Utica College is a 4-year private institution founded in 1946 and located in central New York, in the town of the same name. Utica offers 38 undergraduate majors on its 128-acre campus along with 31 minors and 21 graduate programs. UC students can opt to earn their degrees online in five areas of study, which include Crime Prevention, Health Care, and Cybersecurity, or spend time abroad through opportunities in 21 countries. The Utica campus is also home to several institutes and centers, including the Applied Ethics Institute and Center for Ergonomic Analysis and Research. Outside of academia, students can join clubs and organizations, get involved in the InterGreek Council or Student Government Association, or start their own activity.