Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz COVID-19 guidance for spring 2022

Updated policies require all students and employees to be tested before returning to campus, and all eligible students to get a booster

Psychological Counseling Center welcomes two new Senior Counselors

Atalia Lyte and Brenden Garcia ’14 (Psychology) ‘17g (Mental Health Counseling) started serving our students in October

SUNY Board of Trustees appoints Deborah F. Stanley as interim chancellor effective Jan. 15, 2022

Stanley steps in following the resignation of previous SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras

Community testing site opens at New Paltz

State-run COVID-19 testing site opens to the public

Matching Gift Challenge raises more than $100,000 for EOP

Gift Challenge exceeded original goal and donations will continue to be accepted

Featured Photo

The snow on campus reminds us why this time of year can be magical. Photo from Robin Weinstein '14 (@robsta_gram).

Acclaimed neuroscientist extolls the perks of “Good Anxiety”

New York University professor shared how we can all manage anxiety as part of “Without Limits” series



New Paltz rises in 2022 U.S. News & World Report rankings

The No. 6 public university in the Northeast, Best Colleges for Veterans, Most Innovative, Best Value and more

“Mary Frank: The Observing Heart,” opens Feb. 5 at The Dorsky Museum

Exhbit showcases work of acclaimed artist and activist, which spans over 60 years

Our lakes are losing their ice cover faster than ever — here’s what that means for us

12/20/21, The Conversation
Department of Biology Professor David Richardson co-authored article on impact of climate change

SUNY New Paltz president retires and reflects

1/7/21, Hudson Valley One
President Christian is profiled on the ongoing search for his succcessor, and his legacy as a whole

‘The Hands That Feed Us’ showcases New Paltz grad’s work at The Falcon

1/7/21, Poughkeepsie Journal
Local artist Barbara Masterson ’90g (MFA)’s exhibit examines the plight of migrant workers