SUNY New Paltz offers Continuing Education Credits throughout the year. Please contact Dylan Hurley at 845-257-3299 or email him at email@example.com for more information about current CEUs. Please review the below
SUNY New Paltz is approved by NYSED to offer Creative Arts Therapy continuing education. CEU offerings provide students with the required hours of continued education necessary for maintaining licensure. These courses do not offer graduate credit.
New students must complete the CEU Application 18-19 and submit it to the Office of Graduate and Extended Learning via email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 845-257-3284, along with an unofficial transcript from their undergraduate institution, and the registration payment form.
Returning students may register for a CEU offering online by logging into my.newpaltz.edu. When registering, select the appropriate CEU course and section number. Otherwise, you may be enrolled in a credit bearing course offered at the appropriate SUNY tuition rates.
REGISTRATION TIP: Looking up your CRNs (Class Registration Numbers) on the Schedule of Classes prior to registration is the quickest way to enroll in a course.
There is a non-refundable $25 application processing fee. Payment can be made by check, money order or credit card. Please complete the payment form and fax to Graduate & Extended Learning (845)257-3284 or mail to:
You can pay for your CEU course in one of three ways:
- Online through my.newpaltz.edu
- Call the Student Accounts office at 845-257-3150 during normal business hours.
- Mail checks or money orders payable to SUNY New Paltz to:
Office of Student Accounts
State University of New York
400 Hawk Drive
New Paltz, NY 12561-2438
Questions & Departmental Contacts
- Application & Registration: The Graduate & Extended Learning Program Assistant, Dylan Hurley, may be reached via email (email@example.com) or telephone (845-257-3299).
- Music Therapy Courses: The Music Department may be reached via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone (845-257-2700).
- Payment: Student Accounts may be reached via email (email@example.com) or telephone (845-257-3150).
All students planning to use the parking facilities must obtain a parking hang-tag from the Parking Office in Haggerty Administration Building, Room 35. Parking permit applications may be downloaded from their website.
SUNY New Paltz is approved by New York State Education Department (NYSED) to offer professionally certified teachers the opportunity to earn Continuing Teaching and Leader Education (CTLE) hours when enrolled in select graduate level courses as a non-degree student. CTLE offerings at SUNY New Paltz provide teachers with the required hours necessary for maintaining NYS professional teaching certification.
Applying for CTLE Credits.
Students who wish to earn CTLE hours for a graduate course must:
- Submit a Non-Degree Graduate Application along with an Approved Continuing Teacher and Leader Education Hour(s) Certificate. (NOTE: Applicants only need to complete Section I of the CTLE certificate prior to submission.)
- Upon receipt of a non-degree application, CTLE certificate request and course registration, the Office of Graduate & Extended Learning will work with the faculty and certification officer to ensure that the certificate request is processed.
CTLE Approval Process
- At the conclusion of the graduate course, the instructor will complete Section II of the certificate request if the student has:
- successfully completed the course with a grade of a B- or better
- satisfied the number of CTLE hours awarded. (NOTE: "Number of CTLE Hours Awarded" is equal to the number of course contact hours - e.g. a 3 credit graduate class requires 45 contact hours and is worth 45 CTLE hours).
- SUNY New Paltz's Authorized Certifying Office, Associate Dean Aaron Isabelle, will complete Section III for each certificate and return approved documents to the student via email. The student receives a completed certificate for each course from his/her instructor. As noted within the certificate instructions for trainees, all students must retain their own copy of each CTLE certificate for eight years, along with a transcript showing completion of the graduate course.