***RATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE***
RATES PER CREDIT HOUR
NYS resident undergraduate - $295.00
NYS Excelsior rate - $270.00
NYS resident graduate - $471.00
NYS resident MBA - $625.00
Non-NYS resident undergraduate - $708.00
Non-NYS resident graduate - $963.00
Non-NYS resident MBA - $1,016.00
**Non-Resident Online Only**
***The Non-Resident Online Only rate will be charged to students taking courses in exclusively online programs that have been previously approved by the Provost’s Office and authorized by the New York State Education Department in distance education format, consistent with the student’s intention to take courses exclusively online at the time of application and matriculation toward the degree. Students who are nonresidents, whose intent is to be on campus learning, but may be studying remotely, will be charged the nonresidential rate.
Student Activity Fee
Billing and payment is made on a semester basis. Students are billed when they register. Full-time student = 12 or more semester credit hours. Part-time student = 11 or less semester credit hours.
*Posted at the close of business on stated due date. Additional LATE FEES may be charged monthly on unpaid accounts once the semester begins.
Explanation of Mandatory Broad based fees
Estimated Annual Revenue = $3.3Million (non-covid year)
- 170 Smart classrooms
- 100 iPads, 100 laptops, 1,000 PC’s, 265 iMacs, 90 printers
- Software packages: SPSS, MS Office, Adobe, BloomBerg, Mathematica, Maple, ArcGIS, MatLab, MiniTab, Rhino, TerrSet, Turntin etc.
- Services: My.NewPaltz.edu, Blackboard, Collaborate, Ensemble, HawkSites, HawkMail, Support.newpaltz.edu, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), etc.
- Network: Internet, wireless in academic buildings (note: separate funding source for residence halls)
- Library resources: laptop loaners, printing, informational databases, 150 computers and 8 collaboration spaces
- Outdoor WiFi – 7 locations!
- Expanded VPN capacity and licensing to include all students
- Additional software resources for faculty to enable better student engagement (Knowmia, Faronics Insight, Matlab)
- Loaner laptops for students
- Microphones and headsets to facilitate faculty ability to teach remotely
- Webcams for classrooms
- Implemented Extended Virtual Learning technology in 32 Classrooms
Estimated Revenue $2.9Million (non-covid year)
- 17 intercollegiate athletic teams – 350 student athletes
- 45 intramural activities – 400 teams and 1300 participants *Reduced capacity due to COVID
- 20 outdoor pursuit trips over the course of the academic year 725 participants. All but four trips were at full capacity. 10 outdoor pursuit activities/trips per semester; kayaking, horseback riding and skiing most popular *Cancelled Fall 2020 due to COVID
- 25-30 group classes per week (yoga, Pilates, spin, etc.)
- Provide facility space to 17 competitive club sports teams, 3 semi-competitive club sports teams and 9 recreational/instructional clubs* Most clubs on hold due to COVID & NP Forward Plan
- Access to the Athletic and Wellness Center and swimming pool for general health and conditioning activities
- Access to intramural courts for basketball, tennis, etc.*Tennis & Pickleball Only due to COVID, Access to Outdoor Track/Turf Fields Available
- 7 E Sports Intramural Leagues- Top 2 teams in each league compete in SUNY E Sports Tournament
- Some Group Fitness Classes streamed Live via Zoom for remote participants
- Week long tournaments for Home Run Derby, Giant Connect 4, Corn Hole
- Virtual Offerings: Trick Shot Challenge; Virtual Progression Race 1 to 10K
- 3 Late Night Weekend Programs to Date: Yoga Under The Stars (done); Soccer Tennis; Mafia (problem solving game)
Estimated Annual Revenue = $1.9Million (non-covid year)
- Health care providers (doctors, nurses, physician’s assistants), your doctor’s office on campus
- Partial funding of the Student Counseling Center
- Promoting wellness by delivering presentations to students on relaxation, sleep, diet/nutrition, exercise and stress reduction
- Medical supplies for the center
- Implement and maintain Tele-Med System for remote access of Health Services.
- COVID Testing by Health Service staff and supporting testing on campus to mitigate the effect of COVID-19 on the campus. This includes reporting all test results to students.
- Prepared for 2900 students to return to campus (1645 students in residence at present but we prepared to support the higher number expected).
- Many students had put off health care during the spring and summer of 2020, so we prepared to be ready to provide catch up care.
- Investigate each COVID-19 case and interact with students, the Local Health Department, Contact Tracers, and Faculty
- Contact each student who has a positive daily health screen and triage their symptoms to clear them for activity on campus.
- Daily monitoring of all Isolated students on campus with COVID-19. Periodic monitoring of students at home with COVID-19 and students in Quarantine who had contact with a person with COVID.
- Providing orientation material to students to explain new protocols at the Health Center developed in response to COVID. In addition, orientation materials created to reinforce how to mitigate the pandemic.
- Supporting the New Paltz campus community as they cope with the effects of the pandemic.
**The Student Association Executive Board made a decision last semester (Spring 2020) to reduce the Student Activity Fee to $80 from $105 for the Fall 2020 semester. We made this decision keeping in mind that students would be facing more financial stress than before, and the hope was to relieve some of that stress. We also were aware that programming of the Student Association, our clubs and organizations would be limited in their cost demands as we began to adapt to a remote environment of engagement. Now that we are moving into the Spring 2021 semester, the Executive Board has considered many factors in our decision to restore the fee to $105. We anticipate programming will increase in the Spring as students have had the Fall semester to adjust and have indicated a desire for more opportunities to engage. Our current Activity Fee revenue is down from last year, most likely in part to reduction in enrollment, withdrawals and a slower collection pace of the fee. Our collection of the fee is spread out throughout the year, meaning any adjustments for the Spring could impact our operations in Fall 2021. We are hopeful that by that time we will be restored to providing in person co-curricular engagement and other services essential for students.
See our Broad based Fee Waiver Policy for all Full-Time, Profession and Civil Service Employees at SUNY New Paltz here:
Broad Based Fee Waiver Policy
***RATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOITCE***