“SUNY campuses across New York State continue to be ranked favorably by nationwide publications and
recognized for their outstanding quality, accessibility, and unsurpassed value.
“Today’s release of the 2011
Best Colleges Rankings by U.S. News and World Report includes many
highlights from SUNY campuses.
“SUNY dominates the Top
Ten list of Best Regional Universities in the North, with SUNY
Geneseo ranked 2nd; SUNY New Paltz, 7th; SUNY Oneonta, 9th; and SUNY
Fredonia, 10th. Three SUNY schools are among the Top 50 Public National
Universities: SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry, Binghamton University, and Stony Brook University.
“Additionally, two SUNY
schools—Binghamton University and the University at Buffalo—are the only two in
New York State, public or private, to make the publication's list of
schools where students graduate with the least amount of debt.
“Congratulations to the
campus presidents, faculty, staff, and students who are responsible for SUNY's
consistent placement among these prominent rankings.”
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