SUNY Schenectady Admissions
Welcome to SUNY Schenectady!
We understand that when you're considering a college you’re looking for:
- A convenient location
- Affordable tuition
- Innovative academic programs
- Strong student support services
If you’re fresh out of high school or returning to a classroom setting for the first time in several years we are committed to help you reach your career goals!
Enrolled students are eligible for:
- CDTA Bus Pass*
- YMCA Membership*
- Free Campus Parking
Admissions is available Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Call 518-381-1366 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Admissions Office is open! We offer both in-person and virtual visits. Students who would like to meet with an Admissions Advisor are encouraged to make an appointment to guarantee someone is available to meet with them. Prospective students who wish to drop off transcripts and complete admissions applications are welcome to walk-in during normal business hours.
* Student must pay Student Activity fee
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Virtual Advisor Appointments
Make a Virtual Admissions Advisor Appointment. Get your questions about SUNY Schenectady answered from the comfort of home. The link takes you to a calendar to find available appointments, fill out the registration form and meet with advisors. Students can schedule their appointment up to 1 hour before an appointment slot begins.
Our faculty are top-notch.
More than 55 degree, program and certificate options.
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Music, lectures, social events...there's always something happening.
You may qualify for free tuition.
Our grads transfer, and get great jobs.
Great things are happening here!
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Nkeiru Ubadike '19 began presenting her scientific research as a student at SUNY Schenectady and is now interning in Vienna, Austria, at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Headquarters, part of the United Nations System.
SUNY Schenectady and Ellis Medicine Collaboration Will Change Landscape of Healthcare Employment Opportunities and Nursing Education in the Capital Region
Officials announce plans for new college-to-employment program and pipeline to the Belanger School of Nursing at Ellis.
Meteorology professor, NASA field campaign co-leader, and researcher, Erin Potter is launching weather balloons and giving her SUNY Schenectady students a behind-the-scenes look at the NASA program.
Nate Friedman and Rayanne Vasquez are gaining invaluable experience in photography and videography, interning in state government.
Students choose each week how they want to take Professor Matt Farron's Marketing course: in person, synchronously through Zoom Rooms, or by logging on at a different time asynchronously.
Annual side-by-side concert featuring 21 area high school musicians.
A representative from SUNY Buffalo State University will be available to discuss transfer options with interested students.
A representative from SUNY Potsdam will be available to discuss transfer options with interested students.
Students, alumni, and members of the public are invited to the Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Career Expo.
Join the Community and Cultural Events Committee for a film and panel discussion.