MAILING ADDRESS Mailing Address: Kathleen Bauman Geher VH203B SUNY New Paltz 1 Hawk Drive New Paltz, NY 12561
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Vandenberg Hall (School of Business)
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Athletic and Wellness Center
Applying to SUNY New Paltz CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE BASED ON: COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM ÖSYM SCORES COPY OF DIPLOMA All documents can be submitted online in a program called Studio Abroad.
Instructions on Applying to the Dual Diploma Programs Step 1: Go to https://studioabroad.newpaltz.edu/?go=ITUECONEW and click on Apply Now.
Applying to SUNY New Paltz REQUIRED TOEFL SCORES Paper-based or institutional TOEFL (given by SUNY) = 550 Internet TOEFL (iBT) = 74 IELTS (6.5 overall) Scores need to be submitted to SUNY New Paltz: sent by ETS (#2541), official score sheet faxed, or signed letter from SUNY official.
Getting to SUNY New Paltz Application for F-1 Student Visa Must complete required financial documents; you must document enough funds to cover the full costs of study at New Paltz. See Student Accounts website for breakdown of costs: Information on costs will also be provided to you. Once application is complete, New Paltz will issue an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility. Yigit Ben Balkaya or Katie Lansford from the SUNY Ankara office can provide more information on the visa process in
Estimated* Costs for Extended Spring 2014 Expected total: $23,000 Tuition and Fees Tuition $11,800 Fees $900 Health ins.$700 Living Costs Room$4,600 Room$4,600 Food$2,600 Food$2,600 Other$2,400 Other$2,400 *Estimated costs based on predicted increases. Payment plans are available.
My.newpaltz.edu Students can get valuable information from this student website, including: Students can get valuable information from this student website, including: Your class schedule Your class schedule Your room assignment Your room assignment Your health records Your health records Your bill Your bill Your holds (blocks) on your account. Your holds (blocks) on your account.
Academic Policies (available on the website) You must have a minimum GPA of 1.9 to come to SUNY New Paltz. New students must maintain a cGPA of 2.00 for economics and 2.75 for business. Students who fall below these levels will be put on academic probation. The cGPA must be raised to the appropriate level the following semester to avoid dismissal.
Choosing classes at New Paltz You will be able to choose some of elective classes at New Paltz. You will be able to choose some of elective classes at New Paltz. General elective (GE) classes are actually requirements; business students take ART, WEST, HUM, and USST. General elective (GE) classes are actually requirements; business students take ART, WEST, HUM, and USST. Economics students take ART and HUM, along with two writing courses. Economics students take ART and HUM, along with two writing courses. You can search by Attribute (GE3) in the online course catalog to make selections. You can search by Attribute (GE3) in the online course catalog to make selections.
Studying at SUNY New Paltz Orientation, Course Registration and the Start of Classes We hold an orientation session for new students at the start of each spring semester. Attendance is mandatory so we can help you get the best start at New Paltz. Travel and orientation dates will be published on the website
Reminders Check the dual diploma and academic schedule websites for information on travel dates and spring/summer calendars. Be sure to book your flight on the date that we will provide a ride from the airport. Register for classes by the deadline. Upload all required documents and read information sent to you. You should keep copies of all original documents.