Thank you for your interest in Cazenovia College.
We are a four-year, coeducational college located in the lakeside Village of Cazenovia, New York, offering undergraduate degrees in over 35 academic programs, and a graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
At Cazenovia, we're focused on providing students with real-life experience that leads to real-life success. Our programs offer the opportunity to concentrate on a specific interest or to explore a variety of potential career options. In fact, 95% of our students complete at least one internship which provides "real-world" experience in their chosen field.
Our faculty’s commitment to student success is second to none. They are experienced professionals in their field who take the time to get to know students and help guide them in their career preparation. With our small class sizes and 10:1 student to faculty ratio, individual attention is a hallmark of education at Cazenovia. Our dedication to graduating future leaders can be seen in our emphasis on co-curricular and leadership programs, which encourage social and civic participation and development of leadership skills. A fact that I’m extremely proud of is that 93% of our recent graduates were employed or in grad school within six months of graduation.
We also understand the importance of providing students with an affordable education. 99% of our students receive financial aid. Our merit scholarships range from $22,000 to $31,000. When combined with other financial aid, our average cost to attend is less than most SUNY colleges. Our admissions and financial aid counselors are eager to work with families to identify financial aid opportunities.
To truly appreciate all that Cazenovia College has to offer, you must come visit. Please accept my personal invitation to tour our beautiful campus, meet with faculty, learn about our programs, and get a feel for how our personalized attention leads to successful graduates.
Information for planning a visit is available at www.cazenovia.edu/visit-caz. Or to talk with one of our admissions counselors directly, please call our Office of Admissions at 800-654-3210.
David Bergh, Ed.D.