As the spring 2017 semester wound to a close, students and faculty set aside the afternoon and evening of Friday, May 5, for “Minds @ Work,” a series of events devoted to students’ creative and scholarly output, including the 23rd annual Student Research Symposium.
On May 19, 20 & 21, over 2,500 undergraduate & graduate degrees were conferred at SUNY New Paltz...
Lagusta’s Luscious in downtown New Paltz partnered with SUNY New Paltz to create chocolate skulls for the television series Bones...
John Dawson ’18 will head to Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico for a paid, three-month internship this summer.
SUNY New Paltz honors young alumni who are thriving in their fields
The Museum of the City of New York's New York Silver, Then and Now features six New Paltz metalsmiths
Summer Engineering Camp for girls wraps with career panel
Evaluators cite Great Teaching, Engaged Students, Vibrant Community and Successful Outcomes
Incoming class will be among largest in New Paltz history
Amateur astronomers flock to New Paltz to see it with their own (protected!) eyes
Community turns out to cheer more than 2,000 new first-year and transfer students
"We're searching for the answer, for the first time."
College makes best-of lists for Veterans, Engineering, Value
Walk of Honor dedication highlights fall weekend at alma mater
New campus landmark pays tribute to community members past and present
Volunteers give time, service at more than 30 regional agencies
Celebrating a life of public service
Leaders from tech, business, arts and education discuss sustainable growth for the region
College earns "Gold" status for excellence in serving those who served
"We invite anyone who's in need to come in"
High marks for combining academic quality and affordability
Report: SUNY New Paltz is county's #1 employer, generates nearly $360 million to region
"I want to do my best, as one world citizen, to put on an enjoyable show for everyone."
List measures colleges' ability to help economically disadvantaged students succeed
"He made me feel what every person wants to feel: validated, heard, understood"
Recognizing the lives and careers of Janus Adams '67 and James H. Ottaway Jr.
“These activities predict later success, so it’s great to be able to bring them into my own classroom”
Watch on ESPN: "Dear Andrew," Nick Paquette's open letter to NBA prospect Andrew Jones
For 50 years, newly-enhanced facility has met regional needs for clinical services
Historic first place finish & All-American honors in 200-yard butterfly at D3 finals
Adama Ouedraogo ’18 develops solar-powered medical cooler for use in developing nations
“Avenue Q” cast members trained with professional-quality puppets and Broadway-tested faculty
New Paltz is first in SUNY to offer BS focusing on “Big Data” in business
State-of-the-art battery storage unit and 217 kw of photovoltaic arrays
Reem Ahmed and Julia Friedman will speak at Undergraduate Commencement Ceremonies
Students across disciplines showcase their scholarship with summer around the corner
Award will support investment in metal and wax 3D printing technologies
Fourth annual ceremony highlighted by alumna’s moving tribute to brother
“EOP at New Paltz is really a leader and an exceptional model"
“Wherever you go and whatever you do from this time forward, you will always be part of New Paltz, and New Paltz will always be part of you”
Paying tribute to beloved SUNY New Paltz community members
Grant-funded research at New Paltz enhances farm-to-industry supply chain
Kevin Castel ’18 is the co-founder of Akúlix, producing hand-made clothing using sustainably sourced materials
Students, faculty rebuilding homes and lives through disaster response program
Original research and design recognized at international theatre tech expo
Recommendation aligns with Diversity & Inclusion Council report; matter to be reviewed by College Council
“I have full confidence in this community to meet the challenges ahead. We approach these challenges with a set of strengths and recent achievements that few other institutions enjoy. We can do this – together.”
