Utica College inspires and prepares students to create for themselves a future that is beyond their imagining.
92%
of Utica grads in jobs or grad school within 1 year (Class of 2016 survey)

Utica grads in
Top Third
of earners nationally (N.Y. Times)

11:1
Student to Faculty Ratio

Utica grads accepted into
Top 5
law schools in U.S. (2017)

95%
of UC students receive aid from the College

"I was able to get a great job before I graduated."
Taylor Paine '17
Construction Management major

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All projections say that the workers of the future will require flexible skills and will have to adapt as technology impacts the workplace environment. At Utica College, you will receive a solid academic education as well as career training, ensuring you will be able to adapt to whatever changes this millennium brings.

Utica College offers majors in almost every career field that is predicted to be strong in the future.



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UC in the News

11/01/2016 - CCTV America Features Utica College in Story on College Affordability

09/01/2016 - U.S. News: Some Colleges Choose to Slash, Freeze Tuition

05/18/2016 - Washington Post: An update on Utica College's bold tuition strategy.

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01/23/2018 - Mona Brody: Disquiet in a Time of Uncertainty

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01/26/2018 - Geotalk or "heliotalk"? A presentation that will eclipse all others!

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