October 2012

Discover Academics

If you can imagine it, you can study it at SUNY. Your students can prepare for virtually any career through SUNY’s 5,000+ undergraduate academic programs. They range from conventional career fields - such as business, education, engineering and pre-professional studies - to programs focused on future needs in cybersecurity, nanoscale science, sustainability studies and green building technologies.

What’s New? Academic Programs

SUNY continues to expand its academic offerings using Strategic Enrollment Management. This means we are mapping current academic resources and building capacity to meet the future needs of our students and the workforce. In the past year, SUNY has expanded dozens of academic programs to additional campuses in the System. A sample of these new offerings is provided below. Use our Academic Program Finder to learn where these programs are now offered.

Discover Student Services

Suite-style rooms, flat-screen televisions, common living spaces, exercise rooms and lounges . . . community college no longer equals commute! Currently, 16 of SUNY’s 30 community colleges offer housing, and three more will be opening residence halls in fall 2013. These residential opportunities focus on developing communities that facilitate learning.

What’s New? New Community College Housing

Dutchess, Fulton-Montgomery and Schenectady opened new residence halls this fall, and community colleges without residence halls offer nearby student housing.

On-Campus Housing

  • SUNY Adirondack - Fall 2013
  • Clinton
  • Corning - Fall 2013
  • Dutchess - Fall 2012
  • Fashion Institute of Technology
  • Finger Lakes
  • Fulton-Montgomery - Fall 2012
  • Genesee
  • Herkimer
  • Jamestown
  • Mohawk Valley
  • Monroe
  • Niagara
  • North Country
  • Onondaga
  • Schenectady - Fall 2012
  • Sullivan
  • Tompkins Cortland

Nearby Campus Housing

  • Broome
  • Cayuga
     (privately owned for college students only)
  • Columbia-Greene
  • Corning
  • Dutchess
  • Erie
  • Finger Lakes
  • Fulton-Montgomery
  • Herkimer
     (privately owned for college students only)
  • Hudson Valley
  • Jamestown
  • Jefferson
  • Monroe
  • Niagara
  • North Country
  • Onondaga
  • Orange
  • Rockland

Discover SUNY in New York City

SUNY's Center for Student Recruitment (CSR) is the "front door" for prospective students, family members, high school and community-based organization counselors in New York City and surrounding communities. Located directly across from Bryant Park, at the SUNY College of Optometry, the Center for Student Recruitment provides one-stop assistance with the college search and application process.

The CSR coordinates a variety of services ranging from individual student appointments, Group Information Sessions, financial aid workshops for students and professional development workshops for the counseling community. Watch for information about our early awareness pilot program for middle school students beginning in Spring 2013.

Feel free to contact your regional CSR representative!

Cynthia Marino – Bronx – Cynthia.Marino@suny.edu
Beverly Santos – Brooklyn – Beverly.Santos@suny.edu
Gail Reilly – Staten Island and New Jersey – Gail.Reilly@suny.edu
Beryl Jeffers – Westchester County – Beryl.Jeffers@suny.edu

Manhattan and Queens are shared by all recruiters.

Contact the SUNY Center for Student Recruitment to learn more.

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