Best Value, Best Teaching, Least Debt: SUNY New Paltz scores on more lists than ever before in 2022-23 U.S. News & World Report rankings

  SUNY New Paltz was rated the No. 6 best public university in the northeast (non-doctoral) and appeared on 14 distinct lists – the most in campus history – in […]

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Introducing new Academic Advisors and Student Success specialists

The Office of Academic Advising and Center for Student Success are pleased to introduce the following new team members who will be joining the College to support students’ academic success […]

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A trip to the lake: Student/faculty collaboration continues ecosystem research, just a few miles from campus

  Mohonk Lake is a summer destination for swimming, kayaking, fishing and hiking, but for SUNY New Paltz rising senior Paloma Rosario ’23 (Biology; Creative Writing), it’s also a perfect spot […]

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Introducing new faculty members for the 2022-23 academic year

The College is pleased to introduce the scholars, educators and artists who will join the SUNY New Paltz community as new full-time faculty in the fall 2022 semester. Please join […]

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College Consensus says SUNY New Paltz is one of the 30 best values in the U.S.

SUNY New Paltz was rated No. 30 on College Consensus’s 2022 list of the Best Value Colleges & Universities in the United States, earning the highest ranking of any SUNY […]

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Digging this summer: Brooke Cammann ’23 travels to Italy for excavation project

  Brooke Cammann (Art History; Chemistry) fell in love with Italian art history as a first-year student in the SUNY New Paltz Honors Program, but it took until 2022 for […]

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“One of the most academically prepared groups we’ve seen”: SUNY New Paltz to welcome incoming class of 2022

NEW PALTZ – More than 1,100 first-year students and about 600 transfer students will join the SUNY New Paltz community this fall, as the College prepares to welcome a diverse […]

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Are our brains fractals, and why should we care?: AC2 student researchers combine math, biology and psychology in new study

  Can brain geometry help us understand mental health?   Rising SUNY New Paltz seniors Amani-Dasia Agustin ’23 (Biology) and Anthony Cooper (Mathematics) partnered with Associate Professor of Mathematics Anca Radulescu […]

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