Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz named a Top 10 Military Friendly® School


Rising up the ranks of the best colleges serving veterans, dependents and active military students


VITA 2020: Get free income tax help at SUNY New Paltz

Walk-ins welcome from Feb. 3 – April 7 at van den Berg Hall

Men’s Basketball partners with SA on first Unity Game

“We pledge to listen, to learn, to collaborate and to seek unity and peace”

College announces fall ’19 Dean’s List

Honoring full-time students who excel academically

Gerald Benjamin announces retirement after 50+ year career

Benjamin Center Director is the foremost scholar on local and state government

Photo of the Week

Staff from across campus worked long hours last week to support the welfare of SUNY New Paltz students, including by delivering water jugs to every residence hall on campus (A Student Affairs team hit all 14 halls in about 90 minutes on Feb. 13!) and hosting "Water You Doing This Week?" programs for the 230+ students who were unable to return home.

More News from SUNY New Paltz

Eight campus buildings get new LED lighting

Doubling the number of sustainably lit interior spaces at the College

Tony Falco ’83 creates one-of-a-kind venue despite zero tickets sold

Building a DIY career as music promoter at Marlboro, New York, venue The Falcon

Student Art Alliance bringing world-class artists to campus this spring

Visiting Artist Lecture Series returns with six exceptional creators working in diverse media

Is the loss of quality journalism a threat to our democracy?

02/06/20, New Paltz Times
Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. and James H. Ottaway, Jr., chat with local columnist ahead of March 4 Distinguished Speaker Series appearance

Treating the trauma caused by natural disasters

02/11/20, New Paltz Times
IDMH Director Amy Nitza at the forefront of NY’s effort to assist Puerto Rico

Governor Cuomo Announces Do Not Drink Advisory Lifted for New Paltz Water System

02/14/20, NYS Governor
Water declared safe to drink following isolation of contamination source and extensive testing


Concert Series: Faculty Jazz
8 p.m.

SUNY New Paltz jazz artist faculty perform an evening of standards and original compositions


Tintype Demonstration with Eric A. Johnson
3:30 p.m.

A unique opportunity to see this 19th-century photographic process live, from preparation of the plate, to exposure, to development and fixing


Cave Dogs presents Liquid States
7 p.m.

A performance combining visual artists, musicians and storytellers in the spirit of creating interdisciplinary, multi-sensory performances