Everyone has a place at SUNY

No one should be denied access to higher education due to race, color, or ability. At The State University of New York, we have stood behind this since our founding.

With our 64 campuses and regional offices, we are fully committed to providing accessible environments to all, including individuals with disabilities. As put in our mission statement, SUNY sets out to "provide to the people of New York educational services of the highest quality, with the broadest possible access, fully representative of all segments of the population in a complete range of academic, professional and vocational postsecondary programs".

At SUNY, we aim to ensure students, employees, and visitors with disabilities have equitable access to our services and programs, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other applicable federal and state regulations.

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