Fall Enrollment: Due by May 1 or within 10 days of date of acceptance if accepted after May 1.
Spring Enrollment: Due within 10 days of date of acceptance.
For on-campus housing you must submit the ARD with the PED.*
*If at such time as on campus housing is maximized, we will no longer be able to accept ARDs.
Online: my.newpaltz.edu (you can use VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or ACH check).
Telephone: Call 845-257-3150 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday (pay by VISA, MasterCard, or American Express).
Mail: Check or money orders payable to SUNY New Paltz.
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561
Deposit (PED/ARD) Refund Information.
The PED/ARD 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 the written request is received after the official first day of classes for that semester (SUNY Administrative Policies 057.7).
All accepted transfer students must attend a one-day Transfer Orientation/Course Registration session. Academic advisement, explanations of college academic policies and procedures, and registration for courses are important parts of each session. Information on Transfer Orientation and Course Registration can be found on the Office of Student Development website. For questions regarding Transfer Orientation, contact the Office of Student Development at 845-257-3088 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You need to request that your previous college Registrar's Office forward an official, final transcript to the Office of Undergraduate Admission so that your credit evaluation can be finalized. Your final transcript needs to be received by the midpoint of your first semester at SUNY New Paltz. Transcripts received after this date are not guaranteed a credit evaluation and transfer of credit.
All accepted transfer students who enroll must submit official documentation of graduation from high school. This is a New York State Education Department mandate. Acceptable documentation includes: an official, final high school transcript with date of graduation posted on it, an official TASC (GED) score report, school superintendent's letter certifying completion of all home school requirements, official score report from either Accuplacer or CELSA, receipt of the NYS Equivalency Diploma based on successful completion of 24 approved college credits. Online correspondence high school graduation is not recognized by New York State; such students must present an official TASC (GED) score report.
If you have received credit for college-level course taken in high school, as well as AP and IB course work, you need to submit official transcripts/score reports in order to receive this credit at SUNY New Paltz. Credit is not granted based on notations on your current college transcript(s).
Submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required for consideration for any federal, state, private grant or loan program. The FAFSA can be submitted anytime after Jan. 1, but the sooner, the better. The SUNY New Paltz FAFSA code is 002846. For the New York State Tuition Assistance Program, the SUNY New Paltz TAP code is 0925. Further financial aid information can be found on the SUNY New Paltz Financial Aid website or by calling 845-257-3250.
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 the the Student Health Center by the first day of classes. Failure to submit these forms will result in de-registration from all courses.
Contact the Office of Veteran and Military Services at 845-257-3120 or email@example.com for information on financial aid opportunities that are available.
Applicants 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 their discharge from active duty, provided the college receives adequate notice of their intention to enroll. Applicants need not reapply for admission or pay additional application fees or the pre-enrollment deposit. Applicants must contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission or the Office of Veteran and Military Services to request a military deferral.
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