1 The State University of New York Application 2015 IMAGINE YOUR WORLD BIGGER
2 The SUNY Application Services Center (ASC) prefers the online version of SUNY s application...and so do our applicants! For 2014, 99% of our applicants chose to apply online. The online application can be found at and allows you to apply to SUNY campuses quickly and efficiently. The paper application can be found on pages A1-A8 of this book. > > > > Why Apply Online? It's Fast! Your application will reach the admissions office(s) faster. The online application is loaded directly into our database. waiting for mail delivery! It's Easy! Our application receives high marks from our students. It s easy to complete, easy to navigate and guides you the whole way. It s Secure! Your privacy is protected (of course). Your application is password protected to ensure your privacy and the security of your information. Your password also allows you to return again and again to review your data or submit your application to another campus. It's Efficient! You can use our School Counselor form (also available at to communicate with your school counselor about your SUNY application. If you have any questions about the application process, representatives from SUNY's Recruitment Response Center in Albany are available to assist you Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (EST). They can be reached by phone at or by at Callers from outside the U.S. may contact us at apply online Online Application tes! reminder the application portal is here... applysuny Don t forget your fee It s $50 per school. (Payment is required for processing) check your mail confirmations will be sent by and regular mail to Do complete one application to apply to almost any Suny school talk to counselor let your counselor know you applied to Suny. report your AcADemIc record Send your grades and test scores using the Suny online Academic record 2 apply online
3 Applying to SUNY using this Paper Application STEP 1: CHOOSE YOUR CAMPUSES Before beginning your application, decide where you want to apply. You can use this application to apply to 52 of the 64 SUNY campuses. See page A5 for a list. STEP 2: CHOOSE YOUR MAJORS Before beginning your application, decide which major you wish to pursue at each campus. You can choose only one major at each campus (except Purchase). Most campuses (except FIT, Upstate Medical and many community colleges) will allow you to select undeclared code 0000 as your major, if you are undecided. To see a list of majors available at each campus, see pages 9-15 or visit STEP 3: COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION All Applicants: Complete Questions 1-31 Choosing Campuses Page A5 Payment and Signature Page A6. n-u.s. Citizens: Complete Questions 1-39 Choosing Campuses Page A5 Payment and Signature Page A6 Transfer Applicants: Complete Questions 1-31 and Choosing Campuses Page A5 Payment and Signature Page A6 Help for specific questions is provided on pages 3 and 4. STEP 4: PAY YOUR APPLICATION FEE The fee to process your application is $50 per campus choice. The fee is non-refundable and is independent of an admission decision or decision to withdraw or decline an offer of acceptance. Your application will not be processed until full payment or authorized fee waiver request is received. Payment options are as follows: Credit or Debit Card: To pay by MasterCard or VISA, complete the bottom of page A6. Check (or Money Order): To pay by check, send a single check for the total amount due to the Application Services Center (ASC). Checks must be made payable to SUNY ASC and must be drawn on a U.S. bank. Returned checks will be subject to an additional processing fee of $20. All appeals for refunds of overpayments must be put in writing to the Director of the Application Services Center. Financial Hardship Fee Waivers: If you are a resident of New York State and/or a U.S. citizen, and wish to be considered for an application fee waiver due to financial hardship, you must submit a SUNY Fee Waiver Request Form (available from your school counselor), or an SAT or ACT fee waiver, with this application. You may also be asked to submit supporting documentation. Any form submitted must be signed by your school counselor. Upon review and approval, the ASC will grant a waiver for your first four (4) college choices. Appropriate processing fees for additional SUNY college choices must be submitted with your application. Transfer Student Fee Waivers: Fees for four (4) campus choices will automatically be waived for transfer students graduating with an associate degree from a SUNY or CUNY two-year college and who apply directly to State University four-year campuses for baccalaureate programs. To be eligible you must complete questions Failure to answer those questions will delay processing. EOP Fee Waivers: If you are applying to the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), the fees for your first four (4) campus choices will be waived, initially. If, upon review of your application, you are found ineligible for EOP, or if your campus choice does not offer EOP, you will be billed for the fee. Appropriate processing fees for additional SUNY campus choices must be submitted with your application. STEP 5: REQUEST YOUR ACADEMIC RECORDS Freshman Applicants: Please request one high school transcript per campus choice. If you are a high school student, you must also request that your counselor complete the School Counselor Section of the application on page A6. If you are applying to Binghamton University, University at Buffalo, or Stony Brook University, you must also contact your testing agency and request that your SAT or ACT scores be sent directly to those campuses. Transfer Applicants: Academic transcripts are required for all colleges you attended, whether or not you received credit. Please contact each college s registrar s office and request that your transcripts be sent directly to each campus choice to which you applied. If you are transferring from another SUNY school, please request a General Education Transcript Addendum be sent with your official transcript. Transfer applicants earning less than the equivalent of one year of study (generally credit hours), should arrange for their former high school to send transcripts directly to the colleges to which they are applying. STEP 6: MAIL YOUR APPLICATION PACKAGE Please mail the completed paper application (six pages), application fee and your high school transcripts (if applicable) to: Application Services Center The State University of New York State University Plaza P.O. Box Albany, NY (If your high school transcripts are not available at the time you mail your application, please have your transcripts forwarded directly to each campus to which you apply.) STEP 7: WATCH FOR CONFIRMATION You will receive a letter from the ASC confirming processing of your application within 7-10 days of receipt. STEP 8: COMPLETE YOUR SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATIONS In addition to this application, some campuses may require or recommend a supplemental application, which may include an essay question. Requirements are found on page 5. HELP FOR SPECIFIC QUESTIONS Q. 2 APPLICANT SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER Your Social Security Number is used to coordinate the collection of information for all your student records. Authority to collect the Social Security Number is granted under Section 355 of the New York Education Law. Your response, however, is voluntary. Q. 10A-10B RESIDENCY Residency affects eligibility for in-state tuition and EOP. Typically, students are considered state residents if their primary domicile (or, if dependent, that of their parents) is in NY for at least 12 months prior to enrollment. Otherwise, students are presumed to be out-ofstate residents. Generally, only U.S. citizens (question 9a) and permanent residents are eligible for the NY State tuition rate. However, certain non-u.s. citizens and residents of other states who graduate from a New York high school or have a New York GED and meet other requirements may qualify for the resident tuition rate. Please direct your questions concerning NY State residency to the Student Accounts Office at SUNY campuses. Q. 13 FAMILY INCOME RANGE Indicate the letter corresponding to your family s gross income, as reported on the federal income tax form. If your parents are separated or divorced, you should report the income of the household in which you reside for most of the year. Your answers here are used for assessing EOP and fee waiver eligibility and will not impact financial aid decisions. A $0-14,999 B 15,000-29,999 C 30,000-44,999 D 45,000-64,999 E 65,000-84,999 F 85, ,999 G 105, ,999 H 125, ,999 J 145, ,999 K 165, ,999 L 185,000+ S Your family is the recipient of Family Assistance or Safety Net payments through the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance; or through a county Department of Social Services; or Family Day Care payments through the New York State Office of Children and Family Assistance. T You live with foster parents who do not provide money for college, nor do your natural parents provide support. W You are a ward of the state or a county. 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4 Q DIVERSITY Your responses to questions 16 and 17 are voluntary. The State University of New York will keep your responses confidential and will not use the information provided in a discriminatory manner. The failure to respond to these questions will not subject you to any adverse treatment. The State University seeks to enroll students of diverse racial and ethnic heritage. Q. 20A-20B FELONY/DISMISSAL REQUIRED FOR ALL APPLICANTS, even if you have never attended college. A felony in NY State law is defined as a crime for which more than one year in prison may be imposed. The felony question applies if you have been convicted as an adult. If you have been adjudicated as having juvenile delinquent or youthful offender status, you are required to respond to the felony question 20a by indicating a response of no. Suspension is defined as a sanction imposed for disciplinary reasons that results in a student leaving school for a fixed time period, less than permanently. Dismissal from a college for disciplinary reasons is defined as permanent separation from an institution of higher education on the basis of conduct or behavior. An affirmative response to either question will not automatically prevent admission, but you will be asked by your college choices to provide additional information. This information will be reviewed by a campus committee to ensure campus safety. Any falsification or omission of data may result in a denial of admission or dismissal. Q. 27 FRESHMAN/TRANSFER DESIGNATION Freshman. For admission purposes, you are a freshman if you have not taken college level work since high school graduation. If you have