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Our locations in the neighboring cities of Albany and Troy, New York, offer two distinct settings to bring you one remarkable college experience.


Welcome to Russell Sage College. A small, private coeducational institution with two distinct campuses, Sage provides a learning experience as unique and diverse as its students. Focused on professional preparation and student support, a Sage education prepares you to thrive in today’s workforce and global community. WHY TWO CAMPUSES? As an undergraduate at Sage, you have the opportunity to explore, learn, and connect on both campuses. This unique advantage provides an education with more depth, a community with greater perspective, and a student life with more to enjoy.

TOP TIER Best Regional Universities (North) and Best Value Schools U.S. News & World Report



of 50 Best Small Colleges in the Nation Best College Reviews

11:1 student to faculty ratio

why sage? For more than 100 years, Sage has provided affordable professional preparation with a liberal arts foundation, graduating well-prepared and well-rounded individuals who excel in the workforce. What does this mean for you? You get an exceptional, hands-on learning experience in a thoughtful environment that provides small classes, caring faculty, and unwavering student support.

Outside of the classroom, Sage students engage in numerous activities to enhance their education and promote career preparedness. All students participate in an internship, clinical, research project or experiential learning. Additionally, our study abroad programs give students the opportunity to apply and expand their education in a foreign culture.


of graduates employed or continuing their education through graduate school

majors & programs

Sage offers more than 24 programs across our two coed campuses. For students considering advanced programs, we also have multiple accelerated pathways to graduate degrees. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Academic Exploration (Undecided) Art + Extended Media Biology Business Administration • Marketing • Organizational Studies • Sport Management Creative Art Therapy • Dance • Music • Theatre • Visual Art Childhood Education • English • History • Life Science English Graphic + Media Design Health Sciences History Interior + Spatial Design Law & Society • Criminal Justice • Legal Studies • Psychology • Sociology Musical Theatre Nursing Nutrition Physical Education Psychology Public Health Sociology Sport & Recreation Management Theatre Writing & Contemporary Thought

PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS Pre-Med Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Dental Pre-Veterinary Pre-Law ACCELERATED UNDERGRADUATE TO GRADUATE PROGRAMS 3+3 / 4+3 Physical Therapy 3+2 / 4+2 Occupational Therapy 4+1 Physical Education to MS Health Education COMBINED PROGRAMS Business Administration to: • Master of Business Administration (MBA) • MS in Organization Management • MS in Health Services Administration Childhood Education to: • MS in Special Education • MS in Literacy Education NATIONALLY ACCREDITED PROGRAMS Art + Design Business Education Nursing Nutrition and Dietetics Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES The Women’s Institute Sage THRIVE Study Abroad

athletics & clubs

Sage is a small college with a huge athletic presence. The Gators have 17 teams in the NCAA Division III Empire 8 conference and our student athletes have appeared at seven NCAA tournaments. WOMEN’S Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Lacrosse Soccer Softball Tennis Track and Field Volleyball

MEN’S Basketball Cross Country Golf Lacrosse Soccer Tennis Track and Field Volleyball

Sage also offers more than 60 student clubs and organizations on both campuses. From the professional Theatre Institute at Sage and the Opalka Gallery, to our community chorus, Sage Singers—and many academic, multicultural, religious, service, and game clubs in between— you will have countless opportunities to meet new people and experience new adventures at Sage. FOR MORE INFORMATION Athletics program: sagegators.com Clubs and organizations: sage.edu/student-life/clubs-organizations

admission information APPLICATION PROCESS For full consideration for acceptance and institutional aid and scholarships, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible through Common App or the Russell Sage College online application. SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL AID Sage awards more than $19 million each year to students in the form of institutional grants and scholarships. Academically competitive merit scholarships are also available, ranging from $13,000 to $20,000 per year, as well as other specialty scholarships. Federal and state financial aid may be available to qualified students who complete the FAFSA. TRANSFER STUDENTS Sage proudly welcomes transfer students into our community, making up a large and active part of our new student population. We aim to make the transition process as seamless as possible with transfer-specific admission events, including orientation. Our credit guidelines, academic evaluation, and articulation agreements with numerous local colleges help transfer students assess and complete degree requirements as easily as possible. FOR MORE INFORMATION Visit: admission.sage.edu

plan your visit The best way to learn about Russell Sage College is to see it for yourself. Plan a visit to our Troy or Albany campus—or both! They’re just a short drive away from each other.


Rochester Buffalo

87 Syracuse


Troy Boston

3-HOUR DRIVE: Boston New York City Syracuse


Albany Campus New York City



To schedule a campus tour or attend an admission event, visit:


Office of Admission admission@sage.edu Albany: 518-292-1730 Troy: 518-244-2217 @SageAdmission @sage_admission @SageAdmission Join our Sage Community on the ZeeMee app

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