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The State University of New York. Operation Inform. SUNY: A Place for Everyone. www.suny.edu/student. Representatives will provide: Summary of SUNY Overview of campus types Unique campus features New initiatives across the system . Workshop Description. Nation’s largest

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The State University of New York

Operation Inform

SUNY: A Place for Everyone

www.suny.edu/student

workshop description
Representatives will provide:

Summary of SUNY

Overview of campus types

Unique campus features

New initiatives across the system

Workshop Description
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Nation’s largest

comprehensive system:

64 campuses across NYS

Large and small; urban and rural

Over 6000 programs of study

certificate to doctorate degrees

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Nearly ½ million students enrolled
  • Throughout NYS and across the US
  • Over 160 foreign countries
  • 40% NYS graduates enroll

Liberal arts, professional and technical programs

Selectivity varies across sectors and campuses

Opportunity, access and affordability

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Learning in and out of the classroom
  • Study Abroad

300 programs in over 51 countries

  • SUNY Learning Network

4,000 courses, over 60 programs, 70,000 students

  • Extra-curricular activities

Hundreds of clubs and organizations

  • Athletics

Division I, II, III, NJCAA, NCAA

university centers doctoral granting institutions
University Centers & Doctoral Granting Institutions

Comprehensive

  • Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, Stony Brook

Special Mission

  • Ceramics
  • Cornell: Agriculture & Life Sciences, Human Ecology,

Veterinary Medicine, Industrial & Labor Relations

  • Environmental Science & Forestry
  • Optometry

Health Science Centers

  • Downstate Medical, Upstate Medical, Stony Brook
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University Centers & Doctoral Granting Institutions
  • Enrollments - 1,000 to over 17,000
  • Teaching, research and advanced graduate and professional studies are priorities
  • Bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees
  • Honors programs - small classroom settings within the larger university
  • Nationally and internationally renowned faculty
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University Centers & Doctoral Granting Institutions

Campus Undergrad Enrollment SAT ACT GPA

  • Albany 11,400 1110-1260 23-27 88-94
  • Binghamton 11,034 1190-1340 25-28 90-95
  • Univ Buffalo 17,636 1120-1270 23-28 89-95
  • Stony Brook 14,100 1120-1270 23 - 27 87-93
  • College of Ceramics

at Alfred University 676 1040-1220 24-28 84-92

Cornell University:

  • Agriculture & Life

Sciences 3,230 1260-1430 25-31 - - -

  • Human Ecology 1,208 1280-1440 28-32 - - -
  • Industrial & Labor

Relations 800 1270-1440 28-32 - - -

  • Env. Science & Forestry 1,250 1050-1220 - - - 87-91

*Scores shown reflect middle 50% and reflect on fall August 2005 numbers.

what s new
What’s New?

Albany- $78 Million Life Science Research Building

Binghamton - Events Center

Buffalo - More than $2.8 million awarded in merit based scholarships - one in three incoming students

Stony Brook - New majors in Athletic Training and Chemical/Molecular Engineering

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What’s New?

Cornell (Industrial and Labor Relations) one of a kind curriculum in Industrial and Labor Relations building on special interest in a variety of fields

ESF – US News ranked 46th among public National Universities

Optometry - 20% more than national average pass the licensing exam on first try

Upstate Medical - New programs in Medical Biotechnology and Doctorate in Physical Therapy

Downstate Medical – New Accelerated Nursing Program

university colleges
University Colleges
  • New Paltz
  • Old Westbury
  • Oneonta
  • Oswego
  • Plattsburgh
  • Potsdam
  • Purchase
  • Brockport
  • Buffalo State
  • Cortland
  • Empire State
  • Fredonia
  • Geneseo
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University Colleges
  • Undergraduate enrollments from 3,000 to 9,000
  • Recognized as leaders in undergraduate instruction
  • Bachelor’s and master’s degrees in liberal arts and sciences, and professional disciplines
  • Honors program, research, internships, study abroad
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University Colleges

Campus Undergrad Enrollment SAT ACT GPA

  • Brockport 6,980 1030-1170 21-25 87-93
  • Buffalo State 9,590 920-1060 18-21 82-88
  • Cortland 5,969 1050-1140 22-25 86-92
  • Fredonia 4,954 1040-1200 22-26 86-92
  • Geneseo 4,950 1200-1350 26-29 91-96
  • New Paltz 6,191 1100-1290 24-29 90-92
  • Westbury 3,262 910-1040 - - - 80-85
  • Oneonta 5,600 1050-1120 22-24 87-92
  • Oswego 7,200 1040-1190 21-25 85-91
  • Plattsburgh 5,275 1000-1120 21-24 83-89
  • Potsdam 3,539 1020-1200 22-28 85-92
  • Purchase 3,920 1000-1180 - - - 81-89
  • Empire State 9,313 - - - - - - - - -

* Scores shown reflect middle 50% and reflect on fall August 2005 enrollment numbers

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What’s New?

