In 1828, the New Paltz Classical School opened its doors on North Front Street, the direct ancestor of the State University of New York at New Paltz. It offered Greek and Latin along with reading, writing, and arithmetic. In 1833, it was reorganized into an academy on Huguenot Street and the banks of the Wallkill River.
Students are prepared to go on to graduate study or to enter their professional field of specialization through developing:
This is your place for campus entertainment, activities, and information on how to get involved in campus life. We approve student events, support student clubs, oversee fraternity and sorority life, manage the Emerging Leaders program, and run the Student Union, the heart of campus life.
There are 14 residence halls on the New Paltz campus. This allows students to choose from a variety of living options, including, corridor or suite style, or special interest group housing.
All residence halls are coed. Each residence hall offers a number of student-oriented facilities and services including a laundry room, computer terminals, a main meeting lounge for hall government meetings and activities, and a study lounge. Additionally, each hall also has at least one television lounge, a kitchenette area, and a microwave for use by all residents of the hall.
The Library plays a critical leadership role in supporting and advancing a user-centered learning environment at SUNY New Paltz. As a team of courteous and knowledgeable librarians and staff, we treat users with respect and empathy at all times and serve all members of the academic community equitably, whether they are in the library or at a distance.
Student Health Service provides non-emergency primary medical care for problems that occur while college is in session. SHS provides care with an emphasis on preventative health care. For routine matters such as scheduling appointments for non-urgent, non- emergency reasons, students need to call during our regular business hours.
New Paltz held a grand opening ceremony Tuesday, March 28, 2006 to officially open the College's new 57,000-square-foot Athletic & Wellness Center. The Athletic & Wellness Center is connected to Elting Gymnasium. Activity spaces within the Athletic & Wellness Center include two cardiovascular and weight training fitness centers at the west and east ends.
The student governance is operated by the Student Association, which funds most student activities through a mandatory fee. There are many clubs, fraternities, and sororities. There is also an on-campus government, the Residence Hall Student Association (RHSA).
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