Disability Resources Office
Van Hoesen Hall, Room C-17
The mission of the Disability Resources Office is to lead SUNY Cortland's efforts to include students living with disabilities in a welcoming, vibrant, diverse and accessible college community.
Extended Learning Office
Miller Building, Room 230
The Extended Learning Office coordinates summer and winter session, courses in high schools, and nontraditional educational programs.
Field Experience and School Partnerships Office
Education Building, Room 1105
The Field Experience and School Partnerships Office coordinates early field experience and student teaching placements for teacher candidates within the schools of Education, Professional Studies and Arts and Sciences, as well as internships for students majoring in other areas.
Financial Aid Office
Miller Building, Second Floor
Financial Aid Office
607-753-2500, The Help Center
607-753-2509/2820, Research Help
607-753-2221, Director's Office
The Library is an integral part of the SUNY Cortland academic community and supports the vision of diverse learning experiences by expanding the classroom experience with information, resources, technology and assistance in community-oriented spaces.
Multicultural Life and Diversity Office
Corey Union, Room 407-A
The Multicultural Life and Diversity Office (MLDO) is committed to fostering a community of learners who contribute to an environment of inclusive and academic excellence based on the values of human difference and individual contribution.
Outdoor Education Facilities
William H. Parks Family Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education
Professional Studies Building, Room 1131
Parks Family Outdoor Center
Opportunities for study and fieldwork in the outdoors abound, and many of Cortland's academic departments make use of three adjunct campuses developed by the university to support outdoor and environmental education programs.
William H. Parks Family Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education at Raquette Lake
540 Antlers Rd.
Raquette Lake, NY 13436
Students from all disciplines enjoy opportunities to learn how to use the outdoors as a classroom for academic subjects and to develop an appreciation for the outdoor environment.
- Antlers: Located on the west side of Raquette Lake, Antlers serves both as a site for conferences and outdoor education as well as a docking area for those embarking to Camp Huntington.
- Camp Huntington: The university provides the natural setting at Camp Huntington for students to examine many aspects of the environment. The camp's forests, bogs and meadows serve as outdoor laboratories for courses in the natural sciences.
Hoxie Gorge Nature Preserve at William H. Parks Family Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education
Bowers Hall, Room 37
Biological Sciences Department
Bowers Hall, Room 240
Hoxie Gorge is a 169-acre natural area close to the main campus. It provides many different environments that include a stream running through the gorge area, mature woodlands and old fields. The McDermott Nature Trail provides access to these areas.
Brauer Memorial Field Station at William H. Parks Family Center for Environmental and Outdoor Education
560 Old Quarry Rd.
Selkirk, NY 12158
The W. H. Parks Family Outdoor Center, Brauer Field Station is the only major geological facility in the State University of New York. It is an area known to geologists as a classic region of fossiliferous limestone and shale formations of the Devonian age.
Student Life Center, Room 1201
The Recreational Sports program provides a variety of recreational opportunities that contribute to the overall health and well-being of the entire SUNY Cortland community.
Residence Life and Housing Office
Van Hoesen Hall, Room B-33
The Residence Life and Housing Office is responsible for the administration of the university's residence halls and apartments. All of the residential facilities are co-educational and are staffed by professional residence hall directors and student staff.
Student Accounts Office
Miller Building, Room 323
The Student Accounts Office is responsible for coordinating billing, posting payments made on student accounts, managing the monthly payment plan, processing financial aid payments and coordinating payments with third-party sponsors.
Student Affairs offers high-quality programs and services to maximize opportunities for student learning and success, both in and out of the classroom.
Student Health Service
Van Hoesen Hall, Room B-26
The Student Health Service provides accessible, high-quality health care to all SUNY Cortland students.
Student Registration and Record Services
Miller Building, Room 223
Student Registration and Record Services manages academic records, data and compliance; supports students, faculty and community in related issues; and coordinates academic processes including registration, degree verification, and transcripts.
The Help Center
The Help Center
Memorial Library, First Floor
As the starting point for all technology and library inquiries, The Help Center provides educational resources, including access to technology, equipment, study spaces and books.
The Learning Center (TLC)
Van Hoesen Hall, Room B-205
The Learning Center (TLC) provides tutoring and other academic support programs to all undergraduate and graduate students in a safe, inclusive environment that promotes student agency and helps students develop critical, reflective thinking skills.
Title IX Office
Miller Building, Room 404
Title IX protects students, employees, applicants for admission and employment, and other persons from all forms of sex discrimination, including discrimination based on gender identity or gender expression or not conforming to stereotypical notions of masculinity or femininity.
University Police Department (UPD)
Whitaker Hall, Room 110
Emergencies: 607-753-2111 or 911
Law enforcement and personal safety are coordinated by the University Police Department. The office is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Statistics Act
SUNY Cortland publishes a Campus Security and Fire Safety Report in compliance with Code 20, United States Code Section 1092 (f) the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Statistics Act and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). This document is available from the Admissions Office, University Police Department and the Student Affairs Office, 607-753-4721.
Brockway Hall, Room 216
The goal of the Writing Center is to provide a supportive, comfortable, and safe environment where, through thoughtful response and facilitation, we help writers develop as they develop their writing.