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How Enriching Campus Life Helps Drive Our Local Economy

Beyond SUNY being the nation’s largest comprehensive public university system, it’s also the biggest employer for some regions, helping those communities thrive. Our students give back by volunteering with local organizations that provide assistance to residents, and our faculty spearhead programs that benefit community members. Out of our 64 campuses, SUNY Cobleskill recently received an […]


Ask an Expert: What is Pneumonia, and How Do I Avoid and Treat It?

Colds and flus are common during the winter, thanks to more time spent indoors and the easy spread of germs. However, when viruses and bacteria get into the lungs, even what started as a simple cold can turn into pneumonia. It’s important to know when your symptoms have become something more serious and what to […]


Experience The Passion For Poetry At A Campus Near You

Home to over 290 undergraduate programs in visual and performing arts, SUNY campuses are where art thrives. Diverse artists are empowered to create vibrant art that enhances student life and enriches higher education. From visualizing how to address conflict in safe ways to revolutionizing the very definition of art, SUNY students and faculty have been […]


30 Days of Giving 2019, Day 30: SUNY Oneonta Says Yes We Can

The SUNY Oneonta campus community came together to help those in need by collecting non-perishable food items in honor of President Morris’ inauguration, bringing in 1,556 pounds of nonperishable food items. More than half was donated by students. A fun “Yes We Can” promotion featured Campbell Soup-like advertising with collection bins styled as soup cans. […]