taken college level credits during high school, you are considered a freshman. Freshmen may also include students who have received the General Equivalency Diploma (GED) and adult learners entering higher education for the first time. Transfer. For admission purposes, you are a transfer student if you have taken at least three credits of college level work since high school graduation. College work taken before high school graduation does not apply. Q. 30 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Enter the letters corresponding to up to five campus services you would like, if available, at your college choices. A Improving mathematical skills B Improving reading skills C Improving writing skills D Developing good study techniques E Personal, career or educational counseling F Finding part-time jobs G Locating off-campus housing Q. 31 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM Please see page 7 for a full description of this program. Q. 36 VISA TYPE Enter the code for the type of Visa issued to you. If you will require a student visa, enter F-1. Q CAMPUS AND COLLEGE CODES FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS Please refer to the lists of college codes for NY State public colleges (SUNY or CUNY) on page A8. For private colleges in New York, enter NY and for out-of-state colleges, enter the appropriate state abbreviation. PAGE A5 EARLY DECISION The Early Decision Program is a binding early application/notification program for fall freshmen and can be used for one college choice. If you are accepted Early Decision, you will be asked to make a tuition deposit and to withdraw your applications at all other colleges. To designate your Early Decision campus choice, mark the box in the respective college block on page A5. The application includes a request for a parent and counselor signatures on page A6, in addition to the student's signature, indicating an understanding of the Early Decision commitment and an agreement to abide by its terms. Campuses Deadline to Apply Completion Deadline University at Buffalo vember 15 December 1 Environmental Science & Forestry December 1 December 1 Fredonia vember 15 vember 30 Geneseo vember 15 vember 15 Maritime vember 1 vember 1 Oswego vember 30 vember 30 If your application is complete by the date indicated above, the campus will notify you of its decision by December 15. If you are accepted Early Decision, you will be asked to make a tuition deposit by January 15 and to withdraw your applications at all other colleges. PAGES A5 AND A7 EARLY ACTION Early Action is a non-binding early application/notification program for fall freshmen. If you are accepted Early Action, you need not withdraw your applications at other institutions. To designate your Early Action campus choices, mark the box in the respective college blocks on pages A5 and A7. Campuses Deadline to Apply Completion Deadline Albany vember 15 December 1 Binghamton vember 15 December 1 Cortland vember 15 December 1 New Paltz vember 15 vember 15 Old Westbury vember 15 December 1 Oneonta vember 15 December 1 Purchase (except for vember 15 December 1 fine and applied arts) SUNYIT vember 15 December 1 If your application is complete by the date indicated above, the campus will notify you of its decision by January 1 (January 15 at Binghamton). If you are accepted Early Action, you will be asked to make a tuition deposit by May 1. SELECT PROGRAM NOTES JOINT ADMISSIONS PROGRAM Freshmen may apply for joint admissions, a cooperative program between two-year and four-year SUNY colleges. The program guar - antees junior-level admission (subject to certain requirements) in a parallel program at a four-year college after completing an associate degree program at the two-year college. To apply for a joint admissions program, enter the corresponding curriculum on page A5 or A7. TRANSFER GUARANTEE An opportunity to continue full-time study at a four-year State University college is guaranteed to all New York residents who transfer directly from a SUNY or CUNY two-year college with an AA or AS degree. The transfer guarantee becomes effective if you are denied admission at all of your SUNY four-year college choices. To be eligible you must: File your application with the ASC by March 1 for fall admission, and by October 1 for spring admission. Provide four-year campuses with an official two-year college transcript, showing three semesters of completed studies, by March 15 for fall admission, and by October 15 for spring admission. Complete all required supplemental application materials by April 15 for fall admission, and by vember 15 for spring admission. Although campus choice and academic program are not guaranteed, SUNY staff will work one-on-one with each Transfer Guarantee candidate to determine how the applicant can be best served given campuses and programs that are open and suitable. 4 apply online
5 Supplemental Application Requirements In addition to your SUNY application, a number of SUNY campuses require or recommend that applicants complete a supplemental application. The supplemental application provides the Admissions Office with additional information, typically regarding your interests, activities, etc. Campuses may also ask applicants to complete an essay or personal statement as part of the supplemental application. The chart below lists the campuses that require or recommend a supplemental application. SUNY Forms are identical and are available at You can preview the questions now by downloading the SUNY Supplemental Application Worksheet at Campus Forms are unique to each campus. Links to many Campus Forms can be found at and are made available by the respective campuses. FRESHMAN APPLICANTS TRANSFER APPLICANTS Campus Requirement Form Requirement Form UNIVERSITY CENTERS AND DOCTORAL DEGREE GRANTING INSTITUTIONS University at Albany Required SUNY Form Required Campus Form Binghamton University Required SUNY Form Required for Nursing applicants Campus Form University at Buffalo Required SUNY Form ne Stony Brook University Required SUNY Form ne Environmental Science & Forestry Required Campus Form Required Campus Form Upstate Medical University N/A Required Campus Form UNIVERSITY COLLEGES Brockport Required SUNY Form ne Buffalo State Required SUNY Form ne Cortland Required SUNY Form ne Fredonia Required SUNY Form ne Geneseo Required Campus Form Required for all Business and Campus Form Education applicants New Paltz Required SUNY Form ne Old Westbury Required SUNY Form Required Campus Form Oneonta Required SUNY Form ne Oswego Required SUNY Form ne Plattsburgh at Queensbury N/A Required Campus Form Plattsburgh Required SUNY Form Required Campus Form Potsdam Required SUNY Form Recommended Campus Form Purchase Required for Liberal Arts and SUNY Form Required for Liberal Arts and Campus Form Sciences and Visual Arts applicants Sciences applicants TECHNOLOGY COLLEGES Alfred State Required SUNY Form ne Cobleskill Recommended SUNY Form ne Delhi Required for Adult Learners Campus Form Required Campus Form Farmingdale Required SUNY Form ne Maritime College Required SUNY Form Required Campus Form Morrisville Required SUNY Form ne SUNYIT Required SUNY Form Recommended Campus Form COMMUNITY COLLEGES Fashion Institute of Technology Required Campus Form Required Campus Form apply online 5
6 Costs and Financial Aid Information Typical Expenses for Undergraduate Students at a SUNY College Nine-Month Academic Year (Use these amounts as a guide to costs in )* State-Operated Campuses Baccalaureate Degree Programs Community Colleges Associate Degree Programs New York State Residents Living on Campus Commuter DIRECT COSTS (costs typically paid directly to the campus) Tuition $6,170 $6,170 2 Student Fees 1,412 1,412 Room & Board 12,020 3,860 TOTAL DIRECT COSTS $19,602 $11,442 Books & Supplies Personal Expenses Transportation TOTAL INDIRECT COSTS 1,270 1,530 1,890 $4,690 Out-of-State Residents Living on Campus 1 $15,820 1,412 12,020 $29,252 INDIRECT COSTS (costs not paid to the campus and that will vary based on personal choice) 1,270 1,450 1,020 $3,740 1,270 1,450 1,120 $3,840 In-State / In-Region Living on Campus Commuter $4, ,730 $14,376 1,320 1,110 1,280 $3,710 $4, ,770 $8,416 1,320 1,180 1,680 $4,180 Out-of-State Residents Living on Campus $8, ,730 $18,784 1,320 1,110 1,380 $3,810 *Cost information as of May 2014 and is subject to change. 1 Tuition rate for non-new York residents enrolled in a bachelor s degree program at University at Buffalo and Stony Brook University is $19,590 and $17,810 at University at Albany and Binghamton University. 2 Figure represents the average fee. Typically fees at the state-operated campuses range from $1,133 to $2,700. TUITION, FEES AND OTHER COSTS Total costs vary depending on the college, its location, full-time or part-time enrollment, program of study, housing accommodations, personal expenses and other individual factors. State University colleges have higher tuition rates for students who are not New York State residents (see chart above). Contact the Office for Student Accounts at your college choices for details about residency requirements. Technology Colleges may charge a reduced non-new York resident tuition rate for the associate degree. This reduced rate does not apply to non-new York residents enrolled in a bachelor s degree program at the Technology Colleges. Projected community college tuition for is approximately $4,076. New York State students enrolled in a community college not in their home county must provide the college with a certificate of residency from their home county to benefit from the lower, in-region tuition rate. For students taking fewer than 12 semester hours (part-time study), New York State resident tuition is $257 per credit hour for bacca - laureate and associate degree programs at state-operated campuses. Most State University campuses have time-payment plans to enable you to pay in monthly installments. The campus Office of Student Accounts can provide you with information on payment options. HOW FINANCIAL AID WORKS Tuition and fees at SUNY are already low compared to other colleges and universities. Financial aid is available at all State University campuses for students who are unable to pay all college costs. Based on state and federal requirements, campus Financial Aid Offices determine your eligibility for assistance. Students and their families are considered the first source of funding to meet college costs. Financial Aid programs supplement student and family resources. TYPES AND SOURCES OF FINANCIAL AID Financial aid programs include academic scholarships, need-based grants, student and parent loans and employment. Both the federal and state governments offer financial aid programs. Other sources of assistance may include scholarships from private organizations, foundations, fraternal groups and SUNY campus sources. 