Reason 6: Facilities and Technology
THIS IS THE PLACE WHERE LEARNING HAPPENS.
The Right Resources.
When you work on a project at Utica College, you will have access to some truly amazing tools and facilities on campus – just the resources you need to support advanced research in a range of disciplines.
- Economic Crime, Justice Studies, and Cybersecurity Building: Advanced forensic technologies, secure evidence rooms, and more.
- F. Eugene Romano Hall: State-of-the-art labs for occupational therapy, physical therapy, and nursing.
- Simon Convergence Media Center: Fully equipped HD broadcast studio, edit suite, multimedia classroom, and more.
- Gordon Science Center: Newly renovated research labs for biology, chemistry, zoology, and more.
- Frank Gannett Memorial Library: Enormous permanent collection, great database selection, new Learning Center, and an awesome coffee shop.
- First Source Federal Credit Union Trading Room: Powerhouse learning center for students in business and economics majors, featuring finance and analytics software, smart board, and live stock ticker.
Utica College gives you access to the many of the same tools and technologies you will be using in your professional life, including:
- Construction Management: Industry- standard Building Information Modeling (BIM) systems, such as Autodesk Revit software
- Cybersecurity: Advanced forensic analysis software and secure evidence rooms
- Chemistry: Sophisticated instrumentation, including two Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometers (FTIR), a Bruker 250Mhz Fourier Transform Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer (FTNMR), and much more
- Public Relations / Journalism: New, fully-appointed multimedia post-production workstations and digital HD cameras
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“We have remarkable labs. We also have a lot of very cool high-end instrumentation. The faculty not only teach you how to use the technology, they also encourage you to learn and do more research using the instrumentation. And they’re always there to help you with that.”
- Caitlyn Moccaldi '14, Chemistry
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