Rochester and Syracuse are just an hour by air from Toronto, and Cornell and Colgate are both an easy drive from either of these cities. Syracuse is a relatively large university offering a wide variety of programs for both undergraduates and graduate students. It boasts the largest chapel in the USA college system and the largest sports dome. The University of Rochester is a bit smaller, but still offers most undergraduate and graduate programs. It is affiliated with the Eastman School of Music; its students can study music at Eastman while pursuing their Rochester degrees. Rochester offers students a fifth year of study, free. Cornell is situated at one end of Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes area of the state. The small city of Ithaca holds a special relationship with the newest (and largest) of the IVY League schools. Cornell has an astounding array of programs for both undergraduate and graduate students. Colgate University may be the jewel in the crown in rural New York state. Its stunningly beautiful campus houses only undergraduate programs, with some of the best facilities one will find anywhere. Colgate student services are among the best encountered in any Liberal Arts college. The small and friendly town of Hamilton, NY, is the perfect setting for Colgate. These are four of the many wonderful college choices in New York. Photos, top to bottom: Colgate, Cornell, Rochester, Syracuse.