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    For High School Juniors | 2024 SUNY Viewbook

    The 2024 SUNY Viewbook is on its way to your school! The Viewbook contains information for the entire SUNY System on cost of attendance, academics, athletics, EOP, and more. Keep an eye out for delivery by the end of the month. If juniors would like a copy mailed to their home, they can complete the form found here: Request Information

    For High School Seniors | Excelsior Scholarship

    HESC has announced that the 2023 - 2024 application for the Excelsior Scholarship will be available beginning May 23. Visit the HESC website for updates on the scholarship as well as an introductory "What to know!" video.

    For Counselors | Fall OpInform Save the Date

    Operation Inform dates are set! Mark your calendar now and keep an eye out for the formal email invitation coming soon.

    SUNY Adirondack, October 13
    Binghamton University, November 2
    University at Buffalo, October 20
    Dutchess Community College, September 29
    Fashion Institute of Technology, October 17
    Monroe Community College, October 26
    SUNY Oswego, October 3
    Stony Brook University, October 11


    For Counselors | Workshops and Presentations

    A reminder that all School Counselor presentations and workshops can be found on our website, www.suny.edu/counselor. Select "Workshops" under the SUNY Tools section. This includes our most recent update on the impending changes for the 2024 - 2025 FAFSA called "Creating Opportunities, Changes in FAFSA and EOP."

    More Good News From SUNY

    Stony Brook University has been announced as the anchor institution of The New York Climate Exchange, a world-leading climate center to be located on Governors Island in New YorkRead more

    SUNY Potsdam chemistry professor, Dr. Fadi Bou-Abdallah, has been awarded $1.1 million by the National Science Foundation. Read more

    SUNY Cobleskill's President, Dr. Marion A. Terenzio, receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award in Agricultural EducationRead more

    Dutchess Community College to restore former Air Force One jet. Read more

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    The future of science is in quantum computing. With this vision towards the future, The University of Chicago is excited to announce a new partnership with The University of Tokyo, IBM, and Google to advance the field of Quantum Science.

    The partnership, formalized at the G7 Summit in Japan on May 21, includes a $150 million investment from IBM and Google in the University of Chicago and the University of Tokyo, furthering the University of Chicago’s commitment to advancing the fields of Quantum Science, Engineering, and Computing.

    As part of the partnership, researchers will work to develop a quantum supercomputer capable of quickly solving problems other computers are incapable of calculating, allowing near limitless possibilities for the future of every scientific field.

    In addition to this new partnership, the University of Chicago is a leader in the field of Quantum Science:

    • The University of Chicago is home to the Chicago Quantum Exchange, an intellectual hub for advancing the science and engineering of quantum information around the globe. Partners include the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Northwestern University, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Boeing, IBM, Intel, Verizon, and Microsoft.
    • The Quantum Information Science and Engineering Network (QISE-NET), co-led by the University of Chicago and Harvard University and funded by the National Science Foundation, is a one-of-a-kind national training program for graduate students pursuing careers in quantum science and engineering.
    • In 2020, The University of Chicago was selected by the Department of Engineering to play a central role in the development of Quantum Internet. In 2022 Argonne National Laboratory, the Fermilab, and the University of Chicago opened a 124-mile quantum internet network, bringing us one step closer to unhackable internet. UChicago and IBM are aiming to have their new partnership extend to the two National Laboratories.
    • The University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering offers an undergraduate molecular engineering major with a quantum track, one of the first initiatives worldwide to formally educate quantum engineers at the undergraduate level. The program is offered in close collaboration with the Physical Sciences Division at UChicago.

    With our current programs and this new partnership, UChicago aims to give the new generation of quantum specialists every resource possible to build the transformative technology that will shape our future.

    To learn more about the University of Chicago and our dedication to the field of Quantum Science, visit collegeadmissions.uchicago.edu. We look forward to connecting with you!


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    UChicago Summer Session

    Please Share with your students who are interested in
    Sustainability, Renewable Energy, Engineering or similar fields.
    SUNY Morrisville
    Renewable Resources

    Harness the Unlimited Power of your Potential.

    Join us for a day of Renewable Energy Discovery at SUNY Morrisville

    June 27th, 2023

    During this one-day workshop, high school students will explore topics in renewable energy through interactive, hands-on activities at the SUNY Morrisville ACET Center renewable energy labs. Renewable energy faculty and industry experts will lead students through four interactive sessions covering a range of topics including solar, wind, biofuels, heat pumps, tower climbing and more. While participating in these sessions, students will also learn about career opportunities in renewable energy.


    Solar Photovoltaics

    This is a hands-on workshop for mechanical and electrical installation of residential and/or small commercial solar PV systems with a tour of a large commercial solar PV installation. We will cover both rooftop and ground-mounted solar PV systems. The fundamentals of power and energy production will also be covered.

    Wind Energy

    This is an immersive workshop for the fundamentals of installation of small commercial wind energy systems. We will cover wind energy system components for turbine up to 50-kW in size. It will also include a tour of the wind energy systems at the SUNY Morrisville Dairy Complex. The fundamentals of power and energy production will also be covered.

