Commencement 2021 update: We are planning a series of smaller in-person ceremonies; Plans are subject to change based on COVID-19 numbers and public health guidance

SUNY New Paltz is pleased to share that we intend to hold a series of smaller, shorter, in-person Commencement ceremonies for our 2021 graduates on May 14-16 and 2020 graduates […]

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Students: Share your scholarship at the Student Research Symposium

The Student Research Symposium, New Paltz’s annual showcase of student-faculty scholarship, will return this year on Friday, April 30, in a virtual format, and all undergraduate and graduate students who […]

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New Paltz named a Top 25 Best Value nationwide in 2021 College Consensus ranking

SUNY New Paltz was rated No. 25 on College’s Consensus’s 2021 list of the Best Value Colleges & Universities in the United States, earning the highest ranking of any SUNY […]

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Eight new faculty members join 2020-21 SUNY PRODiG cohort

The College is pleased to announce that eight faculty members who joined the campus community for the fall 2020 semester have been accepted into the SUNY PRODiG cohort for the […]

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Students: Start planning now! Summer and fall schedules of classes are now available

The Office of Records & Registration has published the summer 2021 and fall 2021 schedules of classes, which are now available at https://www.newpaltz.edu/classes/. All matriculated graduate students will be able to […]

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10 stories from the campus community that gave us hope during COVID-19

What a year.  It was March 11, 2020, that Governor Cuomo first announced that all SUNY campuses would move to maximize remote learning for the remainder of the spring 2020 […]

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Provost Lyman’s March 2021 Report to Faculty

The following report was shared with faculty and staff by email on March 2. Dear Academic and Professional Faculty Colleagues: Thank you to the faculty for your thoughtfulness in facilitating […]

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Women’s History Month kicks off with the Women’s Leadership Summit

Since 2015, more than 100 SUNY New Paltz alumnae and thought leaders have offered first-hand advice to help students accelerate toward their professional goals at the College’s Women’s Leadership Summit. […]

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Faculty member’s new book explores antiracist professional development for white teachers

Shannon McManimon, assistant professor of educational studies & leadership, is coauthor of the new book, “Building Pedagogues: White Practicing Teachers and the Struggle for Antiracist Work in Schools,” published in […]

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