Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz


Accepted Students Open House is April 20

All accepted first-year and transfer students are welcome to learn more about all SUNY New Palz has to offer

Aki Goto is the winner of the 2024 Hudson Valley Artists Purchase Award

Currently featured in the Dorsky’s Bibliography exhibition, Goto was recognized in annual contest that honors artistic excellence in the area

Photo of President Darrell P. Wheeler

President Wheeler’s April 2024 Report to the Faculty

Updates on Orange & Blue Day, budget and more

SUNY New Paltz initiating two-year process to seek a new athletic conference

Goal of transition is to enhance the athletics and academic experience for all SUNY New Paltz students

SUNY New Paltz announces its 40 Under Forty honorees

Check out the ambitious and innovative alumni leaders being honored this year

Featured Photo

More news from around campus

Governor Hochul, IDMH launch mental health assessment for New York first responders

Partnership supports shared commitment to strengthen mental health care access for state’s first responder population

Distinguished Speaker Series welcomes Museum of Natural History President Sean Decatur

“Past is more than Prologue” will explore how the history of our planet explains present-day scientific dilemmas

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Julia Yilmaz ’23 works to make navigating the healthcare system a little easier

Yilmaz created a website prototype titled “Bloom Policy” that aims to address discrepancies in the U.S. health insurance system

Profile of New Paltz’s effort to recover and study the remains of enslaved Africans

3/19/24, Poughkeepsie Journal
A group of students and faculty have undergone a years-long study of local burial sites to illuminate Black history

Coverage of SUNY New Paltz’s solar eclipse viewing party

4/8/24, Daily Freeman
More than 1,000 attended once-in-a-generation solar eclipse celebration

Biology Professor David Richardson quoted in article on climate change impact in the Adirondacks

4/14/24, New York Almaanack
Richardson lends his expertise to weigh in on existential enviromental issues in the region