Overview

Overview

The State University of New York at Cortland – also known as SUNY Cortland – is situated in Cortland, New York. The award-winning institution offers over 90 undergraduate and graduate programmes, including the largest nationally-accredited teacher education programme on the East Coast. Accolades for SUNY Cortland include being voted as one of the greenest colleges in the United States and being named one of the top 100 best values in public colleges (Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine). SUNY Cortland has a safe campus, with various models of residence halls and over 100 clubs and organisations for students.
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COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS
Source: College Board

3,35,360

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

6,05,105

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

12,74,775

POSTGRADUATE

17,34,234

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Great!

Sujata Mandal, M.S. (Sustainable Energy System) A review of my experience at SUNY Cortland.
During my study in SUNY Cortland, I had a substantial growth—rising as a global human with an international understanding and intercultural competency. I involved myself in integrative and reflective learning exp read full review

Sujata Mandal, M.S. (Sustainable Energy System) A review of my experience at SUNY Cortland. During my study in SUNY Cortland, I had a substantial growth—rising as a global human with an international understanding and intercultural competency. I involved myself in integrative and reflective learning experiences. My study on renewable energy in SUNY Cortland validated the central tenets of my field of interest and demonstrated the diversity of decision-making patterns for various energy issues and influences that shaped my intent to pursue further research. My study certainly improved the post-graduate career opportunities. Life in Cortland was an understanding of the unique contexts of the world outside India. I had the opportunity to interact with the community agencies like CAPCO that enhanced my understanding of the local issues. I greatly enjoyed the visits to the local schools for projects on green efficiency buildings. My life as a student and an adjunct faculty in Cortland was an opportunity to meet an increasingly diverse population, acquire unique experiences, improve intercultural skills and make a career preparation in the US. From the practical perspective, I have accomplished a lot here. The college promoted both adventure and culture through fun trip to the Niagara Falls, apple picking in the neighborhood cider gardens, and thanks giving dinner with our college President. The beautiful landscapes of Cortland offer the best place for peaceful living. In this increasingly global environment, I developed the ability to communicate effectively with people from different cultures through the internship and high-quality community programs. Cortland international student office often investigated student concerns and expectations, which is unique in the sense that it makes life simple for students from outside the US. SUNY Cortland has helped to give shape to my dreams and future career. show less

image Keya, India 5

Wonderful!

I am passionate about exploring the different perspectives in public health and human relationship. With an interest in the behavioral and psychosocial aspects of health and wellness, I came to study in SUNY at Cortland. The chance to study in a foreign country as well as travel around a continent intro read full review

I am passionate about exploring the different perspectives in public health and human relationship. With an interest in the behavioral and psychosocial aspects of health and wellness, I came to study in SUNY at Cortland. The chance to study in a foreign country as well as travel around a continent introduced me to new ideas, develop cross-cultural communication skills, visit new places and meet with diverse communities. Inclined towards research on health risk factors and resilience of the vulnerable populations, the study of Community Health, and the Graduate Assistantship, helped me to get hand-on experience on the vital issues and services related to health education in the US. I am particularly interested in epidemiology and the climate change effect on disease. Without realizing it at first, my semesters helped to confirm what I am most interested in pursuing for future research in public health. The experience in Cortland was an opportunity to become a human from the global perspective. I feel like I have a better perception of the world outside India, making connections with countless people that may be helpful in my future endeavors. From an empirical point of view, I have accomplished a lot here. The college promoted both adventure and culture, besides academic knowledge. We had a pleasant trip organized to the Niagara Falls, enjoyed a couple of hospitable dinners with the President of our college, and often went apple picking to the nearby apple gardens. I enjoyed the sunshine, the natural landscape, strawberries and often explored Cortland on a bike. I had adventures I never would have imagined before in ‘Lime Hollow’ and made memories and new friends to last me a lifetime. My life has changed. I was an independent person before, and now culturally competent, experienced and matured to adapt to a new environment, and learn from new resources. show less