6 apply online HOW NEW STUDENTS APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID 1 All financial aid applicants must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). File the FAFSA online at For filing instructions and more information about financial aid go to Check the college Web site for deadlines. Complete the FAFSA after January 1, 2015, even if you have not yet filed your 2014 tax returns. Use estimates if necessary. FAFSA on the Web applicants who are New York State residents and who plan to attend a college in New York State will automatically be directed to apply for TAP on the Web. For more information visit If you are unable to file online, you can obtain the paper FAFSA application by calling FEDAID. 2 Read each college s website and financial aid literature. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have specific questions. This is the best source of financial aid information. 3 Investigate other sources of aid. Several free scholarship search services are available online. 4 Keep a file of records and copies of applications. 5 If you require assistance to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, please contact a college or university financial aid office. It is not necessary to pay an individual or organization for such assistance. (SUNY s Financial Aid Days will be offered early in 2015, for students and families who would like assistance with the FAFSA. Check in December for detailed information.) HOW TRANSFER STUDENTS APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID 1 If you did not submit a FAFSA for the current ( ) academic year, you should follow the application instructions above for new students. 2 If you did apply for financial aid for the current year ( ), you can complete the FAFSA Renewal on the Web at (You will need your pin number.) 3 To apply for financial aid at the college you are transferring to, use the college code for the new campus on the FAFSA Renewal. You can get the code from the college, or by calling FEDAID, or online at FAFSA codes for SUNY campuses can be found at
7 Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) New York State residents only. EOP Income Guidelines * Household Size (Including head of household) Total Annual Income in Previous Calendar Year $ 21,590 29,101 36,612 44,123 51,634 59,145 66,656 Exceptions to Income Guidelines > The student s family is the recipient of Family Assistance or Safety Net payments through the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance; or through a county Department of Social Services; or Family Day Care payments through the New York State Office of Children and Family Assistance; > The student lives with foster parents who do not provide support for college and the student s natural parents provide no such support; 8 74,167** > The student is a ward of the state or county. *Subject to change for **Plus $7,511 for each additional household member in excess of eight. WHAT IS IT? The State University of New York's Educational Opportunity Program provides access, academic support and financial aid to students who show promise for succeeding in college but who may not otherwise be offered admission. Available to first-time, full-time, matriculated students, the program supports students throughout their college careers within the University. SUPPORT SERVICES Educational Opportunity Program students receive both academic and financial support. Academic support services may include: personal counseling, academic advisement, tutoring, skill development workshops, supplemental instruction and mentoring. As part of the student s overall financial aid package, the Educational Opportunity Program provides modest financial aid to alleviate non-tuition expenses (e.g., books, supplies, etc.). CAMPUS PARTICIPATION The Educational Opportunity Program is available at all SUNY campuses with the exception of: Empire State College, and Adirondack, Cayuga County, Clinton, Columbia-Greene, Corning, Herkimer County, Jamestown, Jefferson, Mohawk Valley, Nassau, Niagara County, rth Country, Orange County, Rockland, Sullivan County and Tompkins Cortland Community Colleges. FEE WAIVER Students submitting applications for EOP consideration may qualify for application fee waivers for their first four campus choices. If the applicant does not meet both academic and economic eligibility guidelines or, if the campus does not operate an Educational Opportunity Program, the student will be billed for the fee. WHO IS ELIGIBLE? To be eligible for admission to the Educational Opportunity Program a student must: 1) be a New York State resident for 12 months prior to enrollment; 2) require alternate admissions consideration; and 3) qualify as economically disadvantaged according to the guidelines indi cated. In selecting students for the program, priority is given to applicants from historically disadvantaged backgrounds. Admission is subject to program capacity. To be eligible for the program as a transfer, a student must have been enrolled in the EOP, CD/SEEK, HEOP or a similar program at his or her previous college. If the previous college did not have EOP or a similar program, the student may receive consideration for transfer eligibility and should notify the college to which he or she is transferring. ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY Academic eligibility will vary by campus. To view the EOP freshman profile for each cam pus, visit FINANCIAL ELIGIBILITY The table above lists financial guidelines for Educational Opportunity Program eligibility. To be determined economically disadvantaged, a student's household income must not exceed the amount shown for its size, or the student's circumstances must conform to one of the exceptions indicated. Eligibility guidelines may be adjusted slightly each year. NOTE: Applicants who are deemed ineli gible for EOP may still qualify for admission and financial aid through other admissions processes. apply online 7
8 Frequently Asked Questions WHEN IS THE DEADLINE TO APPLY? Early Decision and Early Action application deadlines are outlined on page 4. While there is no formal application deadline for regular decision freshman applicants, we recommend you apply by December 1 to maximize your chances for financial aid, campus housing and consideration for your major of choice. Please note, some colleges have specific application deadlines for certain programs of study. Transfer applicants are generally reviewed on a rolling basis. Be sure to be in touch with campuses directly to get deadline information for supplemental applications, auditions, art portfolios, etc. HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO APPLY? The non-refundable application fee is $50 for each campus choice. The application will not be processed until full payment or authorized fee waiver request is received. ARE THERE MINIMUM GPA OR SAT REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION? Each SUNY campus evaluates students individually for admission. Campuses are looking for students who have challenged themselves, worked hard and done well in high school (and college, if you are a transfer applicant). Student profiles vary from campus to campus. For more information, visit WHERE IS THE ESSAY QUESTION? In addition to your SUNY application, a number of SUNY campuses require or recommend that applicants complete a supplemental application. The supplemental application provides additional information, typically regarding your interests, activities, etc. Many campuses also ask applicants to complete an essay or personal statement as part of the supplemental application. See page 5 or for supplemental application requirements. HOW CAN I GET A SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION? Many campuses provide their supplemental applications online. Visit to access or download supplemental application forms. Some campuses will mail applicants a supplemental form after receiving your SUNY application. WHAT HAPPENS TO MY APPLICATION AFTER IT IS RECEIVED AT THE SUNY APPLICATION SERVICES CENTER (ASC) IN ALBANY? The ASC will prepare one application for each of your campus choices and transmit it to the college along with your transcript. Once your application is sent to the college(s), the ASC will notify you that your application has been processed. Soon thereafter, each campus will contact you to let you know if any additional items are required to complete your application. An admission decision will be made and communicated by each campus to which you apply. HOW WILL I KNOW MY APPLICATION WAS RECEIVED? You will receive a confirmation letter from the ASC. The letter will be sent to your permanent address within 7-10 days of receipt of your application. WHAT IS MY APPLICANT ID? Your Applicant ID is typically your Social Security Number. If you did not provide or do not have a Social Security Number, an Applicant ID number has been assigned to you. It can be found on your acknowledgement letter you received via postal mail. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EARLY DECISION AND EARLY ACTION? Both Early Decision (ED) and Early Action (EA) are early application/ notification admission programs. The difference is in the application deadline and the binding nature of the program. Early Decision is a binding program which is appropriate if you have a clear first choice campus. You may apply to only one campus as an ED candidate. See page 4 for instructions, deadlines and notification dates. If admitted, you will be expected to withdraw applications at other colleges. Early Action is non-binding. You may apply to multiple campuses as an EA candidate. See page 4 for instructions, deadlines and notification dates. You have until May 1 to declare your enrollment intentions. WILL MY ADMISSION DECISION BE AFFECTED IF I TAKE THE SAT I OR ACT MORE THAN ONCE?, campuses will consider the highest score you have achieved on either the SAT or ACT. WHAT IS SUNY S POLICY REGARDING THE SAT WRITING? Each campus will make a determination about how the SAT (or ACT) writing component will be used. As part of your college search, ask each campus of interest about their testing requirements and policies. DO SUNY CAMPUSES ACCEPT AP OR COLLEGE CREDITS TAKEN DURING HIGH SCHOOL? Yes, each SUNY campus evaluates and awards credit for AP and college credits. WHAT S MOST IMPORTANT IN THE ADMISSION DECISION? For freshman applicants, it is the high school academic record, which provides campuses with information regarding overall performance and course selection. For transfer applicants, your performance in college level work will carry the most weight in the application review process. WHO MAKES ADMISSION DECISIONS? Admission decisions are made at the college, based on individual evaluation of your academic record. The ASC does not make admission decisions. WHEN WILL CAMPUSES NOTIFY ME OF THE ADMISSION DECISION? See page 4 for Early Decision and Early Action notification dates. Many campuses respond to regular decision freshman applicants on a rolling basis, meaning when an application becomes complete, it will be reviewed and a decision will be made and communicated to the applicant. A few campuses have a set mailing date when most admission decisions are sent to the applicants. Transfer applicants are generally reviewed on a rolling basis. Check with the campus(es) to which you apply for specific information regarding the decision making process. WHEN IS MY TUITION DEPOSIT DUE? Tuition deposits for fall freshmen must be postmarked by May 1. Deposit deadlines for winter and spring terms are determined by the campus. You should make a tuition deposit at only one SUNY college. In most cases, deposits are refundable until May 1. (Applicants admitted under the Early Decision program will be asked to submit a tuition deposit by January 15.) Transfer students will be advised by the campus(es) regarding a deposit date. 8 apply online
