran and Military Services
Utica College matches the GI Bill funds veterans use to ensure affordable education for all military members. Flexible online courses make it easier to earn a degree for those who are active duty. The school also has tuition discounts for spouses of those actively serving or in the Reserve and National Guard.
After graduation, alumni stay connected to campus by subscribing to the college magazine. Volunteer work is a common way for graduates to stay involved with what happens on campus. They might mentor current students or share their expertise. Utica recognizes the achievements of alumni through various awards, as well.