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Want to know more about what Utica College can offer your students? Here is the information you're looking for, all in one place. If you or your students have questions, contact us at or 315.792.3006. You can also check out our FAQ (below).


Get Applications In Now

Your students should apply today to attend UC next Fall.

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May 1, 2021

To reserve their place UC, your students should pay their enrollment deposit by May 1, 2021.

Pay Deposit

How To Apply

Find detailed academic requirements, checklists, and more on our First-Year Admissions site:

First-Year Admissions

Financial Aid

We offer a broad range of options to make UC even more affordable for your students. Learn more:

Understanding Financial Aid

Virtual Tour

Get a closer look at the Utica College campus with our YouVisit tour:

Launch Experience


Get details about Orientation programs for first-year students. Visit our orientation site:

Orientation Site

Q: Will Utica College be open for on-campus classes for the fall semester?
Utica College implemented a comprehensive plan to keep our campus community safe while enabling our students to enjoy as many benefits of UC's on-campus experience as possible. We were able to maintain campus-based instruction throughout the fall 2020 semester, and we are confident that this experience will enable us to deliver on-campus classes next fall as well.
Q: Who is my student's Admissions Counselor?
Visit our counselor page to find your student's Utica College admissions counselor. Students can reach out to their counselor to arrange for in-person visits (when these are permitted) or virtual visits.
Q: How is Utica College handling AP Credit?
For students who:
  • are planning to enroll at UC in 2020, 2021, or 2022
  • have been enrolled in Advanced Placement (AP) courses this term, and
  • will be unable to take the exams or taking a different form of exam

... Utica will continue its current process of awarding credit and course placement, using the modified results and reporting that the testing agencies have announced. For more information, visit the College Board AP Coronavirus Update page:

Q: How do applicants send electronic documents to Utica College?
  • Students that apply via Common Application: Electronic documents can be sent through Common App or emailed to
  • Students that apply with the Utica College Application:  Electronic documents can be emailed to the admissions office at
Q: How can students visit campus during this time of social distancing?
Virtual Events
Utica College is offering a variety  of virtual events to allow students to experience the UC campus.  To learn more about our virtual events, please stop by our visit page: 
Virtual Tour
You can also opt for our Virtual Campus Tour: 

We also offer the opportunity for students to take the virtual tour along with a current Utica College student, who will :

  • describe buildings and other features on the tour
  • talk about events and activities on campus
  • share their personal experiences at UC, and
  • answer your questions. 

To arrange a personalized virtual tour experience, please contact the admissions office at 315-792-3006 or

Q: Can my students have an admissions interview?
We are happy to have virtual admissions interviews with your students.  Please reach out to the admissions office at 315-792-3006 or or contact your admissions counselor directly to schedule an interview.
Q: What process will you have for high school visits or information sessions if high schools are not allowing visitors once they reopen?
We will be offering virtual information sessions for students and school counselors utilizing Google Hangouts, Zoom or Webex - whatever platform your school prefers to use.  We are able to meet individually with students or in large groups and can schedule as many sessions as you need.  We are also available to meet with parents in the evening, if needed.
Q: How are admissions processes changing for the students graduating in 2021?
Utica College will still offer Early Decision, Early Action and Rolling Admissions. We have had a test optional policy for many years, but based on the recent issues with SAT and ACT testing availability, we are extending the test optional policy to also apply to Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Nursing admissions processes for the 2021 admissions cycle only.  Students are encouraged to submit a strong personal statement and a list of extracurricular activities along with their high school transcripts and application.

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