Suny - New Paltz
The State University of New York at New Paltz, a highly-selective 4-year public university with about 8,000 undergraduate and graduate students, provides one of the nation's most open, diverse, and artistic environments in order to prepare students to excel in ever-changing times that demand creativity and worldliness. New Paltz has more than 100 undergraduate programs in liberal arts, sciences, engineering, business, education and fine and performing arts supporting our mission of academic excellence and innovation. The College prides itself on providing a challenging and student-centered learning experience through close student-faculty collaborations, mentored and independent research opportunities, internships and fieldwork, community service, study abroad options, and a community diversity that provides a real-world point of view. The only residential public university in the Mid-Hudson region, New Paltz embraces its culture as a community where talented and independent minded people from around the world create close personal links with real scholars and artists who love to teach. All this leads to graduates who have an outstanding learning experience that will serve them well for their professional and personal lifetimes.
New Paltz consistently ranks among the nation's top institutions for high quality, affordability, and best value. The College ranked in U.S. News and World Report's "Top Ten Best Public Regional Universities" (2009-2013) and ranked No. 4 among "Best Public Regional Universities in the North." The College ranked No. 2 in the Affordable Colleges Online list of "Top 50 Affordable Colleges with a High ROI," a list of the nation's most affordable colleges with the biggest return on investment (ROI). Kiplinger's Personal Finance named New Paltz a "Top 100 Best Value in Public Higher Education."
Transfer Information: Start Here!
NCCC – SUNY - NEW PALTZ Transfer Course Equivalents
SUNY - NEW PALTZ General Education Requirements
To schedule a meeting with an NCCC transfer advisor, or for any other transfer-related information, please call The Center for Student Development at 860. 738. 6420.