electing a college is one of life’s most important decisions, so you’ll want to take a careful look at all that a Utica College education can mean for your future.
We offer you plenty of opportunities to get to know Utica College and its faculty, staff, and students. We encourage you to visit, tour the campus with a student host, spend the night, attend classes, and speak with admissions staff.
How to Plan a Visit
The Office of Admissions is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and on selected Saturday mornings throughout the academic year. Open Houses give you additional opportunities to tour the campus and meet UC faculty, staff, and students. For an appointment or for more information about upcoming Open Houses and other events, click here. You can also call us toll-free at 1-800-782-8884 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From points east and west of Utica, travel the New York State Thruway (I-90) to exit 31 (Utica). Follow the signs carefully to Route 12 South and take the Burrstone Road/ Utica College exit. The exit ramp ends at a stop light; take a left onto Burrstone Road West and look for the sign marking the entrance to Utica College (on the right).
How to Find Utica College
From New York City, take the New York State Thruway I-87 North to I-90 West. See the preceding paragraph for directions from the Thruway.
From Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey, take I-81 North or other connecting routes to Route 12. Follow Route 12 North to Utica. Exit at Burrstone Road West/Utica College and follow the signs to the campus.
From the north, take Route 12 South to Utica. Exit at Burrstone Road/Utica College, and follow the signs to the campus.
The Utica College campus is less than five hours by car from New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Hartford, Montreal, and Toronto. Albany is a 90-minute drive, while Syracuse is just 45 minutes away.
Travel to and from Utica College
Utica is served by Amtrak trains and Greyhound and Adirondack Trailways buses. The nearest airport is Hancock International Airport in Syracuse.