Organized and run by students like you with a faculty advisor, SUNY Ulster clubs offer a special place that will make you feel right at home here.
As a proud contributor to the Power of SUNY, SUNY Ulster stands with SUNY Chairman H. Carl McCall and Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson in their support of students with undocumented citizenship status as outlined in their statement on the Repeal of DACA, dated September 5, 2017.
SUNY Ulster's Educational Opportunity Program provides academic support and financial aid to students who show promise for mastering college-level work. Offered primarily to full-time students who are New York State residents, EOP accepts students who qualify academically and financially for the program.
SUNY Ulster welcomes students from around the world. Each year, students representing countries such as Nigeria, Japan, China, Poland, Brazil, Taiwan, Romania, and Morocco study at SUNY Ulster. They come because of our strong academic reputation, financial value and excellent location.
SUNY Ulster is a welcome place for military personnel, veterans and their families!
As an approved educational institution under the Veteran's Educational Assistance Act (GI Bill) and the Dependent's Act, we are here to help veterans, current service members, drilling reservist and their immediate dependents utilize the appropriate benefits to meet their educational goals.
SUNY Ulster offers a variety of academic support services to help students enhance their college success in writing, math and many other subjects.
Did you know that the student handbook has a wealth of resources designed to help you navigate your college path?
Visit the Student Handbook section of our website to see the whole list.
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