Academics at Utica College
A Welcome From The Provost
Welcome to Utica College, an exciting place to study and to grow intellectually and socially. We strive to offer our students the finest learning environment led by faculty whose first priority is teaching. Whether undergraduate or graduate, full-time or part-time, our students receive personal attention from faculty and experience academic programs that are consistent with the finest of liberal and professional learning.
The College's mission is to educate students for rewarding careers, responsible citizenship, and fulfilling lives and our academic programs are guided by the College's mission and by 5 key intellectual skills that are critical to a liberal education. You can read the full version of the College's mission and values at Our Mission and the 5 key skills of liberal education are spelled out at Our Academic Promise.
You can find details of all the academic programs we offer at Academic Programs. For students who wish to accelerate their studies by taking classes in the winter or summer, or for people looking for professional development courses, details are at the Office of Graduate Studies. We also have several institutes and centers that promote learning and research in a wide range of topics and you can find information about them in the Academic Organization section.
"UC students receive personal attention from faculty and experience academic programs that are consistent with the finest of liberal and professional learning."
Utica College is committed to excellence in everything we do. We fulfill this commitment by continually assessing the quality of our programs and measuring the progress made by our students. For details of how we do this, see our Academic Assessment area.
Programs at Utica College are grouped together into three academic Schools, each headed by a dean. You can find contact information for each School, office, and person on our Academic Organization page, along with information about Institutes and Centers at UC.
If you have specific questions, please don't hesitate to contact me or anyone in our Academic Organization. I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (315) 792-3122, or by fax at (315) 792-3702.
I look forward to seeing you on campus!
John H. Johnsen, M.A., Ph.D.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs