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Location: Cazenovia, New York (Madison County)
Village of Cazenovia Population: 2,835 (U.S. Census 2010)
Average Class Size: 15
Student-Faculty Ratio: 12 to 1
Faculty: 129 (57 full–time, 72 part-time)
Alumni: 11,300 (living/active)
Terms: 2 semesters (fall, spring); summer and winter sessions
Majors/Programs of Study:
- Approximately 1,000 degree seeking students...more than 800 living on campus.
- Minority student population: 28%
- States represented: 26
- More than 90% of students receive some form of financial aid.
- Both need-based and academic scholarships are available.
- Academic Achievement Awards recognize leadership and academics.
Biology, Business, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies, English, Environmental Biology, Fashion Design, Human Services: Alcohol/Substance Abuse, Human Services: Children and Youth, Human Services: Counseling/Mental Health, Human Services: Generalist, Inclusive Adolescence Education: Biology 7-12, Inclusive Adolescence Education: English 7-12, Inclusive Adolescence Education: Social Studies 7-12, Inclusive Early Childhood Education, Inclusive Elementary Education, Interior Design, International Studies, Liberal Studies, Management: Accounting, Management: Business Management, Management: Equine Business Management, Management: Fashion Merchandising, Management: Health Care Management, Management: Sport Management, Psychology, Social Science, Studio Art, Studio Art: Photography, Visual Communications, Visual Communications: Advertising Design, Visual Communications: Graphic Design, Visual Communications: Illustration/Animation, Visual Communications: Web/Interactive Design
Baccalaureate Degrees Offered:
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Fine Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor of Professional Studies
Cazenovia College also offers associate degrees in arts, applied sciences, and science through the Center for Career and Extended Learning.
Divisions: Art and Design; Business and Management; Humanities and Natural Sciences; Social and Behavioral Sciences
NCAA Division III member
North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
Baseball, Basketball (M,W), Cross Country (M,W), Equestrian Riding, Lacrosse (M,W), Soccer (M,W), Softball, Swimming & Diving (M,W), Women's Volleyball
Dodge Ball, Flag Football, Floor Hockey, 3-on-3 Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball
Cheerleading, Crew (Co-ed), Men’s and Women’s Golf, Men’s and Women’s Tennis, and Men’s Volleyball
Blue and Gold