9 2015 SUNY Application for Undergraduate Admission Please follow these instructions Mark all check boxes with an X to ensure that your application is A correctly marked check box: ABCDEFGH processed quickly and accurately. Correct errors using white Use black or blue ink I J K L M NOP correction fluid Print clearly using UPPERCASE Fields may indicate desired answer Q RSTUVW X block letters only (see examples format. For example: MM/YY in a at right) field indicates Month and Year. YZ Stay inside designated boxes _ - Please return this application and appropriate application fee ($50 per campus choice) to: Application Services Center The State University of New York State University Plaza P. O. Box Albany, New York Applicant Name First Name Last Name Middle Name 2 Applicant Social Security. 3 Date of Birth M M / D D / Y Y / Suffix 4 Male Female 5a Home Phone 5b Daytime / Cell Phone 6 Address (Place each dot. in its own 7 Permanent Home Mailing Address A P T Apartment Number City Province (if outside U.S.) House or Building # Street Name P O B O X PO Box State Country (if outside U.S.) R R Rural Route Zip/Postal Code All Applicants (1-31) 8a Temporary Mailing Address: if completed, mail may be sent by campuses to this address until date indicated in 8b. House or Building # Street Name A P T Apartment Number P O B O X PO Box R R Rural Route City State Zip/Postal Code Province (if outside U.S.) 8b Date after which mail may be sent to your permanent address. 9a Are you a U.S. citizen? Yes 9b If not a U.S. citizen, are you a permanent resident of the U.S.? 10a Are you a New York State resident? Yes Country (if outside U.S.) M M / D D / Y Y 10b If yes, but for less than one year, how many months? Yes 10c If yes, give county of residence. (Refer to page A8 of the application, then enter your two-digit county code.) All six pages of the application should be mailed together. A1
10 11 Indicate name and address of the parent or guardian with whom you legally reside and to whom official university correspondence should be sent. Last Name of Parent or Guardian / First Name of Parent or Guardian Parent or Guardian Address (Place each dot. in its own box.) if address of parent or guardian is the same as permanent address given on page A1. If not the same, indicate the address Parent/Guardian Address House or Building # Street Name A P T Apartment Number P O B O X PO Box R R Rural Route City State Zip/Postal Code Province (if outside U.S.) Country (if outside U.S.) 12 Answer only if members of your family attended or graduated from a State University of New York (SUNY) campus. Please indicate their relationship to you, and provide their name, graduation year and the State University campus name. Parent Sister Brother Other All Applicants (1-31) Last Name / First Name Graduation Year SUNY Campus Campus Code (pages A5 and A8) Parent Graduation Year Sister Brother Other SUNY Campus PRINT CAMPUS NAME Last Name / First Name PRINT CAMPUS NAME Campus Code (pages A5 and A8) 13 Family Income Range (see instructions on page 3). Enter income code Required if applying for EOP or financial fee waiver 15 Indicate if you are: U.S. Veteran Dependent of a U.S. Veteran Active Duty U.S. Military 16a Are you Hispanic/Latino? Yes te: All applicants (freshmen and transfer students) MUST answer questions 20a and 20b. 20a Have you been convicted of a felony? 20b Have you been dismissed and/or suspended from a college for disciplinary reasons? Yes Yes 14 Size of Household (including applicant) Required if applying for EOP or financial fee waiver 16b If Hispanic/Latino, is your background (select one): Central American Dominican Mexican Puerto Rican South American Other Hispanic/Latino 17 All applicants, please indicate your race (select one or more): American Indian or Alaska Native - I Asian - A Black or African American - B Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander - P White - W Mark the box if you wish to indicate: 18 Your native language is not English 19 You are an Adult Learner National Guard or Active Reserve (Even if you have never attended college, a response is required.) 21 If you have academic records under another name, please indicate below: Former Last Name / Former First Name A2 All six pages of the application should be mailed together.
11 Applicant Last Name Applicant Social Security Number 22 Name of High School (Required for all applicants, including transfer students.) CEEB Code 23 High School Mailing Address For a complete list of CEEB codes visit: Building # Street Name City State Zip/Postal Code Province (if outside U.S.) 24a Indicate your Secondary Education Status. Mark the box that applies to you (mark only one): Graduated or will graduate from High School - G Withdrew from High School - W Completed NY GED - N Completed non-ny GED - O Home Schooled - H 24b Enter date of High School Graduation, High School Withdrawal or completion of GED. 24c Have you attended a high school in New York State for two or more years? Yes Questions 25 and 26 are optional for Adult Learners and International Applicants. 25 Date latest Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) was or will be taken. (List only month and year.) Country (if outside U.S.) Y Y (List only month and year.) 26 Date latest ACT was or will be taken. (List only month and year.) Y Y All Applicants (1-31) 27 Indicate whether you are applying as a Freshman or a Transfer student (mark only one): Freshman (You have not taken college-level work after high school graduation.) Transfer (You have taken college-level work after high school graduation.) 28 If you are applying as a freshman, have you received (or do you expect to receive) college credits before you graduate from high school? Yes If yes, please mark all boxes that apply to you: 1 Advanced Placement (AP) 3 College course taught in high school 5 International Baccalaureate (IB) 2 College Level Examination Program (CLEP) 4 Course taken at a college prior to graduation 29 Are you applying for full-time or part-time study? Full-time Part-time 6 Other Please Specify 30 Indicate the Student Support Services you would like. (Please read instructions on page 4.) 31 Are you applying for the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)? Yes te: EOP is a program for New York State residents. All applicants must meet academic and financial eligibility requirements. Please note that when applying for EOP, you must answer questions 10a, 10b, 13, and 14. n-u.s. Citizens must complete questions If you are not a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or refugee, your campus choice(s) will ask you to file additional forms (FSAs 2, 3, and 4), as well as to provide official transcripts. 32 Country of Birth 33 Country of Citizenship Country (if outside U.S.) Country (if outside U.S.) 34 If you are a non-u.s. citizen and a permanent resident of the U.S., provide alien registration number. A 35 If you are not a permanent resident, have you applied for permanent resident status? 36 If you are not a permanent resident, indicate your visa type. Check F-1 if you will need a student visa. (Applicants requiring an F-1 visa must provide a permanent address outside the U.S. on question 7.) F-1 H-4 J-1 A-2 Other (please specify) 37 Visa Expiration Date 38 How many years have you been in the U.S.? Yes 39 Date latest Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) was or will be taken. Internal Use Only All six pages of the application should be mailed together. n-u.s. Citizens (32-39) A3
12 All transfer applicants must complete questions Please remember to list the college you currently attend in question 44. You will need to provide academic transcripts for all post-secondary institutions you have attended, whether or not you received credit. Transcripts should be sent directly to the SUNY campus(es) to which you are applying. SUNY and CUNY campus codes (college codes) are listed on page A8 of the application. Transfer applicants seeking a fee waiver (up to four campus choices) are required to complete questions Failure to answer all questions (40-51) will delay processing. See page 3 for detailed information. 40 If you have earned (or will earn) an associate degree from a New York State public college before enrolling, indicate the degree by marking in the appropriate box below: AA - 1 AS Indicate the date the associate degree was (or will be) earned. AAS-3 AOS-4 42 Indicate the campus code from page A8 of the New York State public college (SUNY or CUNY) where the degree was earned. 43 If you are transferring to complete a cooperative program, give the previous Curriculum Code. 44 College 1 - Name/City/State (LIST CURRENT OR MOST RECENT COLLEGE FIRST) All Transfer Applicants (40-51) Name City State College Code Dates Attended Total Credits GPA CEEB Code From: 45 College 2 - Name/City/State College Code Dates Attended Total Credits GPA CEEB Code From: 46 College 3 - Name/City/State College Code Dates Attended Total Credits GPA CEEB Code From: To: To: To: Name City State Name City State... For CEEB codes: 47 How many colleges have you attended in addition to the three listed above? On a separate sheet, provide the same information as above for each additional college. 48 Mark the type of college you most recently attended (MARK ONLY ONE): SUNY - A* NY Private 2-Year - D 49 if you are (or were previously) enrolled in EOP, College Discovery, HEOP or SEEK. CUNY - B n-ny Public 4-Year - E 50 if you hold (or will receive) a bachelor's degree prior to enrollment. *NOTE: If you marked SUNY - A, please forward a General Education Transcript Addendum along with your official transcript directly to each of your campus choices. Your transcript and transcript addendum can be requested from your registrar. n-ny Private 4-Year - G n-ny Private 2-Year - H NY Private 4-Year - C n-ny Public 2-Year - F Outside U.S. - I 51 Indicate the total number of credits you expect to earn from all colleges before enrolling. A4 All six pages of the application should be mailed together.
