New Paltz - SUNY



摘要:90 Minutes north of New York City.Excellent fine arts programs.Conditional Admission available.


90 Minutes north of New York City.

Excellent fine arts programs.

Conditional Admission available.


New Paltz - SUNY
Address 100 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY 12561   #33
Phone 8452573200   Fax 8452573209  
Academic Calender: Semester       Regional Universities North
Undergraduate Students  6554   International Students 4%  
Graduate Students 1403   Male/Female 34/66  
Total Applications 15017   Average High School GPA 3.5  
Freshmen Accepted 5608   Minimum Transfer GPA NA  
Freshmen Enrolled 1135   Acceptance Rate  34%  
SAT Mid 50% 1100-1300   Freshmen Retention Rate 86%    
ACT Mid 50% 24-29   Student to Faculty Ratio 16 to 1    
34% of Classes have fewer than 20 Students   Annual Undergraduate Tuition  
64% of classes have 20-49 students   In-State $6,135  
          Out-of-State $14,035  
Internationa Language Requirements   Application Fee $50  
TOEFL  PBT CBT IBT          
550 213 80   Useful Links  
IELTS NA   New Paltz Home Page  
SAT Verbal Minimum 480          
2011 US News Rankings
Undergraduate Rankings
67 Regional Universities North   7 Top Public Schools
125 Undergraduate Engineering Programs    
Graduate Rankings
93 Fine Arts   234 Nursing
1 Metals / Jewelry 209 Speech-Language Pathology


Undergraduate International Admissions:


Undergraduate International Admissions
Freshmen and Transfer Applicants
SUNY Application
Official Transcripts from high school and college (transfer students)
FSA2 - Autobiographical Essay
FSA4 - Foreign Student Financial Statement
A clear photocopy of the identification page of your passport
Language Proficiency   School Codes   Required Forms
PBT 550   SAT 2541   SUNY Application
CBT 213   ACT 2938   FSA2
IBT 80   TOEFL 2541   FSA4
IELTS NA          
SAT Verbal 480              
Mail Application Materials To   Application Deadlines    
International Student Programs   Fall May 15th    
VH Annex 250   Spring November 1st    
SUNY New Paltz   Apply early for full consideration    
1 Hawk Drive            
New Paltz, NY 12561   New Paltz Undergraduate International Admission Website


Undergraduate Majors and Minors:


Undergraduate Majors and Minors
Majors Minors Interdisciplinary Majors
Accounting Ancient World Studies Asian Studies
Adolescence Education Anthropology Environmental Geochemical Science
Anthropology Art History International Relations
Art Education Art Studio Latin American Studies
Art History Asian Studies Women"s Studies
Asian Studies  Biology  
Biology Black Studies Interdisciplinary Minors
Black Studies Business Ancient World Studies
Ceramics Chemistry Asian Studies
Chemistry Communication Studies Deaf Studies
Communication Studies Computer Science Disaster Studies
Communication Disorders Creative Writing Environmental Science
Computer Engineering Deaf Studies Environmental Studies
Computer Science Disaster Studies Evolutionary Studies
Early Childhood & Childhood Education Economics Film & Video Studies
Economics English International Relations
Electrical Engineering Environmental Science Italian Studies
English Environmental Studies Jewish Studies
Environmental Geochemical Science Evolutionary Studies Latin American Studies
Finance Film & Video Studies Law & Politics
General Business Geography Linguistics
Geography Geology Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Geology History Native American Studies
Graphic Design Industrial & Organizational Psychology Religious Studies
History International Relations Women"s Studies
International Business Jewish Studies  
International Relations Journalism  
Journalism Languages, Literatures & Cultures:  
Languages, Literatures & Cultures: French  
French German  
Spanish Italian Studies  
Latin American & Caribbean Studies Spanish  
Management Latin American & Caribbean Studies  
Marketing Law & Politics  
Mathematics Linguistics  
Media Mathematics  
Metal Medieval and Early Modern Studies  
Music Music  
Painting Native American Studies  
Philosophy Philosophy  
Photography Physics  
Physics Political Science  
Political Science Psychology  
Printmaking Religious Studies  
Psychology Sociology  
Sculpture Theatre Arts  
Sociology Women"s Studies  
Theatre Arts    
Visual Arts    
Women"s Studies    


