Our colleagues in our North White Plains, NY office often take the time to remind us that our home office's home of California isn't the only state with a fine public university system. And they're right (even if they are a little New York-style brusque about it). So here are five tips for students applying to the State University of New York (SUNY) system, courtesy of our own Breda Malfesi.
1. Choose the right application.
The State University of New York makes it easy for students to apply. If you are applying only to SUNY schools, the most efficient way to do this is through the SUNY application. It is user friendly, accurate and secure. However, if you are applying to a combination of public and private colleges and want to minimize the number of applications you are completing, the following SUNY campuses accept the Common Application as well: Albany, Binghamton, Brockport, Buffalo, Buffalo State, Cortland, Environmental Science and Forestry, Fredonia, Geneseo, New Paltz, Oneonta, Oswego, Plattsburg, Purchase and Stony Brook.