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SUNY New Paltz

Admissions Presentation

Larissa Goldberg

on 19 January 2013

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Transcript of SUNY New Paltz

Enrollment Profile

High School average: 87-94
Average SAT score: 1040-1280
Average ACT score range: 22-30

Undergraduates: 6,582
Graduate students: 1,303


73% of classes are less than 30 students
91% of classes are less than 40 students Academics The College has six academic schools:
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
School of Business
School of Education
School of Fine and Performing Arts
School of Science & Engineering
The Graduate School of New Paltz

105: Undergraduate Degree Programs
50: Graduate Degree Programs A creative environment for DISCOVERY SUNY New Paltz: A Location for Life Class Size Student/Faculty Ratio Enrollment Admission Academic Majors Top 10 Undergraduate Programs

Visual Arts
Childhood Education
Early Childhood (B2)
Communication disorders
Communication Media Top 10 Graduate Programs

Literacy Education: B-6 (MSED)
Electrical Engineering (MS)
School Leadership (CAS)
Communication Disorders (MS)
Business Administration (MBA)
Humanistic-Multicultural ED (MPS)
Second Language Education (MSED)
English (MA)
Special Ed: Adolescence Ed (MSED)
Computer Science (MS) Annual Costs
In-State Tuition $5,570
Out-of-State Tuition $14,820
Room & Board $6,807

In-State Total $12,377
Out-of-State Total $21,627 Student Life 800: Leadership opportunities for students 200: Recognized clubs and organizations 15: NCAA Division III Sports Athletic and Wellness Center 13: Residence Halls Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art Performing Arts Admissions Information Completed application

Official high school transcript

Results of the SAT or ACT

Personal essay

One letter of academic recommendation Dynamic Town
Stunning Natural Setting
World class connections Office of Undergraduate Admission
845-257-3200 (Telephone)
admissions@newpaltz.edu 1828: The New Paltz Classical School 1884: State Normal School 1938: State Teachers College 1948: New Paltz becomes a founding unit of SUNY system 10: Unique dining areas Application Deadline April 1st
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