SUNY (State University of New York) offers over 5,000 undergraduate programs of study within SUNY’s 64 university and campuses. Some majors include business, performing arts, engineering, medicine, agriculture, and literature. SUNY also provides students the opportunity to study abroad with over 400 study abroad programs across the SUNY system. Regarding admissions, SUNY offers early action or early decision admission and to seek admission through an Educational Opportunity Program (EOP). Student can take classes online and transfer coursework within SUNY. Student athletes can also compete in NCAA/NJCAA Division I, II or III athletics.
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Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
The State University of New York’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides access, academic support, and financial aid to students who show promise for mastering college-level work, but who may otherwise not be admitted. Offered primarily to full-time students who are New York State residents, EOP accepts students who qualify, academically and economically, for the program.
Other SUNY Resources
SUNY (State University of New York) Complete Campus List
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SUNY Academic Program Search
Search SUNY schools and learn about majors, minors and academic offerings to obtain your Bachelors and/or Masters Degree.
SUNY Admissions Information Summary (University Centers, University Colleges, and Colleges of Technology)
Browse the SUNY Colleges based on the mean GPA and SAT scores.
SUNY HONORS PROGRAMS Information Summary
Wonderful opportunities are available to students through SUNY honors programs. These opportunities vary from college to college and may include academic coursework, merit scholarships, residence life options, research or independent study with faculty, etc. Browse a list of the SUNY campuses that offer honors programs.
SUNY Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
Here are the 2019-2020 tuition and fees for all SUNY schools.