List of State University of New York units

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There are a large variety of campus types and programs in the SUNY system; each site overlaps somewhat in specialties. SUNY divides its campuses into four categories: university centers / doctoral-granting institutions, comprehensive colleges, technology colleges, and community colleges. SUNY also has a unique relationship with its statutory colleges, which embed state-owned, state-funded colleges within other institutions such as Cornell University and Alfred University. Students at the statutory colleges pay tuition at a state-subsidized rate and are considered students of the private institutions in which the state-funded colleges are embedded.

SUNY and the City University of New York are different university systems, even though both are public institutions that receive funding from New York State. SUNY should not be confused with the University of the State of New York (USNY), which is the governmental umbrella organization for most education-related institutions and many education-related personnel (both public and private) in New York State, and which includes, as a component, the New York State Education Department.

The State University of New York at Potsdam, founded in 1816, is the oldest institution in the system. Empire State College, founded in 1971, is the most recent addition to the SUNY system. The largest institution is the University at Buffalo, with over 31,508 students and the smallest member is the College of Optometry, with 408 students.[1]

All of the SUNY schools are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools,[2] in addition to other program-specific accreditations held by individual campuses such as the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business and the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs. The system's central administration is in Albany, New York, in the Old Delaware and Hudson Railroad Company Building.

University centers / doctoral degree granting institutions[edit]

Abbot Hall on the South Campus of the University at Buffalo
The Stony Brook University Medical Center
The Science Library at Binghamton University
Name Location County Founded[a] Enrollment[3][1] Male (%) /
Female (%)
Full-time (%) /
Part-time (%)
Undergraduate (%) /
Postgraduate (%)
Athletics References Notes
Binghamton University Vestal Broome
1946
17,768
8,959 (50%)/8,809(50%)
15,755 (89%)/2,013 (11%)
14,021 (79%)/3,747 (21%)
NCAA Division I
[4][5][6][7]
Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Ithaca Tompkins
1874
8,183
3,213 (39%)/4,970 (61%)
8,183 (100%)/—
5,968 (73%)/2,215 (27%)
NCAA Division I (Cornell University)
[8] Statutory colleges at Cornell University
Cornell University College of Human Ecology Ithaca Tompkins
1925
[9]
Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations Ithaca Tompkins
1945
[10]
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Ithaca Tompkins
1894
N/A
[11]
NYS College of Ceramics Alfred Allegany
1900
616
248 (40%)/368 (60%)
589 (96%)/27 (4%)
536 (87%)/80 (13%)
NCAA Division III (Alfred University)
[12] Statutory college at Alfred University
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Syracuse Onondaga
1911
2,220
1,161 (52%)/1,059 (48%)
2,007 (90%)/213 (10%)
1,825 (82%)/395 (17%)
USCAA
[13][14][15][16] Students share campus facilities with Syracuse University
College of Optometry New York City New York
1970
408
119 (29%)/289 (71%)
408 (100%)/—
—/408 (100%)
N/A
[17][18][19]
Downstate Medical Center New York City Kings
1858
1,846
680 (37%)/1,166 (63%)
1,528 (83%)/318 (17%)
211 (11%)/1,635 (89%)
N/A
[20][21][22]
Stony Brook University Stony Brook Suffolk
1957
26,236
12,727 (49%)/13,509 (51%)
21,709 (83%)/4,527 (17%)
17,474 (67%)/8,762 (33%)
NCAA Division I
[23][24][25][26]
SUNY Polytechnic Institute Utica Oneida
1966
3,023
1,814 (60%)/1,209 (40%)
2,145 (71%)/878 (29%)
2,256 (75%)/767 (25%)
NCAA Division III
[27][28][29][30] Originally a graduate and upper-division institution
University at Albany Albany Albany
1844
17,944
8,349 (47%)/9,595 (53%)
15,056 (84%)/2,888 (16%)
13,598 (76%)/4,346 (24%)
NCAA Division I
[31][32][33][34]
University at Buffalo Buffalo Erie
1846
31,508
17,056 (54%)/14,452 (46%)
26,476 (84%)/5,032 (16%)
21,612 (69%)/9,896 (31%)
NCAA Division I
[35][36][37][38]
Flagship
Upstate Medical University Syracuse Onondaga
1834
1,547
601 (39%)/946 (61%)
1,338 (86%)/209 (14%)
249 (16%)/1,298 (84%)
N/A
[39][40][41] Originally Geneva Medical College; later part of Syracuse University