Brockport– Extensive renovations across campus

Buffalo State – Volunteer and service learning center

Cortland – National Accreditation for all Teacher Education programs

Empire State – Unique program in Fire Science and MAT program for urban school districts

Fredonia – New 500+ seat recital hall

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Geneseo – New majors in International Relations, Musical Theater

New Paltz – New residence hall and Student Health and Counseling Center

Old Westbury – New radio station and state-of-the-art TV studio

Oneonta – New apartment style residence hall

What’s New?

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What’s New?

Oswego– Over $2.5 million in merit scholarships to entering class

Plattsburgh– New programs in Communications, Journalism and Media Production

Potsdam– New B.S. Degrees in Biology and Chemistry

Purchase– New programs in Arts Management and Environmental Studies

technology colleges
Technology Colleges
  • Farmingdale State
  • Maritime
  • Morrisville State
  • SUNYIT
  • Alfred State
  • Canton
  • Cobleskill
  • Delhi
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Technology Colleges
  • Enrollments from 600 to 6,000
  • Hands-on education, cutting edge technologies
  • Certificate, associate and bachelor’s degree programs – Master’s offered at two campuses
  • Learning opportunities in a student-centered environment
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Technology Colleges

Campus Undergrad Enrollment SAT ACT GPA

  • Alfred State 3,600 890-1090 17-24 79-86

Baccalaureate only 750 1040-1200 21-26 85-90

  • Canton 2,600 850-1040 17-21 76-82

Baccalaureate only 250 920-1100 21-24 85-91

  • Cobleskill 2,484 810-1050 17-22 76-84

Baccalaureate only 521 900-1100 19-24 75-88

  • Delhi 2,491 880-1100 16-21 76-82

Baccalaureate only 300 980-1110 - - - 79-87

  • Farmingdale 5970 950-1100 - - - 78-86
  • Maritime College 1,000 1000-1140 - - - 80-88
  • Morrisville 3,383 830-1040 - - - 77-85

Baccalaureate only 285 930-1130 - - - 80-87

  • SUNYIT 1983 1040-1200 - - - 85-91

Scores shown reflect middle 50% and reflect on fall August 2005 numbers

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What’s New?

Alfred State – $10 million in engineering technology building renovations

Canton – Two new teams - baseball and women’s lacrosse

Cobleskill – New A.S. programs in Communications and Health Science, new B.S. in Child Care Development

Delhi – New 150 bed suite style residence hall facility

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What’s New?

Farmingdale– New degrees in Bioscience and Technology Studies

Maritime– Football returns!

Morrisville– Entrepreneurial Institute

SUNYIT- $19 Million grant to house U.S. Department of Defense Reliability Information Analysis Center (RIAC)

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Community Colleges

30 campuses - 210,000 students enrolled

Certificates and Associate degrees

- A.A.S

- A.O.S.

- A.S.

- A.A.

Immediate Employment or Transfer Preparation

Affordable exploration

Curriculum variety

Open enrollment? Not always!

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Community Colleges

Many of SUNY’s best and brightest students chooseto begin at two-year colleges!

  • Flexibility
  • General education requirements are consistent across the system
  • Articulation Agreements make transfer easy
  • Phi Theta Kappa, Honors Programs
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What’s New?

Adirondack - Music program leading to an A.S. degree

Broome - Ice Center

Cayuga-Color Blind - Winner of the 2004 National Student Production Awards

Clinton -Residential complex

Columbia-Greene -Aviation

Corning -Newly renovated softball field

Dutchess - American Sign Language/English Interpreter with a Spanish option

Erie - Plastics Injection-Molding lab

FIT -Full four-year curriculum leading to a B.S. degree

Finger Lakes-Expanding the Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center on campus

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What’s New?

Fulton-Montgomery-Radiologic Technology

Genesee-#8 Fastest growing mid-sized community college by Community College Week

Herkimer-Athletic stadium

Hudson Valley -Semiconductor Manufacturing Tech

Jamestown-Cattaraugus County campus facilities

Jefferson-Fire Protection Technology

Mohawk Valley-Additional residence hall

Monroe-More residence halls

Niagara -Casino Management / Casino Operations

North Country-$4.2 million campus in Malone

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What’s New

Onondaga-Student Central

Orange-Planning stages for a branch campus in Newburgh

Rockland-“Fast Track” can be completed in one year

Schenectady-Stockade Building, housing state-of-the-art computer instructional classrooms

Suffolk -Jointly registered – unified two-year/four-year programs

Sullivan- Writers’ Lounge

Tompkins Cortland-New Media: Digital Photography

Ulster – A.S. degree in Environmental Studies

Westchester-Teaching Assistant Certificate

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For More Info…
  • Contact campuses – phone, email, visit web sites
  • Use SUNY Viewbook as a resource
  • Contact the SUNY RecruitmentResponse Center 800.342.3811
  • Visit the SUNY website at

www.suny.edu/

thank you
Thank You!

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