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1 Which SUNY are You?

2 SUNY: More opportunities for you to pursue your goals than any other state university system in the nation.

3  Do not confuse cost with worth  All public colleges are not the same  All public institutions are not large  Many public universities are selective in admission, including SUNY  Merit scholarships, honors programs, small classes…are available at SUNY A Few Considerations

4 Choice  64 individual campuses  Urban, rural, large and small  Distance learning  Study abroad  Over 5,000 undergraduate programs Why SUNY?

5 Opportunity  Undergraduate research  Outstanding faculty  Diversity  Access Why SUNY?

6 Success  Over 2.8 million alumni  Virtually any career imaginable can be found at SUNY  Internship and career search/exploration opportunities  Graduate schools and pre-professional programs  Notable alumni Why SUNY?

7 Value  Among America’s Best College Buys  Tuition and fees remain low and very competitive nationally

8 SUNY Campus Types  University Centers and Doctoral Degree Granting Institutions  University Colleges  Technology Colleges  Community Colleges

9 University Centers and Doctoral Degree Granting Institutions  1,000 to over 19,000 undergraduates  Research institutions  Degree programs through doctorate, professional schools  Undergraduate honors programs  University Centers: NCAA Division I athletics

10 Albany U Buffalo Binghamton Stony Brook University Centers

11 Environmental Science & Forestry Colleges with Special Missions Optometry U pstate Medical Downstate Medical College of Ceramics at Alfred U Cornell

12 University Colleges  3,500 to over 9,000 undergraduates  Small cities and towns  Bachelor’s & Master’s  Primarily liberal arts and sciences with pre-professional  Undergraduate honors programs  NCAA Division III athletics

13 Brockport University Colleges Buffalo State Cortland Empire State Fredonia Geneseo New Paltz Old Westbury Oneonta Oswego Plattsburgh Potsdam Purchase

14 Technology Colleges  1,600 to over 6,000 undergraduates  Hands-on education in cutting-edge technologies along with traditional disciplines  Certificate, AOS, AAS, AA/AS, BS, BT, Master’s at Maritime and SUNYIT  NCAA Division III—Cobleskill, Farmingdale, Maritime, Morrisville, SUNYIT  NJCAA Division III – Alfred State, Delhi  USCAA -- Canton

15 Alfred State Technology Colleges Canton Cobleskill Delhi Farmingdale Maritime Morrisville SUNYIT

16 Community Colleges  30 campuses  1,700 to over 15,000 full-time students  Certificates degrees = immediate employment  Associate degrees = transfer preparation  Full- or part-time study, day or evening study  Commute or reside on-campus  Affordable exploration  Open enrollment? Not always

17 Community Colleges

18 SUNY General Education Requirements  Common, system-wide learning goals  No less than 30 credits in seven of eight knowledge and skill areas and two competencies  Prepare students for the job market  Are helpful in defining interests and competencies for undecided students

19 SUNY Application Process  52 of 64 campuses use one web-based application  Application fee = $50 per campus choice  All applications processed by Application Services Center (ASC) in Albany  SUNY Online Academic Record (SOAR)  Supporting documentation sent to campuses  Check with individual campuses for specifics (deadlines, and special entry options)  Decisions made by campuses

20 Traditional Admission Review High school record:  Number of academic units  Level of coursework  Rank in class  Regents exam scores  Overall GPA  SAT or ACT results

21 Typical 2011-12 Expenses State-Operated Campuses Baccalaureate Degree Programs New York State Residents Living on Campus Tuition $5,270 Student Fees (e) $1,330 Room and Board (e) $10,820 Books and Supplies (e) $1,260 Personal Expenses (e) $1,430 Transportation (e) $1,010 TOTAL COST $21,120 Community College Tuition = $3,700 (e)

22 Scholarship Examples (all renewable)  UAlbany: Presidential Scholars receive up to $3,400/year  Canton: “Fund for Excellence” scholarship, $500 up to $5,000  Oswego: Approximately 1/3 entering freshmen average = $2,300/year

23 Financial Assistance  Approximately 75% of enrolled SUNY students receive assistance  Need-based assistance  Scholarships Most SUNY campuses offer merit scholarships Range of $100 up to full tuition + R & B Program offerings vary by campus

















40 Resources  Recruitment Response Center 800.342.3811  Website  SUNY Viewbook  SUNY Campuses

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