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Now Accepting Applications!!!

We are now accepting applications for the Fall 2018 semester!

Please be mindful that when you are completing your application you choose the correct year and term.

Fall 2018 = 2018-2019 Academic Year

Should you have any questions, please contact us here in Admissions!

Have you been to our beautiful campus yet?

Call Admissions (845) 434-5750 x4287 and make an appointment to visit our campus.

 

SUNY Sullivan requires all students to provide an official high school transcript or GED (General Equivalency Diploma). Out of county students must have a 65 GPA or higher.
 
Transfer students must submit their high school transcript or GED along with an official college transcript. 

Registration for Fall 2018 is now open!

To schedule your appointment please contact the Learning Center:

845-434-5750 ext: 4242 or 4328 or learningcommons@sunysullivan.edu

Registration Days start at 10am in G-005C and include a financial aid information literacy presentation, an orientation overview, placement testing and/or receiving your class schedule, and the opportunity to meet with an advisor. The day will conclude by 3pm. Please bring a photo ID on the day of your appointment.

The admissions office is located in the lower J building room 021 (Next to Financial Aid). Please go to Parking Lot 2. Enter the J building entrance,  and follow signs to Admissions.

METRO Day

July 14th, 2018 / 9:30am – 3pm

This day is open to accepted students, those who’ve applied, and those who want more information about SUNY Sullivan!

Get Answers to your questions about:

  • Choosing your Program of Study
  • Paying for College
  • Living in the Residence Halls
  • Planning for a Career after College

If you’ve already been accepted to SUNY Sullivan, you can take any placement tests that may be required and choose your classes!

Reservations are required, as space is limited.

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SUNY Sullivan has an acceptance criteria of a 65 GPA for students who are not from Sullivan County. However, students whose application to SUNY Sullivan has been rejected due to not meeting this requirement are able to appeal the decision by having three of their teachers fill out the Admissions Appeal Form>.

In addition, the student must submit an essay explaining why their previous grades were weak, and what they will do differently in college.

All documents must be faxed to Admissions at 845-434-0923.

To speak with an admissions counselor, call 845-434-5750 ext. 4287 or email us at admissions@sullivan.suny.edu.