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Recruiting information

SUNY New Paltz is the most selective Division III comprehensive public college in the state. Despite the demanding courseload, the Hawks have been one of the premier swim teams in the SUNYAC. The school has an impressive history of national qualifiers and national champions as well, with Cooper Knapp being our most recent national champion in 2018. 

Here are a few quick facts about our campus and our team:

- SUNY New Paltz is made up of roughly 8,000 students from over 37 different countries

- The student to faculty ratio is 15:1, and 70% of all classes have less than 30 students

- The school offers 60+ majors including unique majors like Astronomy, Black Studies, International Relations, and women’s studies

- The SUNY New Paltz School of Business offers the best in state tuition rates, and an accelerated MBA program that can save students over $2,000 in costs

- SUNY New Paltz boasts a tradition of excellence with 13 conference champions in the past 3 seasons, 1 National Championship and 4 Conference Records. The program has also broken 13 school records in that time span as well

- As a program we rely on quality over quantity. We aim for 4-6K of purposeful yardage a day. 

- We are active in our community, participating in events including Community clean-up, volunteering at the S.O.S. (a legendary local triathlon), raking leaves for community members, and more

For more information about admissions, visit us at : http://www.newpaltz.edu/admissions/

For more information about New Paltz Swimming, head to http://www.nphawks.com

Medium 4-year, primarily residential (confers bachelors degrees, FTE enrollment 3,000 to 9,999, 25 to 49 percent of degree-seeking undergraduates live on campus and at least 50 percent attend full time).
  • 4 years
    Education duration
  • Suburban
    School setting
  • Public
    School type
  • Medium
    School size

Cost & Financial aid

Average annual cost

Cost includes tuition, living costs, books and supplies, and fees minus the average grants and scholarships for federal financial aid recipients.

$17,123

By family income

Depending on the federal, state, or institutional grant aid available, students in your income bracket may pay more or less than the overall average costs.

Family income Average cost
$0–$30,000 $10,840
$30,001–$48,000 $14,271
$48,001–$75,000 $19,151
$75,001–$110,000 $20,723
$110,001+ $24,143

Students receiving federal loans

At some schools where few students borrow federal loans, the typical undergraduate may leave school with $0 in debt.

Graduation & Retention

Graduation rate

Students who return
after their first year

Out of 4,276 students…

Graduated 77%
Transferred 17%
Withdrew 6%

Outcomes

Median total debt after graduation

Total debt after graduation depends on field of study for undergraduate borrowers who complete college.

Repayment rate

Making progress 33%
Not making progress 25%
Deferment 16%
Paid in full 12%
Forbearance 10%
Delinquent 3%

Typical earnings salary after completing field of study

Data Not Available

Student body

Student admissions

Student population 7,337
Undergraduate enrollment 6,445
Graduate enrollment 892

Full-time

24 and under

Race/Ethnicity

White 59%
Hispanic 23%
Black 7%
Asian 5%
Two or more races 3%

Admissions

Admission rate

ACT

ACT Combined

SAT

Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
Math

Programs/Majors

Field of study Graduates
Psychology 184
Sociology 110
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication 105
Communication and Media Studies 104
English Language and Literature 101
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods 89
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services 75
Marketing 74
Business Administration, Management and Operations 70
Accounting and Related Services 70
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas 69
Biology 64
Drama/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft 52
Mechanical Engineering 48
Visual and Performing Arts 48
Business/Commerce 47
History 45
Computer and Information Sciences 42
International Relations and National Security Studies 40
Finance and Financial Management Services 36
Fine and Studio Arts 35
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies 33
Political Science and Government 31
Economics 30
Anthropology 27
Design and Applied Arts 27
Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 26
Music 25
Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering 24
Mathematics 22
International Business 21
Journalism 20
Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences 20
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 19
Area Studies 14
Computer Engineering 14
Philosophy 13
Geography and Cartography 13
Film/Video and Photographic Arts 11
Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology 9
Physics 8
Chemistry 6
Astronomy and Astrophysics 2
Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods 2
Field of study Median earnings
Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering $68,219
Computer Engineering $67,324
Computer and Information Sciences $58,221
Design and Applied Arts $51,273
Accounting and Related Services $45,794
Economics $43,128
Finance and Financial Management Services $43,128
Mathematics $41,007
Business Administration, Management and Operations $40,467
Marketing $39,508
Business/Commerce $37,568
Journalism $36,085
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas $33,138
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $32,569
Area Studies $31,038
Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences $30,771
Communication and Media Studies $30,409
Sociology $30,080
Psychology $29,882
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication $28,753
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies $28,055
Political Science and Government $27,488
International Relations and National Security Studies $26,739
Film/Video and Photographic Arts $26,353
Visual and Performing Arts $26,121
Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics $26,063
Geography and Cartography $25,967
English Language and Literature $23,930
Fine and Studio Arts $23,906
History $22,648
Biology $22,329
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services $22,192
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities $21,052
Anthropology $20,140
Drama/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft $18,771
Music $15,288
Field of study Median debt
Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics $14,975
History $15,875
Business Administration, Management and Operations $16,916
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas $17,875
Biology $18,500
Marketing $18,940
Psychology $19,042
Communication and Media Studies $20,500
Mechanical Engineering $21,500
Sociology $22,399
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication $22,630
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies $22,891
Drama/Theatre Arts and Stagecraft $23,484
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $24,000
Accounting and Related Services $24,265
Communication Disorders Sciences and Services $24,961
Finance and Financial Management Services $25,000
English Language and Literature $26,000