Every year, thousands of prospective SUNY students fill out their application online. It’s simple, secure, and green! The online app is called applySUNY.
applySUNY is an application portal that allows you to complete an application for admission, any required supplemental applications and your academic record all in one place. Even better, these documents are accepted by virtually all SUNY campuses. Submit your documents once, and they will be transmitted to as many SUNY campuses as you designate.
We put together a ten-step checklist to follow when applying to SUNY with applySUNY:
This week, dozens of SUNY presidents joined Governor Cuomo, Lieutenant Governor Duffy, and Chancellor Zimpher at a forum on the Governor’s Tax Free New York proposal. The plan, introduced in May by Governor Cuomo on a flash tour across New York, utilizes SUNY campuses to provide a tax-free zone for new businesses, which will spur investment while taking advantage of SUNY’s higher education for human capital and business development.
The day started off with Lieutenant Governor Duffy introducing Cornell President Dr. Skorton and CNSE CEO Dr. Kaloyeros, who both Continue reading
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Eric Limer is a tech enthusiast and a professional writer for popular technology blog Gizmodo, part of the Gawker Media network. Mr. Limer is a University at Albany alumnus of the Class of 2011 with a B.A. in English Literature.
Following graduation, Mr. Limer turned an internship into a job with technology blog Geekosystem. He then began to contribute to technology blog, Gizmodo, until he joined the team as a Staff Writer this spring.
As a Staff Writer, Mr. Limer composes dozens of articles every week and garners hundreds of thousands of impressions on his stories, which is a testament to his talent and persistence in his work. Although the focus of Gizmodo is on technology, Mr. Limer finds no limit; he authors content ranging from NASA‘s thermal tiles to explaining why orange juice and the aftertaste of toothpaste don’t mix.
SUNY New Paltz announced in May a new program — and venture — into Digital Design and Fabrication at the College in way of 3D printing. The commercialized aspect, appropriately named Hudson Valley 3D Printing, will continue to seek investment and work directly with the state’s first certificate program in 3D Printing at SUNY New Paltz.
“This is what they do in Silicon Valley. This is what they do in Cambridge,” Laurence Gottlieb, President and CEO for the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation, told YNN.
SUNY this week welcomed SUNY Student Assembly President-elect Tremayne Price as the newest member of the SUNY Board of Trustees. Mr. Price is a graduate student at the University at Albany who recently earned his bachelor’s degree at the campus.
“SUNY students are at the core of the university’s mission and it is critical that they are represented by an individual whose sole purpose on the Board of Trustees is to ensure that their collective voice is heard,” said SUNY Board Chairman H. Carl McCall. “We are happy to welcome Trey Price and look forward to working with him and the Student Assembly over the next year.”