13 Applicant Last Name APPLICATION FEE A $50 non-refundable application fee is required for each campus choice (see pg. A6). Your application will not be processed until full payment or authorized fee waiver request is received. CHOOSING CAMPUSES (Blocks A through C): Please indicate campus names and campus codes (from the list below), as well as curriculum names and curriculum codes (from pages 9-15 or the online curriculum finder at academicprograms), and semester of enrollment for each campus choice. Please note: Upstate Medical University and most community colleges, including FIT, require that you declare a major. Early Decision is a binding early application/ notification program for fall freshmen and can be used for one college choice only. A parent and counselor signature in addition to your own is required. Early Action is a non-binding early application program for fall freshmen. (See page 4 for additional information on both Early Decision and Early Action programs.) Please note: you cannot apply for Early Action or Early Decision if you are applying for the Educational Opportunity Program. A B C State University Campus Name Curriculum Code State University Campus Name Curriculum Code State University Campus Name Curriculum Code Do you wish campus housing? Do you wish campus housing? Do you wish campus housing? Curriculum Name if not declaring a major. Special Campus Project/Agency Code Curriculum Name if not declaring a major. Curriculum Name if not declaring a major. Applicant Social Security Number for Early Action**. (See list below for campuses offering Early Action**.) Semester you wish to enroll: for Early Action**. (See list below for campuses offering Early Action**.) Fall Spring If applying to this campus again, when did you first apply? Summer 20 for Early Decision*. (Early Decision is an option that may be selected for one campus choice only Block A or B or C. See list below for campuses offering Early Decision*.) for the Educational Opportunity Program at this campus. (See page 7 for eligibility requirements.) Yes Semester you wish to enroll: Fall Spring If applying to this campus again, when did you first apply? Summer 20 for Early Decision*. (Early Decision is an option that may be selected for one campus choice only Block A or B or C. See list below for campuses offering Early Decision*.) Yes Semester you wish to enroll: for Early Action**. (See list below for campuses offering Early Action**.) for the Educational Opportunity Program at this campus. (See page 7 for eligibility requirements.) Fall Spring Summer 20 for Early Decision*. (Early Decision is an option that may be selected for one campus choice only Block A or B or C. See list below for campuses offering Early Decision*.) for the Educational Opportunity Program at this campus. (See page 7 for eligibility requirements.) Yes Special Campus Project/Agency Code Special Campus Project/Agency Code If applying to this campus again, when did you first apply? Campus Code Y Y Campus Code Y Y Campus Code Y Y All Applicants Must Enter At Least One Campus Choice Please use this application to apply to the SUNY campuses listed below. University Centers and Doctoral Degree Granting Institutions 31 Albany ** (EA) 15 Binghamton ** (EA) 20 University at Buffalo * (ED) 17 Environmental Science & Forestry * (ED) 19 Stony Brook 97 Upstate Medical University Colleges 32 Brockport 33 Buffalo State 34 Cortland ** (EA) 35 Fredonia * (ED) 36 Geneseo * (ED) 41 New Paltz ** (EA) 46 Old Westbury ** (EA) 42 Oneonta ** (EA) 43 Oswego * (ED) 44 Plattsburgh 38 Plattsburgh at Queensbury 45 Potsdam 47 Purchase ** (EA) Technology Colleges 91 Alfred State College 92 Canton 93 Cobleskill 94 Delhi 95 Farmingdale State College 18 Maritime * (ED) 96 Morrisville State College 48 SUNYIT ** (EA) ( * = Early Decision (ED) option ** = Early Action (EA) option) Community Colleges 69 Adirondack 53 Broome 51 Cayuga 84 Clinton 85 Columbia-Greene 54 Corning 55 Dutchess 79 Erie (Buffalo) 13 Erie (Orchard Park) 56 Erie (Williamsville) 57 Fashion Institute of Technology 82 Finger Lakes 77 Fulton-Montgomery 81 Genesee 80 Herkimer County 58 Hudson Valley 59 Jamestown 66 Jamestown (Olean Campus) 74 Jefferson 60 Mohawk Valley 71 Monroe 75 Niagara County 87 rth Country 72 Onondaga 63 Orange (Middletown) 39 Orange (Newburgh) 83 Schenectady County 73 Sullivan County 86 Tompkins Cortland 68 Ulster County To apply to State University campuses not on this list, please contact the campuses directly. A complete list of non-participating campuses can be found on page A8. All six pages of the application should be mailed together. A5
14 Applicant Last Name Applicant Social Security Number School Counselors/College Advisors FRESHMAN APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THEIR COUNSELOR/ADVISOR PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: Please complete one of the following statements (a or b) about this applicant s rank in class. If your school does not calculate or disclose exact rank in class, we would appreciate your estimating this student s rank as nearly as possible. a This applicant currently ranks b We do not calculate or disclose exact rank. High School Average (at time of application) High School Average: Counselor/Advisor Signature Weighted. Unweighted (mark only one) Required for all freshman applicants in a class size of I estimate this applicant s position to be within the top on a scale of This rank is: Weighted Date. Unweighted (mark only one) percent of his or her class. Internal Use Only #Campus Choices: $ Please do not write in this section C P L Amount Paid: Date Received: M M D D Y Y Prepared By: Please Initial TR Code A ALL APPLICANTS MUST SIGN BELOW I understand that this application cannot be processed if it has not been completed according to instructions, or if payment is not received, and that any knowing falsification or omission of data may result in denial of admission or dismissal. All information submitted is true to the best of my knowledge. If I am an Early Decision or Early Action applicant, I agree to comply with the program requirements outlined on page 4. With my signature, I authorize the release of my transcript(s) and standardized test scores to State University campuses for admission purposes. All Applicants - Payment/Signature A6 Student Signature Parent/Guardian Signature Required for all applicants Required for Early Decision applicants only APPLICATION FEE PAYMENT A $50 non-refundable application fee is required for each campus choice (please read instructions on page 3). You may pay either by credit or debit card or by check (please do not send cash). Your credit or debit card will be charged $50 for each campus choice ($50 for one campus choice; $100 for two campus choices, etc.). If paying by check, please send one check for total amount due ($50 for one campus choice; $100 for two campus choices, etc.). Checks from international applicants must be in U.S. dollars and be drawn on a U.S. bank. Make checks payable to SUNY ASC. Please include the applicant s name on your check. Your application will not be processed until full payment or authorized fee waiver request is received. Credit/Debit Card Information: Cardholder Name MasterCard Last Name / First Name Card Number Cardholder Zip/Postal Code Card Type Cardholder Signature All six pages of the application should be mailed together. VISA Number of SUNY campuses applied to Expiration Date Date Date ALL FIELDS ARE REQUIRED
