Applying to SUNY
applySUNY is an application portal that allows you to complete an application for admission, any required supplemental applications and your academic record all in one place. What's more, these documents are accepted by virtually all SUNY campuses. Submit your documents once, and they will be transmitted to as many SUNY campuses as you designate. It's fast, easy and green!
10 Easy Steps to your Future at SUNY
1. Determine Your Campus and Curriculum Selections.
You can apply to multiple campuses using a single application. You should determine your campus and curriculum selections before starting your application.
2. Preview the Application.
If you wish to view the questions and prepare your answers before beginning your online application, print our Online Application Worksheet.
3. Create Your Account.
The first time you use applySUNY, you will be required to create an account. You must supply a valid email address and password so that you can return to work on your application over several sessions.
4. Complete Your Application.
You will be presented with several pages of questions to complete. Complete the questions on each page.
5. Pay Your Application Fee.
When you have completed your application and are ready to submit it, you can pay your application fees via a credit card, debit card, or you can mail a check or money order to the Application Services Center. There is a non-refundable application fee of $50 per campus selection.
6. Submit Your Application.
You will receive confirmation of submission by mail and by email. You can check back at applySUNY in 48 hours to view your application status online.
7. Send Your Additional Forms.
Freshman applicants should print and give the School Counselor Form to your high school counselor to complete. International applicants should print forms FSA-2, FSA-3, and FSA-4 and mail directly to the colleges to which you apply.
8. Submit Your Supplemental Applications.
In addition to your online application, some campuses may require or recommend a supplemental application, which may include an essay question. You will be directed to return to applySUNY to complete those supplemental applications.
9. Submit Your SUNY Online Academic Record.
If you are a high school student, you can use the SUNY Online Academic Record (SOAR) to submit your high school courses and grades, as well as your SAT and ACT test scores online.
If you are a transfer student or adult learner, you should request an official transcript be sent directly to the campuses to which you are applying.
10. Wait for Your Decision(s).
You will receive an admission decision from each college to which you apply.
Questions? Contact the Recruitment Response Center.