The Pre-Enrollment Deposit (PED) or the EOP Confirmation Form for fall enrollment is due May 1 (or 10 business days from the date on your acceptance letter, whichever is later).
SUBMIT YOUR PRE-ENROLLMENT DEPOSIT ONE OF THREE WAYS
Telephone: Call 845-257-3150 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Mail: Check or money orders payable to SUNY New Paltz.
Office of Student Accounts
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561
DEPOSIT REFUND INFORMATION
The deposit may be refunded if a written request for a refund is received in the Office of Student Accounts as follows:
In no case will refunds be considered if a written request is received after the official first day of classes for that semester (SUNY Administrative Policies 057.7).
Your high school is required to send the Office of Undergraduate Admission a final official copy of your high school transcript with the date of graduation posted on it. This is necessary for both residency documentation and financial aid verification. If your high school guidance office has not done so, please request they do so immediately.
If you have taken college courses, AP courses, or IB courses while in high school and wish to receive credit for these courses, you must request that official transcripts/score reports be sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admission in order to be considered for credit.
The due date of the above documents is the midpoint of the student's first semester at SUNY New Paltz. Transfer credit and/or course waivers may not be accepted beyond this date.
All new students, regardless of age, number of credits taken, or previous college attendance, are required by New York State to submit the Health Report and Physician’s Certificate of Immunization. Visit the Student Health Center website for the necessary forms and instructions. These forms need to be received by the Student Health Center no later than the first day of classes. If not received, the student will be de-registered from all classes and asked to leave their residence hall.
All freshmen are expected to attend our three-day Student Orientation and registration program for new students and their families.
Academic advising, course registration, transition from high school to college activities, and much more take place during the orientation program. Detailed information will be sent to all freshmen who have submitted their Pre-Enrollment Deposit/EOP Confirmation Form from the Office of Student Development.
INFORMATION FOR ACCEPTED U.S. SERVICE MEMBERS, VETERANS, AND THEIR DEPDENDENTS
NEWLY ACCEPTED STUDENTS WHO ARE DEPLOYED TO ACTIVE DUTY
Applicants to the college who have accepted an offer of admission by submitting the Pre-Enrollment Deposit, but who have not yet registered for classes, are eligible to defer admission and enrollment. They are permitted to enroll with the next entering class following discharge from active duty, provided the college receives adequate notice of the applicant's intention to enroll. The applicant need not re-apply for admission or pay any additional application fee or pre-enrollment deposit. Applicants must contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission or the Office of Veteran and Military Services to request a military deferral.
INFORMATION FOR ALL STUDENTS (INCLUDING U.S. SERVICE MEMBERS, VETERANS, AND THEIR DEPENDENTS)
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