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Cazenovia College

Cazenovia College (visited 7/24/15)

~Caz quad 2I was surprised at how compact campus was. The main part of campus is encompassed by the equivalent of a large city block with several buildings across the streets along the perimeter. The main street of Cazenovia is literally a block away from the main campus, and Cazenovia Lake is a short 4-block walk away.

~Caz bell“If you want to know a lot of people and been known by a lot of people, this is the place for you,” said the admissions representative.

~Caz studentEven in the summer, students were populating the main quad on campus, sunbathing, talking in groups, and sitting at picnic tables. Almost 90% of students live on campus. Most students stay on campus until senior year, at which point, they do have the option of moving off “but moving off could affect scholarships and Financial Aid, so most elect to stay,” said the rep. There are some scholarship that come with residential requirements, but some students will elect to take a lower-level scholarship that will enable them to move off.

~Caz 4Cazenovia is located about 20 miles from downtown Syracuse in the small town of Cazenovia. They’re squarely in the middle of “Equine Alley,” as one of the students put it. There are lots of horse (and other types of) farms, and students can major in Equine Business Management. Other business tracks include Accounting, Fashion Merchandising, Health Care Management, Management, and Sports Management. The students in the Sports track worked at the Super Bowl last year doing event management!

~Caz 2Other strong and popular programs are:

~Caz flowersStudents who thrive here are those who want a solid Liberal Arts education with hands-on, practical experience. “B students are going to be fine here. If you’re a B-/C student . . . dazzle me with your essay,” said the admissions rep.

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