Utica College has several institutions that work to enhance student learning, provide experiential learning opportunities, foster relationships with a variety of organizations within the student's community, and support development within the fields of study.
The Economic Crime Institute of Utica College and Center for Identity Management and Information Protection are entities that incorporate research and idea sharing to promote the advancement of economic crime studies in education, business and government.
- :: Economic Crime Institute of Utica College - A forum for the exchange of ideas, solutions, and technology for managing the risk of economic crime and fraud
- :: Center for Identity Management and Information Protection - A research collaborative dedicated to furthering a national research agenda on identity management, information sharing, and data protection
An organization, founded by Dr. Dana Hart in 2000, provides students with a variety of guided learning opportunities to increase their knowledge and skills within the health administration field while working with various non-profit and national organizations.
- :: Leadership Institute - An applied research organization focused on fostering the growth and development of students, teams and organizations within the health care industry