    Heating and Cooling

    This is an experiential workshop for installation of residential renewable energy-based heating and cooling systems. We will cover air-source and ground-source heat pumps, cordwood gasification boilers, and wood pellet boilers. Controllers, heat pump components, boiler components, and heat distribution systems will be installed and commissioned.

    Agricultural and Clean Energy Technology (ACET) Center

    SUNY Morrisville is investing in new and renovated experiential learning facilities, including a $16 million Agricultural and Clean Energy Technology (ACET) Center. This new 30,000-square-foot applied learning technology building serves as the home to our renewable energy, agricultural engineering and diesel technology programs and includes real-world, state-of-the-art wind, solar, hydro, biofuels, and thermal energy labs, a diesel technology garage and lab space capable of servicing heavy construction and agricultural equipment, as well as long haul tractor and trailer assemblies.




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    It’s important to us that your students are well-informed before making a final decision; therefore we are here to help. May 1 is quickly approaching, so if your students have any questions, please have them contact the admissions office at admissions@geneseo.edu or 866-245-5211. If they have questions about financial aid, the financial aid team is also ready to help.

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    Binghamton University

    We would like to share two important updates with you.

    Binghamton University will remain SAT/ACT test-optional through spring 2025. 

    Binghamton will continue its longstanding commitment to a holistic review of student applications that includes grades, program of study, academic achievements, non-academic achievements and other activities that allow for the evaluation of the potential success of a candidate for admission.

    COVID vaccine requirement update

    Following guidance from the State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton University will no longer require students to be vaccinated for COVID-19. 

    Thank you for your continued partnership in sharing these important Binghamton University updates with your students.

    Best wishes,
    Krista Medionte-Phillips
    Director of Admissions and Assistant Provost for Enrollment Management

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  • SUNY's spring college fairs begin next week. Please use this link to learn more: engage.suny.edu/portal/suny_college_fairs.

    Representatives from over 35 SUNY campuses will be available to discuss academic offerings, student life, financial aid, and more.

    Thank you for your continued support!


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    We are writing to share two important updates for your students.


    Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

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    UChicago is excited to announce the launch of the Small Town and Rural Students (STARS) College Network, which will be headquartered at the University of Chicago!

    The STARS College Network is a group of 16 universities working together to increase access, affordability, and college advising for students from rural and small-town communities who bring valuable experiences and viewpoints to college communities. STARS College Network member institutions are dedicated to helping the nation’s best and brightest, no matter where they live, find the school that is the best fit for them. STARS programming will include:

    • Increased school visits and college access programming in rural areas and small towns
    • Free drive-in, fly-in, and summer programs for students from rural and small-town high schools
    • Partnerships with local and national businesses based in rural America to provide new internship and job opportunities
    • Access to guided resources in Khan Academy and certified college tutors in Schoolhouse to help students build math skills and obtain certifications that will enhance their preparation for and success at their future college home

    Partnership in the STARS College Network expands UChicago’s deep commitment to enrolling students from diverse backgrounds and viewpoints, and bolsters UChicago’s commitment to removing barriers that stand in the way of students' academic success. In addition to the STARS network, UChicago is committed to empowering students to reach their full potential through programming and policies such as:

    • No application fee for students applying for financial aid
    • No loan financial aid packages
    • Free tuition for families earning less than $125,000 per year and free tuition and living expenses for families earning less than $60,000 per year
    • Guaranteed scholarships for first-generation college students

    To learn more about the STARS College Network and to sign up for more information, please visit: https://starscollegenetwork.org/

    If you have any questions, please contact Marjorie Betley or call 773.702.8650. Please do not hesitate to let us know how we can support you this coming year and into the future.

    See you soon!

    Jim Nondorf
    Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
    The University of Chicago


    College Admissions

    UChicago Summer Session

    Apply today to Brown Pre-College 2023!

    The Brown Pre-College summer 2023 application is now open! Please note that all of our courses and programs fill on a first-come first-served basis. We encourage interested students to apply as soon as possible. We’re so excited to learn more about them! 

    We’re looking forward to working with your students! If they have any questions throughout the application process, please encourage them to reach out. 

    Apply Today!

    Have a question?
    Reply to this email or call (401) 863-7900 Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EST to get connected to a Program Advisor who can help.

    Brown University
    Box 1851, Providence, Rhode Island United States, 02912

    We’re pleased to share these upcoming events and news items with you. We appreciate your assistance in promoting this information to your students.

    For High School Juniors | SUNY Introduction

    Introduce your juniors to SUNY through these virtual information sessions:

    Find all SUNY events here: suny.edu/studentevents.

    For High School Seniors | Financial Application Help

    Students can receive help completing applications to determine eligibility for financial aid or for EOP. The following online workshops are offered in March:

    Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    NYS DREAM Act Application
    EOP Financial Eligibility Review


    More Good News From SUNY

    University at Albany earns the "Seal of Excelencia" awarded to institutions with a data-driven commitment to Latina and Latino student successRead more

    SUNY Brockport's physics department brings us one step closer to understanding how Alzheimer's works. Read more

    Alfred State's offers a program in which students gain hands-on experience with restoring damaged vehicles. Read more

    Clinton Community College, in conjunction with the North Country Chamber of Commerce, has been awarded $125,000 from the NYS Office of Strategic Workforce Development. Read more

    Thank you for your support of The State University of New York.