15 Applicant Last Name Applicant Social Security Number ADD A SUNY CAMPUS Please use this form to apply to additional SUNY campuses. This form by itself DOES NOT serve as a SUNY Application. When to use this form: 1. With your application Please complete this page and submit it with your original application (pages A1- A6) when applying to additional campus choices. or, 2. After your application has already been submitted Please complete this page using the campus codes listed on the following page (A8). Return this form with the appropriate application fee ($50 per campus choice) to: Application Services Center The State University of New York State University Plaza P.O. Box Albany, New York You may also add additional campus choices to an existing application by telephoning the SUNY Recruitment Response Center at Your application will not be processed until full payment or authorized fee waiver request is received. Please indicate campus names and campus codes (from the list on the following page), as well as curriculum names and curriculum codes (see pages 9-15), and semester of enrollment for each campus choice. Please note: Upstate Medical University and most community colleges, including FIT, require that you declare a major. D E F State University Campus Name Curriculum Code for Early Action** Curriculum Name if not declaring a major. State University Campus Name Curriculum Code for Early Action** Curriculum Name if not declaring a major. State University Campus Name Curriculum Code Curriculum Name if not declaring a major. for Early Action** Semester you wish to enroll: Do you wish campus housing? Yes Semester you wish to enroll: Do you wish campus housing? Yes Semester you wish to enroll: Do you wish campus housing? Yes Fall Fall Fall Spring Summer If applying to this campus again, when did you first apply? for the Educational Opportunity Program at this campus. (See page 7 for eligibility requirements.) Special Campus Project/Agency Code Spring Summer If applying to this campus again, when did you first apply? for the Educational Opportunity Program at this campus. (See page 7 for eligibility requirements.) Special Campus Project/Agency Code Spring Summer for the Educational Opportunity Program at this campus. (See page 7 for eligibility requirements.) Special Campus Project/Agency Code If applying to this campus again, when did you first apply? Campus Code 20 Y Y Campus Code 20 Y Y Campus Code 20 Y Y Additional SUNY Campuses APPLICATION FEE PAYMENT A $50 non-refundable application fee is required for each campus choice (please read instructions on page 3). You may pay either by credit or debit card or by check (please do not send cash). Your credit or debit card will be charged $50 for each campus choice ($50 for one campus choice; $100 for two campus choices, etc.). If paying by check, please send one check for total amount due ($50 for one campus choice; $100 for two campus choices, etc.). Checks from international applicants must be in U.S. dollars and be drawn on a U.S. bank. Make checks payable to SUNY ASC. Please include the applicant s name on your check. Your application will not be processed until full payment or authorized fee waiver request is received. Credit/Debit Card Information: Cardholder Name MasterCard Last Name / First Name Card Number Cardholder Zip/Postal Code Card Type Cardholder Signature VISA Number of SUNY campuses applied to Expiration Date ALL FIELDS ARE REQUIRED A7
16 Codes and Other Resources SUNY Campus Codes SUNY Codes CUNY Codes NY County Codes Please use this application to apply to the SUNY campuses listed below. * = Early Decision (ED) option ** = Early Action (EA) option University Centers and Doctoral Degree Granting Institutions 31 Albany ** (EA) 15 Binghamton ** (EA) 20 University at Buffalo * (ED) 17 Environmental Science & Forestry * (ED) 19 Stony Brook 97 Upstate Medical University Colleges 32 Brockport 33 Buffalo State 34 Cortland ** (EA) 35 Fredonia * (ED) 36 Geneseo * (ED) 41 New Paltz ** (EA) 46 Old Westbury ** (EA) 42 Oneonta ** (EA) 43 Oswego * (ED) 44 Plattsburgh 38 Plattsburgh at Queensbury 45 Potsdam 47 Purchase ** (EA) Technology Colleges 91 Alfred State College 92 Canton 93 Cobleskill 94 Delhi 95 Farmingdale State College 18 Maritime * (ED) 96 Morrisville State College 48 SUNYIT ** (EA) Community Colleges 69 Adirondack 53 Broome 51 Cayuga 84 Clinton 85 Columbia-Greene 54 Corning 55 Dutchess 79 Erie (Buffalo) 13 Erie (Orchard Park) 56 Erie (Williamsville) 57 Fashion Institute of Technology 82 Finger Lakes 77 Fulton-Montgomery 81 Genesee 80 Herkimer County 58 Hudson Valley 59 Jamestown 66 Jamestown (Olean Campus) 74 Jefferson 60 Mohawk Valley 71 Monroe 75 Niagara County 87 rth Country 72 Onondaga 63 Orange (Middletown) 39 Orange (Newburgh) 83 Schenectady County 73 Sullivan County 86 Tompkins Cortland 68 Ulster County To apply to State University campuses not on this list, please contact the campuses directly. SUNY ASC non-participating college codes 30 Alfred University, NYS Ceramics 40 Cornell 98 Downstate Medical Center 49 Empire State College 50 Health Sciences Center at Stony Brook 61 Nassau Community College 65 Rockland Community College 67 Suffolk County Community College 70 Westchester Community College City University (CUNY) codes (campuses offering associate degrees) 76 Borough of Manhattan Community College 52 Bronx Community College 89 Fiorello H. LaGuardia Community College 88 Hostos Community College 26 John Jay College 78 Kingsborough Community College 16 Medgar Evers College 62 New York City Technical College 64 Queensborough Community College 28 Staten Island, College of 11 Stella and Charles Guttman Community College ndiscrimination Statement Pursuant to University policy, SUNY is committed to fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students, as well as ensuring equal educational opportunity, employment, and access to services, programs, and activities, without regard to an individual's race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics, military status, domestic violence victim status, or criminal conviction. Employees, students, applicants or other members of the SUNY community may not be subjected to harassment that is prohibited by law, or treated adversely or retaliated against based upon a protected characteristic. The University's policy is in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination and harassment. These laws include the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as Amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972, and the New York State Human Rights Law. These laws prohibit discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment and sexual violence. Inquiries regarding the application of Title IX and other laws, regulations and policies prohibiting discrimination may be directed to Mary Gulliver, Application Services Center, The State University of New York, State University Plaza, P.O. Box 22007, Albany, New York , Inquiries may also be directed to the United States Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY ; Tel (646) ; The Personal Privacy Protection Law requires this notice to be provided when collecting personal information from individuals. The authority to collect personal information is based on Section 355 (2) (h) of the New York Education Law. The information will be used to evaluate your application(s) for admission and will be incorporated into your student records if and when you enroll. Failure to provide the requested information may delay the processing of your application. The information will be maintained by the Application Services Center (ASC) of The State University of New York and at your college choices. Persons responsible for maintaining your personal information are the directors of admission at your college choices and the director of the ASC, State University Plaza, Albany, NY In the event the applicant is denied admission at all of his/her college choices, the applicant's contact information may be shared with admissions offices at other SUNY campuses for purposes of determining the candidate's interest in being considered for admission to those campuses. For more information, visit Campus Crime Statistics and personal safety information are available from each State University of New York campus. Requests for this information should be directed to the individual campuses. Additionally, prospective and current students can also obtain certain campus crime statistics from the U.S. Department of Education s website: Use the following list of 2-digit county codes for question 10c. Code County Name 01 Albany 02 Allegany 31 Bronx 03 Broome 04 Cattaraugus 05 Cayuga 06 Chautauqua 07 Chemung 08 Chenango 09 Clinton 10 Columbia 11 Cortland 12 Delaware 13 Dutchess 14 Erie 15 Essex 16 Franklin 17 Fulton 18 Genesee 19 Greene 20 Hamilton 21 Herkimer 22 Jefferson 32 Kings (Brooklyn) 23 Lewis 24 Livingston 25 Madison 26 Monroe 27 Montgomery 28 Nassau 33 New York (Manhattan) 40 Niagara 41 Oneida 42 Onondaga 43 Ontario 44 Orange 45 Orleans 46 Oswego 47 Otsego 48 Putnam 34 Queens 49 Rensselaer 35 Richmond (Staten Island) 50 Rockland 51 St. Lawrence 52 Saratoga 53 Schenectady 54 Schoharie 55 Schuyler 56 Seneca 57 Steuben 58 Suffolk 59 Sullivan 60 Tioga 61 Tompkins 62 Ulster 63 Warren 64 Washington 65 Wayne 66 Westchester 67 Wyoming 68 Yates A8
