The State University of New York College at Cortland, also called SUNY College at Cortland, is located in Cortland, New York. It was originally founded as the Cortland Normal School in the year 1848. It became a full 4-year college in 1868. The college comprises of three academic divisions which include arts and sciences, education, and professional studies. SUNY College at Cortland offers the students over 60 majors and more than 40 minors to choose from.
The main campus of the college covers more than 190 acres of land. It consists of over 25 traditional and modern buildings. The sports teams of SUNY College at Cortland are nicknamed the Red Dragons. Some of the notable alumni of the college are Mick Foley, professional wrestler; Carol E. St John, playwright and artist; Zane Lamprey, television host, actor, and writer; and R-Kal Truluck, professional football player.
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