No college understands the need for affordability better than Utica College – which is why we boldly took the lead among New York’s private colleges in 2016 to reset our tuition price by lowering it $14,000.
Now Utica College has the best private college price among all of our peer institutions in the Northeast – and that’s before the financial aid we award as scholarships and grants to bring down your cost even further.
But if you want the best college value, you have to look beyond cost alone. It also takes a personally relevant education and successful outcomes to ensure a great return on your educational investment. That's the Utica College advantage.
VALUE AND AFFORDABILITY
Utica College offers a customized education that is relevant to your own personal goals and to the needs of today’s job market. UC offers:
- Innovative Degree Programs that fill emerging marketplace niches
- Expert Professors who are both accomplished scholars and practitioners in their fields
- Practical blend of knowledge with skill building for career application
- Advanced Training on the same equipment and technologies used in industry
- Hands-On Experiential Learning via internships, applied research, and study abroad
- Personalized Mentoring, career advising, and links to professional networks
- Comprehensive Core Curriculum that expands perspective and versatility
- Purposeful Development of communication, analytical, social, and quantitative skills
I don't have to worry about finding a job after I graduate. I have a great job waiting for me in Dallas, Texas. I can't thank Utica College enough for that.
The Utica College advantage:
In small classes, you get personalized support and mentorship from Utica professors. They integrate career guidance with your academic learning and help you land internships and make professional contacts.
Our alumni live and work throughout the U.S. and around the world. As a Utica graduate, you can go anywhere - to places you may never have imagined until Utica College inspired and prepared you.
Utica College awards scholarships and grants on top of federal and state financial aid. So costs are reduced for 95% of our students - often by more than half of our already low tuition price.
Utica's academic programs are targeted for practical career application. Expert professors, advanced equipment, and hands-on experiences ensure your learning is relevant to the job market.
Utica graduates exceed their expected earning potential. Their average salary places them in the top third of earners among college graduates nationally, according to The New York Times.
Utica Value: The Best College For You
A brief look at what makes Utica College the best college for you.
Listen to voices from across the College community talk about the value of a Utica College education.
Utica Value: Cassie Plows
Watch our television spot featuring Cassie Plows G'18, a graduate of Utica College's physical therapy program.
Utica Value: Jordan Leogrande
Watch our television spot featuring Jordan Leogrande '19, a senior in Utica College's construction management program.
Utica Value: Marcus Recile
Watch our television spot featuring Marcus Recile '19, a student in Utica College's biology program with a focus on botany and horticulture.
Utica Value: Kyle Carr
Of the several job offers he received when he graduated from Utica College, Kyle Carr '17 chose a career-track cybersecurity position with a top consulting firm in Boston.
Utica Value: Taylor Paine
Before Taylor Paine '17 even earned her degree in construction management at Utica College, she had a career-track position waiting for her.
Utica Value: Tony Nguyen
Right after his graduation from Utica College's accounting program, Tony Nguyen '17 took a job as Deputy Budget Director for the City of Utica.
Utica Value: Mikhail Bushinski
After earning his dual degree in Government and Politics and Economics, next stop for Mik Bushinski '17 is Yale Law School - one of five top-tier law schools he was accepted to.
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