17 KEY: Programs begin in Sept/Jan unless otherwise noted [* Program also begins in June] [A Audition required] [E Classes held at SUNYIT] [E/W Evening/Weekend] [F Freshmen only] [J Sept entrance only- for information on starting in Jan, contact Admissions Office] [O Online] [P Portfolio required] [S Program entry is Sept only] [T Transfers should contact school for requirements] [U Jr./Sr. transfers only (generally credit hours required)] [0000 Undeclared Major Upstate Medical University and most community colleges require that you declare a major] Curriculum Codes ADIRONDACK Accounting (AAS) 1942 Adventure Sports 0671 Business Administration (AS) 2088 Creative Writing 0640 Criminal Justice: Police 2046 Crim Jus: Substance Abuse Serv 0578 Culinary Arts 0555 Electrical Technology (S)(T) (S)(T) 0620 Forest Technology 0644 Hospitality & Tourism 1492 Information Technology 2331 Info Tech: Computer Networking 1120 LAS: Humanities & Social Sci 2332 Mgmt, Marketing & Entrepreneur 2333 Media Arts 0682 Music 0622 Nursing 0685 Radio & Television Broadcasting 0628 Radiologic Technology 0521 Veterinary Science Technology 1943 Adventure Sports 0970 Commercial Cooking (S) 0968 Early Childhood 2405 Entrepreneurship and Business Management 1498 Information Technology 2334 Media Arts 0902 Radio Broadcasting 1330 Teaching Assistant ALBANY Accounting* 0798 Actuarial Mathematics* 0345 African & Afro American Studies* 2423 African Studies* 0301 Anthropology* 0309 Art History* 0308 Art: Fine & Visual Arts* 0311 Atmospheric Sci: Meteorology* * 0280 Business Administration* * 0112 Chinese Studies* 0376 Communication Arts & Rhetoric 0286 Computer Science* 0134 Computer Sci & Applied Math* 0287 Criminal Justice* 2437 Digital Forensics* * 1683 East Asian Studies 0322 Economics* 0321 Engineer 3+2/Binghamton (F)(S) 0217 Engineering 3+2/Clarkson (F)(S) 1287 Engineering 3+2/New Paltz (S) 0161 Engineering 3+2/RPI (F)(S) 0323 English* 0325 Geography* * 1049 Human Biology* 0015 Information Science* 0377 Interdisciplinary Studies* 1024 Japanese Studies* 0760 Journalism 0841 Latin American Studies* 0332 Linguistics* * 0335 Music* 0340 Philosophy* 0342 Physics* 0343 Political Science* 0083 Pre-Optometry 3+4/Optometry * 0139 Public Policy* 0160 Puerto Rican Studies* 0298 Social Welfare: Social Work* (T) * 0353 Spanish* 0356 Theatre* 0741 Women's Studies* ALFRED STATE Architectural Technology (J) 0135 Architecture (J) 0280 Business Administration 1357 Computer Engineering Tech (J) 1603 Construction Mgmt Engi Tech 2018 Digital Media and Animation (J) 0216 Electrical Engineering Tech (J) 1938 Financial Planning 2023 Forensic Science Technology (J) 2153 Human Services Management 2085 Info Security & Assurance 1502 Info Tech: App Soft Develop 1505 Info Tech: Network Admin 1506 Info Tech: Web Development 0235 Mechanical Engineering Tech (J) 0291 Nursing 0182 Sport Management (J) 1046 Surveying and Geomatics Engineering Technology 1318 Technology Management (J)(U) 0630 Accounting (AAS) (J) 0511 Agricultural Business 0510 Agricultural Technology 0464 Air Condition & Heating Tech (S) 0538 Architectural Technology 0453 Autobody Repair (S) 0451 Automotive Service Technician 1554 Biological Science (J) 0420 Building Const: Build Trades (S) 0671 Business Administration (AS) 1306 Business Management (AAS) 1337 CAD/CAM Technology (J) 1602 Computer Engineering Tech (J) 0581 Computer Info Systems (AAS) 0577 Construction Engineer Tech (J) 0647 Court & Realtime Reporting 0578 Culinary Arts (S) 0423 Cul Arts: Baking Prod/Mgmt (S) 1212 Digital Media and Animation (J) 0450 Drafting: CAD (S) 0419 Drafting: Cad Model Building & Proc Piping Drawing (S) 0418 Drafting: Cad Tech Illustration (S) 0498 Elec Constr/Maint Electrician (S) 0699 Electrical Engineering Tech (J) (J) 1362 Entrepreneurship 2193 Environmental Technology (J) 0641 Financial Services 0620 Forest Technology (J) 1969 Health Information Technology 1908 Heavy Equip Operations (S) 0452 Heavy Equip, Truck/Diesel Tech 1175 Human Services (AS) 0656 Interior Design 1804 LAS: Adoles Ed (Teach Ed Trans) 0201 LAS: Humanities 0212 LAS: Social Science 0551 Machine Tool Technology (S) 0633 Marketing 0401 Masonry (S) 0493 Mechanical Engineering Tech (J) 1619 Motorsports Tech (AOS) 0622 Nursing (J) 0432 Respiratory Care 2+2/Upstate 1396 Sports Management (J) 1039 Surveying Engineering Tech (J) 0521 Veterinary Science Tech (J) 0666 Welding Technology (AOS) (S) 1671 Coding/Reimbursement Special 2152 Court Reporting and Captioning BINGHAMTON Accounting 2424 Africana Studies 0301 Anthropology 0781 Arabic 0309 Art History 0308 Art: Fine & Visual Arts 1674 Asian & Asian American Studies 0387 Biochemistry 1532 Bioengineering 0280 Business Administration 0112 Chinese Studies 0362 Cinema 0317 Classical Studies 0359 Classical Studies: Greek & Latin 0344 Comparative Literature 0843 Computer Engineering 0286 Computer Science 0322 Economics 0266 Electrical Engineering 0229 Engineering 0323 English 0720 Environmental Studies 0324 French 0325 Geography 0327 Geology 0328 German 0829 Hebrew 0234 Human Development BA/BS 1367 Industrial & Systems Engineering 0805 Integrative Neuroscience 0330 Italian 1024 Japanese Studies 0300 Judaic Studies 2261 Korean Studies 0237 Latin American-Caribbean Studies 0332 Linguistics 0268 Mechanical Engineering 0136 Medieval/Early Modern Studies 0335 Music 0366 Music: Performance 0291 Nursing 1143 Nursing (Accelerated n- Nursing BA/BS Required) (S)(U) 0192 Nursing (RN Required) (Full & Part-Time) (U) 0340 Philosophy 1182 Philosophy: Politics & Law 0342 Physics 0343 Political Science 0083 Pre-Optometry 3+4/Optometry 0353 Spanish 0356 Theatre BROCKPORT Accounting 1951 Adolescence Biology Inclusive Ed 1952 Adoles Chemistry Inclusive Ed 1953 Adoles Earth Sci Inclusive Ed 1954 Adoles English Inclusive Ed 1955 Adolescence French Inclusive Ed 1956 Adolescence Math Inclusive Ed 1957 Adoles Physics Inclusive Ed 1958 Adoles Social Studies Inclu Ed 1959 Adoles Spanish Inclusive Ed 0345 African & Afro American Studies 0301 Anthropology 0177 Art Studio 0764 Athletic Training 0387 Biochemistry 0280 Business Administration 1557 Childhood Ed (Grades 1-6) 1576 Childhood Ed: Bilingual Ext (1-6) 1980 Childhood Inclusive Education 0279 Communications 0095 Computer Information Systems 0286 Computer Science 0287 Criminal Justice 0339 Dance (A) 1421 Dance BFA (A) 0320 Earth Science 0323 English 0363 Environmental Science 1226 Exercise Science 0282 Finance 0324 French 0327 Geology 0146 Health Education 0367 Health Science 0241 Interdisciplinary Arts 0892 International Bus & Economics 0844 International Studies 0760 Journalism 1555 Kinesiology 0285 Marketing 0290 Medical Technology 0372 Meteorology 0291 Nursing 0192 Nursing (RN Required) (Full & Part-Time) (U) 0340 Philosophy 0368 Physical Education 0147 Physical Education: Teacher Ed 1756 Physical Therapy 3+3 with Upstate Medical University (F) 0342 Physics 0343 Political Science 2421 Recreation and Leisure Studies 0298 Social Welfare: Social Work 0353 Spanish 0182 Sport Management 0356 Theatre 0175 Time-Shortened Baccalaureate 0169 Water Resources 0741 Women's Studies BROOME Business Administration: International Business 1921 Business Info Management 1495 Bus Marketing Mgmt/Sales AAS 1180 Business: Financial Services 2434 Casino Management 1070 Chemical Dependency Counseling 0517 Civil Engineering Technology 2188 Clinical Laboratory Technician* 0501 Communications/Media Arts (S) 0581 Computer Info Systems AAS 1925 Computer Security & Forensics 0559 Computer Technology 1544 Criminal Justice: Corrections 0640 Criminal Justice: Police 0545 Dental Hygiene (S) 0699 Electrical Engineering Tech 0555 Electrical Technology 0557 Electromechanical Eng Tech 1293 EMT: Paramedic (S) 2061 Environmental Science 2435 Event Management 0641 Financial Services 0639 Fire Protection Technology 1117 Health Info Tech: Medical Rec (S) 2060 Homeland Security 0533 Hotel & Restaurant Management 1175 Human Services AS 0583 Industrial Technology 0635 Liberal Arts & Sciences 0250 Liberal Arts & Sci: Gen Studies 0493 Mechanical Engineering Tech 0574 Medical Assistant (S) 0682 Music 0883 Medical Technology 2+2 with Upstate Medical (s) 0622 Nursing (S) 1906 Office Administration 0691 Paralegal 0489 Physical Therapist Assistant (S) 0628 Radiologic Technology (S) 1123 Records: Info Management 0432 Respiratory Care 2+2 with Upstate Medical Center (S) 1396 Sports Management 1179 Telecommunications Technology: Verizon 2363 Visual Communication Arts 0916 Business 2323 Computed Tomography (n-clinical) (U) 0947 Criminal