Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

Fall Semester 2020 Re-opening plan

New Paltz Forward: Fall 2020 reopening plan

 

Working toward a common goal: Providing high-quality educational experiences, while prioritizing the health and safety of our community

 

SUNYAC suspends fall sports season

Athletic conference acts in response to health and safety concerns


How will Theatre Arts continue during COVID-19?

New Paltz plans smaller productions, more focus on marginalized voices

Six employees earn Presidential Recognition Awards

Honoring Classified Staff for outstanding service and dedication


Engineering Innovation Hub is LEED Gold

Newest building on campus certified for sustainable design

Photo of the Week

It's a little lonely on campus right now, but the hawks living in Parker Quad seem to enjoy the privacy. Photo by Robin Weinstein, July 2, 2020. Follow @robsta_gram for more.

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Secure student accounts with multifactor authentication

Students: Protect your data this summer, before it becomes mandatory in the fall

Stay Home, Make Art

More than 250 Hudson Valley artists contribute to virtual exhibition curated by The Dorsky

College announces spring 2020 Dean’s List

Recognizing academic excellence of more than 3,000 students

How Top Music Attorney Dina LaPolt Shattered Ceilings, One at a Time

07/14/20, Variety
New Paltz alumna has represented artists including Britney Spears, 21 Savage, Deadmau5 and, the Tupac Shakur estate

SUNYAC: Local student-athletes take shutdown in stride, hope for a spring awakening

07/21/20, Rockland/Westchester Journal News
Staying positive and looking forward

Urbahn Architects brings Gold to SUNY’s green efforts

07/22/20, Real Estate Weekly
“The important lesson learned from this project is that an efficient, sustainable building can be designed within the confines of a limited budget”