Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

100% of SUNY New Paltz students are in compliance with SUNY’s Vaccine Policy

A big thanks to each and every student who stepped up and made it possible for us to enjoy a lively campus environment this fall!

Nov. 26 is Sojourner Truth Day in Ulster County, thanks in part to these New Paltz students

Inside their effort to achieve long-deserved recognition for the abolitionist icon

New Paltz students had highest voting rate in SUNY in 2020

Gold Seal in ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge means a 70% + participation rate

Two from New Paltz selected as SUNY Hispanic Leadership Institute fellows

Dante Cantú and Tanhena Pacheco Dunn will support the next generation of Hispanic / Latinx leaders

Champs! Field Hockey caps magical season with sixth SUNYAC title

Team wins conference crown after a hard-fought shutout over Cortland

Featured Photo

This is why we live here. Photo from an early morning hike by Photographer/Videographer Robin Weinstein '14 (@robsta_gram).

More news from around campus

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

Sierra Magazine: New Paltz is a Cool School

We are once again a Top 200 most environmentally friendly college

Earth’s lakes are warming at a feverish pace, with the Great Lakes leading the way

11/4/21, Washington Post
Study co-authored by Professor David Richardson earns national press

NY food scrap law to take effect Jan. 1: Organizations generating two tons or more of unused food per week must donate or compost

11/12/21, Times Union
At SUNY New Paltz, untouched food is donated through FeedHV, which services a regional network of 28 food recovery organizations

The Post-9/11 Generation’s View of Safety

11/15/21, Inside Higher Ed
Professor Karla Vermeulen discusses long-lasting impact of 9/11