Cazenovia College

Founded in 1824, Cazenovia College is a small, independent, coeducational college offering baccalaureate programs in the liberal arts and professional studies. Embracing student success as its primary mission, Cazenovia College comprises a diverse yet close-knit residential community that fosters intellectual, social, and ethical growth. The Colleges experiential and co-curricular learning opportunities and dedicated team of faculty and staff provide for an individualized educational experience that balances academic and student life. Throughout its long history, Cazenovia College has been a community focused on learning, nourished by diversity, and strengthened by integrity, providing a range of superior opportunities for personal and professional success in a supportive and rewarding environment. Graduates of Cazenovia College possess the knowledge and skills necessary to become informed and successful participants in the global community. Cazenovia College has an opportunity to create educational experiences that are individualized for students, matching skill sets with available programs and co-curricular offerings. This individualized approach to the educational experience is what sets Cazenovia apart from others.

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School Details

school_type year_founded religious_affiliation academic_calendar year_2016_endowment address telephone
Private, Coed 1824 N/A Semester $29.7 million + 22 Sullivan Street, Cazenovia, NY 13035 (315) 655-7000
overall score total score state city online paying global
47 100.0 New York Cazenovia 570

Tuition & Expenses

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Room and board $14,210 (2017-18)


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Average need-based scholarship or grant award (freshmen) $32,523
Students who received need-based scholarship or grant aid (freshmen) 90%
Average non-need-based scholarship or grant award (freshmen) $18,256
Average non-need-based athletic scholarship or grant award (freshmen) N/A

Financial Aid

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Used GI Bill benefits to partially or fully finance tuition and fees 0%
Average total indebtedness of 2016 graduating class $33,631
Graduating students who have borrowed (any loan type, 2016) 94%


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Average need-based self-help aid award (freshmen) $1,250
Students who received need-based self-help aid (freshmen) 83%