Cazenovia College Facts

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Founded: 1824
Location: Cazenovia, New York (Madison County)
Village of Cazenovia Population: 2,835 (U.S. Census 2010)
Average Class Size: 15

Student-Faculty Ratio: 11 to 1
Faculty: 143 (58 full–time, 85 part-time)

Alumni: 11,300 (living/active)

Terms: 2 semesters (fall, spring); summer sessions

Student Body

  • Approximately 1,000 degree seeking students...more than 800 living on campus.
  • Minority student population: 28%
  • States represented: 22
  • Countries represented: 3
 
  • 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.

Academics

Majors/Programs of Study: 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 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 and 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 Extended Learning.
Divisions:  Art and Design;  Business and Management;  Humanities and Natural Sciences; Social and Behavioral Sciences; Extended Learning


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Athletics
NCAA Division III member

Women’s Teams : Basketball, Crew, Cross Country, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, and Volleyball

Men's Teams : Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer and Swimming

Intercollegiate : Cheerleading Team, Equestrian Riding Teams (IHSA & IDA), and Men’s Crew Team

Conference : North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)

Colors : Blue and Gold

Nickname : Wildcats

Intramural Sports: Full-range