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    Greetings from New York Film Academy,

    Please let us know if:

    • You would like us to talk to your students about our programs
    • You have questions about helping your students apply to NYFA

    Our Fall 2023 deadline has not passed. If you have any students considering New York Film Academy for Fall 2023, they are still welcome to apply! 

    We are happy to assist in any way, please get in touch with us at undergraduateadmissions@nyfa.edu.

    Fall 2023 Admissions Dates
    Jun 30
    Application Deadline
    Jul 28
    Late Applications
    Aug 28
    Classes Begin
    Tami Alexander
    Undergraduate Admissions
    New York Film Academy
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  • Binghamton university

    Binghamton University encourages students to discover unexpected passions and interests that transform their undergraduate degree. Your students may not know that Binghamton offers these distinctive majors, so thanks for keeping us in mind when your students ask you about these areas of study:

    Digital and Data Studies minor

    In fall 2022, Binghamton's liberal arts school launched a new minor in Digital and Data Studies (DiDa). Students gain the skills to produce innovative digital work at all levels (programming, computational processes, digital storytelling, media studies, etc.). These important skills complement a liberal arts education by giving students a competitive edge when they apply to graduate school or enter the workforce.

    Global Studies minor

    The global studies minor helps prepare students for a diversified world full of complex challenges and opportunities. Students examine pressing issues confronting today's world and relate it to the full range of their overall studies, personal interests and future goals.

    Industrial and Systems Engineering

    Students who major in industrial and systems engineering learn how to devise efficient ways to use workers, machines, materials, information and energy to make a product or provide a service.

    Industrial engineers often work on teams with other professionals and find jobs in a broad range of areas including healthcare and manufacturing.

    Arabic Studies

    Arabic Studies focuses on Arabic language and literature as a gateway to the culture and civilization of the Arabic-speaking world.

    Students majoring in Arabic Studies find themselves in demand for careers in business, foreign service, academics, defense, intelligence and national security.

    Human Development

    Human development explores issues of equity and social justice, psychology, citizenship and health. Students intern at local human service agencies, schools, healthcare settings, government offices and Binghamton University offices. It’s not uncommon for an internship site to hire the student after graduation.

    Environmental Studies

    The environmental studies degree program aims to help students find solutions to critical environmental problems our society faces — from global warming to species extinction, from water contamination to soil erosion.

    Bureau and Labor Statistics indicate that the employment outlook for sustainability and environmental specialists is projected to grow 11% by 2024, faster than the average for all occupations! Graduates can pursue a wide range of careers, including research in environmental science, positions within advocacy groups or consulting firms, environmental law and environmental education.

    Asian and Asian American Studies

    Students majoring in one of these tracks will learn about the social, cultural and historical aspects of Asians in the U.S. and, more broadly, Asians in the Americas; comparative Asian studies encompassing two or more Asian countries; or the diverse cultures, peoples and regions of South Asia.

    Asian and Asian American studies prepares students for careers demanding expertise in culture and language.

    Classics: Greek and Latin

    Classical Studies is offered through the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies. Major tracks in classics offer coursework in the cultures, languages and literature of the ancient Mediterranean, with a focus on ancient Greece and Rome.

    Students in this major have a distinct edge in applying to law school. Law schools appreciate students coming from different educational backgrounds because they are more perceptive and culturally inclined.

    We encourage you to research further and help your students fully explore the many different educational paths that Binghamton University has to offer!

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    Please find the detailed admissions process and admissions requirements by program for prospective students to complete an application to New York Film Academy

    For additional assistance and more details on our creative portfolio and audition requirements, please review our Guidelines to Creating a Successful Portfolio and Audition

    We are happy to assist any prospective students in submitting an application or answer any questions, just let us know!

    The deadline for Fall 2023 Applications is June 30th, 2023

    Step 1: Submit Your Application
    Apply online at nyfa.edu/APPLY
    Step 2: Upload Your Admissions Requirements
    Once you submit your application, you will be invited to join our applicant portal. Each program requires different admissions materials.  

    Please review the requirements below and reference our Admissions Requirements page for additional guidance.  
    Step 3: Review Your Application
    Once you complete your application and submit all required admissions materials, you'll receive a notification of your admission decision within 2-3 weeks. 
    Admissions Requirements by Program
    Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
    • 2 Letters of Recommendation
    • Narrative Statement
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio (visual and media arts applications) or Audition (performing arts applications)
    Bachelor of Arts (BA)
    • 2 Letters of Recommendation
    • Narrative Statement
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio
    Associate of Fine Arts (AFA)
    • 1 Letter of Recommendation
    • Narrative Statement 
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio (visual and media arts applications) or Audition (performing arts applications)
    1 & 2-Year Conservatory
    • In Progress Transcript
    • Creative Portfolio (visual and media applications) or Audition (performing arts applications)

    If you have any questions about applying or our admissions requirements, please contact us at undergraduateadmissions@nyfa.edu so you may speak with a representative.