Comprehensive Colleges[edit]

Sheldon Hall at SUNY Oswego
The Reed Library at SUNY Fredonia
The Integrated Science Center at SUNY Geneseo
Amitié Plaza at SUNY Plattsburgh
Name Location County Founded[a] Enrollment[3][1] Male (%) /
Female (%)
Full-time (%) /
Part-time (%)
Undergraduate (%) /
Postgraduate (%)
Athletics References Notes
Buffalo State College Buffalo Erie
1871
9,118
3,810 (42%)/5,308 (58%)
7,694 (84%)/1,424 (16%)
8,082 (89%)/1,036 (11%)
NCAA Division III
[42][43][44][45]
Empire State College Saratoga Springs Saratoga
1971
10,424
3,862 (37%)/6,562 (63%)
3,688 (35%)/6,736 (65%)
9,327 (89%)/1,097 (11%)
N/A
[46][47][48][49] 35 branch campuses
Purchase College Purchase Westchester
1967
4,234
1,770 (42%)/2,464 (58%)
3,858 (91%)/376 (9%)
4,134 (98%)/100 (2%)
NCAA Division III
[50][51][52][53]
State University of New York at Geneseo Geneseo Livingston
1871
5,588
2,154 (39%)/3,434 (61%)
5,399 (97%)/189 (3%)
5,494 (98%)/94 (2%)
NCAA Division III
[54][55][56][57]
State University of New York at New Paltz New Paltz Ulster
1828
7,608
2,826 (37%)/4,782 (63%)
6,639 (87%)/969 (13%)
6,692 (88%)/916 (12%)
NCAA Division III
[58][59][60][61]
State University of New York at Oswego Oswego Oswego
1861
7,986
3,909 (49%)/4,077 (51%)
7,104 (89%)/882 (11%)
7,081 (89%)/905 (11%)
NCAA Division III
[62][63][64][65]
State University of New York at Potsdam Potsdam St. Lawrence
1816
3,521
1,390 (39%)/2,131 (61%)
3,390 (96%)/131 (4%)
3,298 (94%)/223 (6%)
NCAA Division III
[66][67][68][69] One of the 100 oldest colleges in the United States.
SUNY College at Oneonta Oneonta Otsego
1889
6,543
2,418 (37%)/4,125 (63%)
6,069 (93%)/474 (7%)
6,046 (92%)/497 (8%)
NCAA Division III
[70][71][72][73]
SUNY Cortland Cortland Cortland
1868
6,858
2,941 (43%)/3,917 (57%)
6,391 (93%)/467 (7%)
6,343 (92%)/515 (8%)
NCAA Division III
[74][75][76][77] Outdoor education center at Camp Pine Knot is a National Historic Landmark.
SUNY Fredonia Fredonia Chautauqua
1826
4,655
1,939 (42%)2,716 (58%)
4,465 (96%)/190 (4%)
4,431 (95%)/224 (5%)
NCAA Division III
[78][79][80][81]
SUNY Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Clinton
1889
5,704
2,389 (42%)/3,315 (58%)
5,123 (90%)/581 (10%)
5,297 (93%)/407 (7%)
NCAA Division III
[82][83][84][85]
The College at Brockport Brockport Monroe
1867
8,287
3,433 (41%)/4,854 (59%)
6,696 (81%)/1,591 (19%)
7,057 (85%)/1,230 (15%)
NCAA Division III
[86][87][88][89]
The College at Old Westbury Old Westbury Nassau
1965
5,087
2,046 (40%)/3,041 (60%)
4,311 (85%)/776 (15%)
4,784 (94%)/303 (6%)
NCAA Division III
[90][91][92][93]

Technology colleges[edit]