“Today, things feel right again, with a sense of readiness to take on the challenges of a new year”
Program accredited on first attempt following 2014 launch; Computer and Electrical Engineering accreditation affirmed and extended
Adding flexibility to the highest-enrolled graduate studio art program in SUNY
Samrat Pathania ’13 ’18g recognized for high school teaching, research with Emeritus faculty mentor
Hawks cap undefeated season with 5-1 victory over Oneonta
New Paltz earns top 10 ranking among public universities in the North region; Makes lists for value, veterans, engineering and business programs
Returning to alma mater, reconnecting with people and place
Field Hockey came back from an early deficit to beat Cortland, 2-1, and Volleyball took care of business 3-0 against Geneseo
Internship experience helps Heather Hallock ’18 top hundreds of nominees to earn exclusive, national award
Learn about everything from application to professional outcomes, Dec. 4 at Wooster Hall
College honors growing ranks of military-affiliated students, alumni & staff at Veterans Day Dining In
“A community that strives to help each other in all aspects of life, and a community with pride and determination”
Documentation and the photographer’s role in representation are key to Nadia Sablin’s work with undergraduate and graduate students
Raising SUNY New Paltz’s profile as an intellectual, economic and cultural hub in the region
Join us for a look back at our favorite SUNY New Paltz stories from the year gone by
Walker Cacciatore '18 caps SUNY New Paltz career with Beta Gamma Sigma conference experience
Columbia faculty and New Yorker contributor, known for writing about race, politics, history and culture, will teach and speak at SUNY New Paltz this spring
Central Hudson Development Grant adds next-gen capabilities to additive manufacturing at SUNY New Paltz
Gold distinction places New Paltz in top 100 best colleges for veterans & service members nationwide
New Paltz defends home court with 80-49 win over Emmanuel College; will face #2 Bowdoin in next round
Catching up with Jue “Niki” Zhang ’19g as she approaches graduation from SUNY New Paltz’s top-ranked music therapy program
Council selects Ashokan, Awosting, Mohonk, Minnewaska, Shawangunk and Peregrine Dining Hall from among community-sourced recommendations
“I like being able to ask questions that haven’t been asked before. I’ve learned that conducting good science is a lot more than it seems.”
Names will be effective for fall 2019 semester
College will present Delgado with honorary degree, Smiley with President's Medal at May ceremonies
Simone Evans (Biochemistry; Mathematics), the youngest member of SUNY New Paltz’s Class of 2019, prepares for neuroscience Ph.D. program
Nicholas Piaquadio (Electrical Engineering; Physics) and Reuben Slater (History; Anthropology) will speak at Commencement 2019
"We believed, it brought us closer together, and we got it done."
More than 2,600 undergraduate and graduate degrees will be conferred at ceremonies on May 17, 18 and 19
"To your future, with wishes for every success and happiness. May your contributions make the world a better place. Congratulations!"
50+ students join in launching new Commencement-season tradition
Full coverage, photos and video clips from the best weekend of the year
One of just five institutions to earn awards for both Overall Performance and Overall Improvement
Sun Hee Kil earns career milestone as part of sound design team on Broadway production of "Choir Boy"
Alumni profiles and features, campus news, class notes and more
Incoming class is among most diverse and academically qualified in New Paltz history
"With a sense of readiness, to take on the challenges of a new year"
"Today, I want to focus on inclusion – learning to change and leading that change – as our most important work in the coming year"
College moves up public university rankings, lists for value, social mobility and colleges for veterans
Modern academic spaces and industry-leading equipment for students, faculty and regional partners
Robots are cool, but they can’t replace great teaching
Shweta Sawant '19 looks to bring renewable technology to local water treatment plants
Hawks cap undefeated in-conference run with 5-2 win over No. 2 seed Oneonta
Successful graduates from across the country come back to reconnect with their alma mater
“I feel like I learned more during that week than at any point in my career so far”
Providing opportunity, building capacity and expanding possibilities for our students
Stories of "Radical Compassion" and surviving conversion therapy, Nov. 19 at 5 p.m.
Meet with faculty from each of the College's 50+ graduate programs
Highest student voter rate in the SUNY system in 2018
AC2 program propels biochemistry major to international medical research
Register for online classes from all five academic schools