Fast Facts

Fast Facts

Utica College Fast Facts

Frank E. Gannett Memorial LibraryUC at a Glance

  • Coeducational, private comprehensive college founded by Syracuse University in 1946.
  • Became independently accredited in 1995.
  • Began offering graduate programs that grant the Utica College master’s degree in 1999 and the Utica College doctoral degree in 2005.


Utica College offers:
  • 38 undergraduate majors
  • 31 minors
  • 21 graduate programs, including master's, doctoral, and graduate certificate programs, on-campus and online
  • numerous pre-professional and special programs
  • study abroad opportunities.
  • 77% of freshmen live on campus


Utica College students earn:
  • Utica College bachelor's degree for undergraduates
  • Utica College master's and doctorate degrees

Diverse Student Body

Utica College is home to:
  • More than 5,000 undergraduate and graduate students (full- and part-time)
  • students from 45 different states
  • students from 39 different countries
Our students represent a broad diversity of ethnicities, backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences.

Typical Class Size

20 students

Student-To-Faculty Ratio


Average Scores For Incoming Freshmen

  • SAT: 1414
  • ACT: 21
  • GPA: 3.02


  • 138 full-time faculty
  • 117 have earned their Ph.D. or the highest degree in their field

Financial Aid/Tuition

  • UC's "Bold Move For Tomorrow" has reduced tuition price by 42% - See details
  • 94% of students receive financial aid
  • Student employment (work study and other) positions are available

Residence Halls

  • Seven halls
  • Variety of living options


  • Division III
  • 25 varsity sports
  • 16 intramural sports
  • club sports
  • Member, Empire 8, NCAA, Eastern College Athletic Conference, New York State Women's Collegiate Athletic Association


  • 145,000 volumes
  • 657 print journals
  • 5,000 electronic journals
  • 112 online databases
  • Largest collection of 19th and early 20th Welsh-language literature in the U.S.
  • Papers / library of Walter D. Edmonds, author, Drums Along the Mohawk


25,000+ worldwide


Contact Us

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(315) 792-3047

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