Utica College is committed to the development of its students, both graduate and undergraduate, as they enter a world of interesting people, engaging ideas, and stimulating activities. In order to empower, challenge, and support students in achieving their goals, we are committed to providing academic support as well as opportunities to learn through co-curricular activities. At the same time, all Utica College students need to be aware of our expectations for student conduct, our community standards and related responsibilities, including a number of important policies and processes.
Academic resources and offices that are important to be aware of include:
For information on co-curricular activities, living and dining on campus, and other services that will help you be successful, you will want to check out information related to the following offices that will provide you with support, services and additional resources:
- Campus Dining Services
- Office of Campus Safety
- Office of Residence Life
- Office of Student Activities
- Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards
- Office of Student Affairs
- Student Wellness Center
- Student Counseling Center
- Student Health Center
- All full-time undergraduate students must carry health insurance. Utica College offers a health insurance plan for students who do not have alternate coverage which is charged to your account every semester. This charge varies semester to semester. Health insurance covers medical services not available at or through the Student Health Center. Full time students who already have alternate health insurance and do not want the student health insurance must complete an online waiver each year the student enrolls at Utica College. All international students and international visiting faculty are required to take the Utica College international health insurance plan. There is no waiver for this plan. Information on the student health insurance is available at the Student Health Center at (315) 792-3094 or visit the following link: http://www.utica.edu/finance/sfs/index.cfm.
The Student Wellness Center is located on the second floor of Strebel Center. The Student Wellness Center houses both the HEALTH and COUNSELING offices. When college is in session during the fall and spring semesters, all registered full and part time students are eligible to receive medical and counseling services at the Student Wellness Center. Service is free unless otherwise noted. All students must turn in a completed health form and immunization record.
There are key policies and procedures that are important for you to be aware of, which include (but certainly are not limited to):
- Code of Student Conduct and the student conduct process
- Information on Title IX and related processes
- Policies on sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, stalking, hazing, and bias-related behavior/hate crimes
- Policy on distribution of copyrighted material and peer-to-peer file sharing
- The Annual Campus Safety Information and Statistics Report
- Traffic and Parking Regulations
Finally, you may be thinking about what happens next, after you graduate from Utica College. If so, some key resources will be:
You can find information about these areas and more in the Utica College Student Handbook located in the drop-down menu at the top right of this page.