Student Success

The Chronicle of Higher Education (December 10, 2010) reports that New Paltz ranks in the top 10 percent of public universities nationwide with the best 6-year graduation rates (41 out of 414 doctoral and masters universities). New Paltz ranks in the top 2 percent among public masters institutions (5th out of…

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International Achievement in Sculpture

MFA candidate Keith Hoyt (Sculpture), was awarded the International Sculpture Center’s 2010 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award. Senior BFA student Elizabeth Torrey (Sculpture) received an Honorable Mention in the competition as well. The sculpture students were nominated and mentored by sculpture faculty, Emily Puthoff and Steven Bradford. This year’s…

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Open House 2010

Come experience New Paltz in person on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at the Undergraduate Open House. There is an excitement in being a New Paltz student, an excitement we hope students get a taste of during their visit – a taste only experienced in-person, on-site. The New Paltz Open House is designed…

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It Gets Better

In recent weeks and months, there has been a disturbing increase in teen and college student suicide. Through a variety of social media outlets, you may have seen a It Gets Better campaign to educate on suicide prevention, directed at for those in the LGBTQ community and for victims of bullying…

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Make A Difference Day

Students, faculty and staff at the State University of New York at New Paltz will dedicate themselves to the local community on Friday, Oct. 22 and Sunday, Oct. 24 in honor of Make a Difference Day 2010. For the sixth consecutive year, the college is taking part in the national day of…

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