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About Our Campuses

SUNY Plattsburgh is a residential campus, located in a small city. SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury is a branch campus, offering selected undergraduate and graduate programs. Both campuses are walkable, safe, and scenic.

College Type:

Four-year, public comprehensive college

Undergraduate Enrollment:

Graduate Enrollment:

International Enrollment:

Countries Represented:

Average Class Size:

Student-to-Faculty Ratio:

Male/Female Balance:
42.6% male
57.4% female

Percentage of tenure-track faculty holding the highest degree:

  • Applying skills from day one
  • Developing competent practitioners
  • A graduate degree for adventurers
  • Training highly employable pathologists
  • Your classroom is the Adirondacks
  • Developing master teachers.

Applications are still being accepted for Summer and Fall 2015 admission to programs with rolling admission!

A Great Place for Graduate Study

SUNY Plattsburgh is one of the original arts and science colleges in the State University of New York System, enrolling 500 graduate students and 5,600 undergraduate students.

All graduate programs are available at SUNY Plattsburgh's main campus in Plattsburgh, with the exception of the Educational Leadership and Teacher Leadership Programs, which are offered at our branch campus location only.  The M.S.Ed. in Teaching and Learning, and the M.S.T. programs in Childhood Education and Adolescence Education can also be completed at SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury.

Is graduate study at SUNY Plattsburgh for you?  Our graduate programs can open the door to:

  • Taking your career in a new direction
  • Enhancing your professional and academic credentials
  • Opportunities for career advancement
  • Exploring the joys of advanced learning

SUNY Plattsburgh's commitment to professional preparation is the hallmark of our programs. Opportunities for hands-on experience through clinical and professional practice provide challenge and growth in a supportive environment. Small classes and dedicated faculty allow for close working relationships with professors.

We understand that graduate students come to us with diverse academic and professional objectives. One of our highest priorities is to assist you in developing and strengthening the knowledge and leadership skills you will need as you progress toward meeting your objectives.

Attend an Open House or Schedule a Visit

Come meet with faculty, and learn more about the application process and financial aid opportunities at one of our visit day events, or schedule an individual appointment to learn more about your program of interest.

Blogs, Photo Galleries and Social Media

Like the SUNY Plattsburgh Graduate Study Facebook page to stay up to date on news, deadlines, and announcements for prospective and current graduate students.

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Current Graduate Student Blog

Read about Tonya Deese's journey as a graduate student in the Student Affairs Counseling program.

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Dean Steve Danna's Blogs

Our Branch Campus Dean is passionate about both education and science. Read his education blog and his blog about climate change.

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Current Graduate Student Blog

Visit our Expeditionary Studies photo gallery to see students latest outdoor adventures. Take a look at their Facebook group to learn more.



Contact Information

The Graduate Admissions Office is located on the first floor of the Kehoe Administration Building.

Phone: (518) 564-4723
Toll-Free: (800) 723-9515 (In U.S. and Canada)
FAX: (518) 564-4722

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm

Mailing Address:

Graduate Admissions Office—113 Kehoe
SUNY Plattsburgh
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, New York 12901-2681 USA