Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz rises across the board in 2022 U.S. News & World Report college rankings

The No. 6 public university in the Northeast, and recognition on 11 other lists including Best Colleges for Veterans, Most Innovative and Best Value

 

 

Darnisa Amante-Jackson is the fall ’21 Distinguished Speaker

Join us for “The Culture of DEI: Creating and Manifesting Belonging,” on Nov. 10 at 5 p.m.

We are testing vaccinated and unvaccinated students, faculty and staff

Info, instructions and schedules about our on-campus surveillance testing process

President Christian’s October Report

Updates on pandemic management and enrollment, and a dispatch from Parent & Family Weekend


Science Lab Initiative: Funding for k-12 technology education in the Hudson Valley

Assemblymember Kevin Cahill ’77 and The Benjamin Center collaborate on a science pathway from kindergarten through college

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More news from around campus

EOP Alumna Elsa Batista ’00 ’03g named Teacher of the Year

Batista’s teaching is imbued with lessons inspired by her early life in the Dominican Republic and her strong family roots in the Bronx

 

 

College exceeds goal for first-ever campaign, raising more than $24.7 million in philanthropic support

Generosity of the worldwide SUNY New Paltz community will create create new opportunities for current and future generations of students

Sierra Magazine: New Paltz is a Cool School

We are once again a Top 200 most environmentally friendly college


200-year-old bones unearthed from Newburgh’s ‘Colored Burial Ground’ may finally rest

9/27/21, Times Herald-Record
Resolution may soon come for remains found 13 years ago, which have been preserved and analyzed by SUNY New Paltz’s Department of Anthropology

New Paltz Halloween Parade is on, along with the first annual Halloween Fair on Huguenot Street

10/5/21, Hudson Valley One
One of our town’s favorite traditions will return after a 2020 hiatus

One Epic Place opens New Paltz Visitors’ Center at 126 Main Street

10/13/21, Hudson Valley One
When the New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce announced recently that it was folding as a result of the pandemic’s stifling effects on its fundraising capacity, One Epic Place had already assumed responsibility for some of the Chamber’s most popular functions