 Conditional Admission available:

Haggerty English Langauge Program (HELP)
We have four levels of instruction. The courses emphasize practical usage of English and academic preparation.
There is also a "Conversation Partners" program, providing each student the chance to meet weekly with an American student for informal conversation, and extra classes each term on various subjects such as TOEFL preparation and American culture. Program leaders meet with students individually each term to discuss their progress and future goals.
The University has several computer labs which can be used for extra language learning, or just to check e-mails or chat with friends. Language program students have full rights to all facilities and activities of university students.
At each of our four levels (from elementary to academic preparation classes), four classes are offered:
Reading and Writing
Listening and Speaking
Special Topics (culture or special language topics, such as TOEFL prep, pronunciation, etc.)
All of our teachers have advanced degrees in Teaching English as a Second Language. We emphasize learning and using real English skills that students need in everyday life and for academic success.
In addition to our program of classes, the Haggerty English Language Program offers the following services:
Cultural Activities and Field trips
Cultural activities and field trips are designed to enrich the student"s American experience. Some recent field trips: to New York city, to visit a working farm and pick apples, and hiking in the nearby mountains.
Conversation Partners
We pair each interested ESL student with a specially trained American conversation partner, providing you with extra language practice and a great chance to mix with other university students.
Mentoring and Advising
Each semester, all students have a one-on-one meeting with a faculty member to get advice and plan their future studies. Students who wish to study at other universities (in the SUNY system or elsewhere) can get support to help them with their school selection.
Concurrent enrollment in SUNY New Paltz classes
Students in our advanced levels may enroll in academic classes at SUNY New Paltz while also enrolled for English studies. This benefit is available even to students who have not formally applied to or been admitted to SUNY New Paltz.
Conditional admission
Applicants for most university programs (undergraduate and graduate) may apply to the University and, if otherwise qualified, be admitted without showing proof of English proficiency. All such applicants are tested upon arrival (or may show passing scores) and placed into University or ESL courses as needed. These students will be:
issued an I-20 from SUNY New Paltz for the appropriate degree program, but that I-20 will indicate that the student is not yet proficient in English and that she or he will be tested for English proficiency upon arrival.
eligible to enroll in one or two academic courses if they are placed in one of the upper two levels of the HELP Program and have the approval of HELP faculty. 
eligible to undertake a full-time program of degree study upon completion of the Haggerty English Language Program or upon achieving the needed proficiency based on TOEFL or IELTS test scores.
ESL Courses
ESL011 ESL Elementary Grammar ESL036 ESL Orient Col Life USA
ESL012 ESL Elementary Reading and Writing ESL041 ESL Academic Purposes Grammar
ESL013 ESL Elementary Listening and Speaking ESL042 ESL Academic Purposes Reading and Writing
ESL014 ESL Elementary ESL Topics ESL043 ESL Academic Purposes Listening and Speaking
ESL021 ESL Intermediate Grammar ESL044 ESL Academic Purposes ESL Topics
ESL022 ESL Intermediate Reading and Writing ESL093 ESL Selected Topic
ESL023 ESL Intermediate Listening and Speaking ESL141 ESL Grammar For Acad Prp
ESL024 ESL Intermediate Current Events ESL142 ESL Reading/Writn AC Prp
ESL031 ESL Advanced Grammar ESL143 ESL Lsttn/Speakng AC Prp
ESL032 ESL Advanced Reading and Writing ESL144 ESL Curr Evnts Acad Purp
ESL033 ESL Advanced Listening and Speaking ESL193 ESL Selected Topic
ESL034 ESL Advanced Current Events  
Dates and Costs
Program Dates Course Fees Living Expenses* Fees** Estimated Total
Spring II 2011 $1,920 $2,284 $536 $4,740
5 weeks
(Jul 3 - Aug 9)
Fall 2011 $4,800 $6,837 $1,118 $12,755
Aug 19 - Dec 20
Spring 2012
(Jan 17 - May17)
* Room, Board, Books & Personal Expenses
**University fees & Health Insurance fee




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