SUNY New Paltz is part of the State University of new York (SUNY). The campus is located in a small college town that is only 90 minutes from New York City. Students lie in thirteen residence halls, and there are 24 buildings on the main campus. New Paltz is one of the most selective of the SUNY schools, accepting only around 34 percent of those who apply. The mean SAT score is 1172, and students typically have a high school grade point average of 91.
Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Certificate of Advanced Study in Nursing
The nursing program at New Paltz is in a phase out phase. There are currently 148 students enrolled in undergraduate programs. Most of these students attend only one-third time. There are 19 students enrolled in the Master of Science in Nursing degree program and 0 students are currently enrolled in the Certificate of Advanced Study in Nursing. Those who are currently enrolled will be given the opportunity complete their degree over the next three years. No new students are currently being accepted into the program, and none will be accepted because the closure is a permanent one. The college will save one-half a million dollars by making this change. There are 11 students who have been accepted into the Bachelor of Science program that will not be allowed to begin. They have been sent to SUY Delhi as of Fall, 2009.
SUNY New Paltz
1 Hawk Drive,
New Paltz, New York 12561,