SUNY Schenectady Admissions
Welcome to SUNY Schenectady!
We understand that when you're considering a college you’re looking for:
- A convenient location
- Affordable tuition
- Innovative academic programs
- Strong student support services
If you’re fresh out of high school or returning to a classroom setting for the first time in several years we are committed to help you reach your career goals!
Enrolled students are eligible for:
- CDTA Bus Pass*
- YMCA Membership*
- Free Campus Parking
Admissions is available Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Call 518-381-1366 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Admissions Office is open! We offer both in-person and virtual visits. Students who would like to meet with an Admissions Advisor are encouraged to make an appointment to guarantee someone is available to meet with them. Prospective students who wish to drop off transcripts and complete admissions applications are welcome to walk-in during normal business hours.
* Student must pay Student Activity fee
Virtual Advisor Appointments
Make a Virtual Admissions Advisor Appointment. Get your questions about SUNY Schenectady answered from the comfort of home. The link takes you to a calendar to find available appointments, fill out the registration form and meet with advisors. Students can schedule their appointment up to 1 hour before an appointment slot begins.
Our faculty are top-notch.
More than 55 degree, program and certificate options.
Music, lectures, social events...there's always something happening.
You may qualify for free tuition.
Our grads transfer, and get great jobs.
Great things are happening here!
Redesigned, one-stop area serves students with Admissions, Financial Aid, Athletics, and Student Business Office.
From a Jane Austen literature class and cooking in our Culinary Labs, to performing with the Guitar Ensemble and graduating in May, students share what they are excited about this semester!
Jonathan Ryan on his way to accomplishing his childhood dream of becoming a professional pilot.
Cassiel Achan, Parmesh Thakoordial, and Dr. Lorena Harris share Vale Park applied learning project during "Empowering Higher Education" Conference in Pennsylvania.
Service Learning projects benefit community members and students at the same time. SVO to display tree at Festival of Trees.
Celebrate Black History with this conversation facilitated by Professor David Gleason with special guest, Garland Nelson, a local musician.
Please consider rolling up your sleeve and giving. Open to the public.
Prospective School of Music students are invited to schedule a placement audition.
Aneesa Waheed, chef and owner of Tara Kitchen, will demonstrate dishes from her new cookbook, "Easy Moroccan Cooking." Free and open to the public.
The School of Music Chamber Music Series presents Niamh Paris '20, Iida Nyman '17, and Rebecca Schmid '17 in concert. Free and open to the public.