Justice 1920 Desktop Publishing 0969 Dietary Manager 0968 Early Childhood 1192 Entrepreneurship 0918 Fire Protection Technology 2324 Histological Technician 0949 Human Services 0988 Industrial Technology 1404 Manufacturing Resources Mgmt 2330 Medical Administrative Skills 0062 Medical Transcriptionist 0981 Office Technology 0966 Paralegal Assistant 0905 Phlebotomist 1407 Purchasing 1406 Website Development & 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Info Systems AAS 0559 Computer Technology 2326 Criminal Justice AA 0640 Criminal Justice: Police 2102 Electrical Tech: Electronics 2193 Environmental Technology 0620 Forest Technology 0604 Human Services AAS 0583 Industrial Technology 1120 Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social Sci 0622 Nursing (S) 2303 Renewable Energy Technologies 2101 Wind Energy and Turbine Tech 10 apply online Alcohol/Substance Abuse Counsel 2327 Computer Support 1870 Early Childhood Care/Development 0907 Financial Services 1299 Health Studies 1818 Payroll 2304 Renewable Energy Technologies 2273 Wind Turbine Service Technician COBLESKILL Agricultural Business Mgmt 0898 Agricultural Equipment Tech 0896 Animal Science 1965 Applied Psychology 0794 Biotechnology 0280 Business Administration 2055 Communication in Technology 1622 Culinary Arts Management 1763 Early Childhood Studies: B Environmental and Energy Tech 2229 Financial Services 1857 Fisheries and Aquaculture 2253 Graphic Design Technology 2045 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Transfer) 1120 Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social Sci 0645 Liberal Arts & Sci: Math & Sci 0551 Machine Tool Technology 0596 Manufacturing Technology 2114 Mechanical Tech: CAD Design 0622 Nursing (J) 2008 Recreation Studies 2178 Automotive Mechanics 1167 Computer Aided Drafting 2108 Comp Numerical Control Prog 0968 Early Childhood 2179 Machine Tool Tech: Machine Op 1827 Police Basic Training 1330 Teaching Assistant CORTLAND Adolescence Education: Biology 0128 Adolescence Ed: Chemistry 0131 Adolescence Ed: Earth Science 0120 Adolescence Education: English 0122 Adolescence Education: French 1871 Adoles Ed: French/Spanish (7-12) 0126 Adolescence Ed: Mathematics 0129 Adolescence Education: Physics 0132 Adolescence Ed: Physics/Math 0125 Adolescence Ed: Social Studies 0124 Adolescence Education: Spanish 2426 African American Studies 0301 Anthropology 0793 Archaeology 0177 Art Studio (P) 0308 Art: Fine & Visual Arts 0764 Athletic Training 0387 Biochemistry 1738 Biomedical Science (BS) 0751 Business Economics 1557 Childhood Ed (Grades 1-6) 2244 Coaching 0279 Communications 0704 Community Health 1739 Conservation Biology BA/BS 0810 Criminology 0767 Early Childhood Ed (Birth-2) 1559 Early Childhood/Child Ed (Birth-2 & Grades 1-6) 0322 Economics 0098 Economics-Business Administration 4+1 w/clarkson 0233 Engineering 3+2/Alfred Ceramics 0321 Engineering 3+2/Binghamton 0218 Engineering 3+2/Buffalo Univ 0157 Engin 3+2/Case Western Reserve 0217 Engineering 3+2 with Clarkson 0323 English 0319 Environmental Mgmt 3+2/Duke 1226 Exercise Science 0324 French 1186 Geographic Info Systems 0325 Geography 0327 Geology 0146 Health Education 0249 Human Services 2438 Inclusive Childhood Ed (S) 1826 Inclusive Special Education (1-6) 0844 International Studies 1556 Kinesiology: Fitness Development 0069 Management 4+1 with Clarkson 0883 Medical Tech 2+2/Upstate Med 1524 Musical Theatre BA (A) 1762 New Communication Media 1740 New Media Design 0845 Outdoor Recreation 0147 Physical Ed: Teacher Education 0342 Physics 0343 Political Science 1585 Professional Writing 0310 Public Admin 4+1/Binghamton 0396 Recreation 1915 Recreation Management 0084 Resp Therapy 2+2/ Upstate Med 1484 Social Philosophy 0353 Spanish 0259 Speech & Hearing Science 0182 Sport Management 2245 Sport Studies 1829 Teach English as 2nd Language 1916 Therapeutic Recreation DELHI Acctng: Info Systems Auditing 1852 Architectural Design/Building (S) 2022 Business & Tech Management at Schenectady CC (U) 1509 Business/Professional Golf Mgmt 2207 Business and Tech Management 2410 Business & Tech Mgmt 3 yr 2248 Const Mgmt: Design & Building 2295 Crim Justice/Schenectady CC (U) 2396 Criminal Justice at Schenectady County CC (Online Degree) (O)(U) 1508 Golf and SportsTurf Mgmt 2397 Hospitality Mgmt (Online Degree) (O)(U) 1772 Hospitality Mangement/Hotel & Restaurant Mgmt 1823 Hospitality Mgmt: Club Mgmt 1527 Hospitality Mgmt: Culinary Arts 1168 Hospitality Mgmt: Hotel/Resort 1170 Hospitality Management: Restaurant & Food Service 1169 Hospitality Mgmt: Travel/Tourism 2373 Nursing AAS/BSN 2021 Nursing (Online Degree) (O)(U) 1624 Tech Management: Info Tech 0538 Architectural Technology 0411 Automotive Mechanics AOS 1393 Automotive Technology AAS (S) 0503 Carpentry/Building Trades (AOS) 1392 Carpentry AAS (S) 0581 Computer Info Systems AAS 0540 Construction Technology 2414 Criminal Justice Studies 0578 Culinary Arts 1926 Electric Construction & Instrumentation w/tri-city (B) 1642 Electrical Construction & Instrumentation AAS 1151 Electrical Construction & Instrumentation AOS (S) 1152 Electrical Construction & Plumbing AOS (S) 1153 Electrical Construction & Refrigeration AOS (S) 0620 Forest Technology (S) 1063 Golf Course Operations 1486 Heat/Ventilating/Air Conditioning 0610 Horticulture 0582 Hotel & Resort Management 2310 Integrated Energy Systems (S) 1804 LAS: Adoles Ed (Teacher Ed Trans) 1802 LAS: Child Ed (Teacher Ed Trans) 1803 LAS: Early Childhood Ed (Teacher Ed Transfer) 0638 Landscape Design and Mgmt 2009 LAS: Environmental Studies 1395 LAS: General Studies AA 1394 LAS: General Studies AS 1120 LAS: Humanities & Social Sci 0633 Marketing
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Professional Pilot 1966 Applied Economics 0087 Applied Mathematics 1965 Applied Psychology (T) 2037 Architectural Engineering Tech (J) 1093 Aviation Administration 1676 Bioscience (T) 2038 Business Management 1357 Computer Engineering Tech 1510 CompProgramming/Info Sys 1603 Const Mgmt Engineering Tech 2201 Crim Justice: Law Enforce Tech 1489 Dental Hygiene (U) 0216 Electrical Engineering Tech 2394 Global Business Management 1851 Horticultural Tech Management 0257 Industrial Technology 0261 Manufacturing Engineering Tech 0235 Mechanical Engineering Tech 0290 Medical Technology 0291 Nursing (T) 1021 Pro and Tech Communications 2014 Science, Technology & Society 1319 Security Systems Administration 2082 Software Technology 0182 Sport Management 2251 Telecommunications Tech (F) 1091 Visual Communications: Art & Graphic Design (P) 0525 Automotive Technology 1035 Crim Justice: Law Enforcement 0545 Dental Hygiene (S)(T) 0610 Horticulture 0611 Landscape Development 0635 Liberal Arts & Sciences 0493 Mechanical Engineering Tech 0600 Medical Laboratory Technology 0932 Accounting (U) 0953 Computer Information Systems 1497 Computer Systems Technology 1309 Digital Electronics/Microprocessors 1299 Health Studies 1310 Linear Elec/Communications 1308 Management (U) 1311 Manufacturing Methods 1307 Marketing (U) 0914 Ornamental Horticulture 2028 Sci for the Health Professions FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Accessory Design/Fabrication BFA (P)(S)(U) 1371 Advertising & Marketing Communications BS (U) 2158 Advertising & Marketing Communications (BS)(E/W)(U) 1377 Advertis Design BFA (P)(S)(U) 1848 Art History and Museum Professions BS (S)(U) 1446 Computer Animation & Interactive Media BFA (P)(S)(U) 1376 Cosmetics & Fragrance Marketing BS (S)(U) 1373 Direct and Interactive Marketing BS (S)(U) 2228 Entrepreneurship for the Fashion & Design Ind BS (S)(U) 1383 Fabric Styling BFA (P)(S)(U) 1380 Fashion Design BFA (P)(S)(U) 1372 Fashion Merch Mgmt BS (U) 2169 Fashion Merchandising Management BS (E/W) (U) 0361 Fine Arts (S)(U) 1425 Graphic Design BFA (P)(S)(U) 1370 Home Prod Develop BS (S)(U) 1382 Illustration BFA (P)(S)(U) 1379 Interior Design BFA (P)(U) 2174 Internat Trade & Mktg for the Fash Ind BS (E/W) (U) 1369 International Trade & Marketing- Fashion Industries (U) 2376 Intl. 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AAS (One-Year Assoc) (S)(U) 0662 Communication Design Foundation AAS (P)(S) 2161 Communication Design Foundation AAS (E/W)(S) 0651 Fashion Design AAS (P) 2163 Fashion Design AAS (E/W)(P)(S) 2164 Fashion Design AAS (First Year in Italy) (S) 2162 Fashion Design AAS (One-Year Associate) (U) 2199 Fashion Merch Mgt AAS (1-Yr. 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