Main entrance of SUNY Maritime
Name Location County Founded[a] Enrollment[3][1] Male (%) /
Female (%)
Full-time (%) /
Part-time (%)
Undergraduate (%) /
Postgraduate
Athletics References Notes
Alfred State College Alfred Allegany
1908
3,737
2,332 (62%)/1,405 (38%)
3,456 (92%)/281 (8%)
3,737 (100%)/—
NCAA Division III
[94][95][96][97]
SUNY Farmingdale East Farmingdale Suffolk
1912
9,970
5,659 (57%)/4,311 (43%)
7,716 (77%)/2,254 (23%)
9,916 (99%)/54 (1%)
NCAA Division III
[98][99][100][101]
Maritime College New York City Bronx
1874
1,734
1,500 (87%)/234 (13%)
1,619 (93%)/115 (7%)
1,586 (91%)/148 (9%)
NCAA Division III
[102][103][104][105] First and largest commercial maritime institution in the United States.
Morrisville State College Morrisville Madison
1908
2,986
1,535 (51%)/1,451 (49%)
2,508 (84%)/478 (16%)
2,986 (100%)/—
NCAA Division III
[106][107][108][109]
SUNY Canton Canton St. Lawrence
1906
3,216
1,384 (43%)/1,832 (57%)
2,743 (85%)/473 (15%)
3,216 (100%)/—
NCAA Division III
[110][111][112][113]
SUNY Cobleskill Cobleskill Schoharie
1916
2,332
1,096 (47%)/1,236 (53%)
2,155 (92%)/177 (8%)
2,332 (100%)/—
NCAA Division III
[114][115][116][117]
SUNY Delhi Delhi Delaware
1913
3,291
1,507 (46%)/1,785 (54%)
2,472 (75%)/819 (25%)
3,238 (98%)/53 (2%)
NAIA
[118][119][120][121]

Community colleges[edit]

Mawhinney Hall at Onondaga Community College
Taconic Hall at Dutchess Community College
Hodson Hall at North Country Community College
Niagara Community College library
Daniel T. Brucker Hall at Rockland Community College
Onondaga Community College entrance sign
Name Location County Founded[a] Enrollment[3][1] Male (%) /
Female (%)
Full-time (%) /
Part-time (%)
Undergraduate (%)/
Postgraduate (%)
References Notes
Adirondack Community College Queensbury Warren
1960
3,727
1,633 (44%)/2,094 (56%)
2,090 (56%)/1,637 (44%)
3,727 (100%)/—
[122][123][124][125][126]
Broome Community College Binghamton Broome
1946
6,507
2,791 (43%)/3,716 (57%)
3,771 (58%)/2,736 (42%)
6,507 (100%)/—
[122][127][128][129][130]
Cayuga Community College Auburn Cayuga
1953
3,775
1,474 (39%)/2,301 (61%)
1,420 (38%)/2,355 (62%)
3,775 (100%)/—
[122][131][132][133][134] Originally named Auburn Community College.
Clinton Community College Plattsburgh Clinton
1967
1,376
600 (44%)/776 (56%)
605 (44%)/771 (56%)
1,376 (100%)/—
[122][135][136][137][138] Campus located on the site of the defunct Bellarmine College.
Columbia-Greene Community College Hudson Columbia
1966
1,578
589 (37%)/989 (63%)
623 (39%)/955 (61%)
1,578 (100%)/—
[122][139][140][141][142]
Corning Community College Corning Steuben
1958
3,424
1,472 (43%)/1,952 (57%)
1,663 (49%)/1,761 (51%)
3,424 (100%)/—
[122][143][144][145][146]
Dutchess Community College Poughkeepsie Dutchess
1957
8,582
3,893 (45%)/4,689 (55%)
3,666 (43%)/4,916 (57%)
8,852 (100%)/—
[122][147][148][149][150]
Erie Community College Buffalo Erie
1946
10,529
5,108 (49%)/5,421 (51%)
6,706 (64%)/3,823 (36%)
10,529 (100%)/—
[122][151][152][153][154]
Fashion Institute of Technology New York City New York
1944
8,767
1,455 (17%)/7,312 (83%)
7,406 (84%)/1,361 (16%)
8,555 (98%)/212 (2%)
[155][156]
Finger Lakes Community College Canandaigua Ontario
1967
5,944
2,579 (43%)/3,365 (57%)
2,377 (40%)/3,567 (60%)
5,944 (100%)/—
[122][157][158][159][160]
Fulton-Montgomery Community College Johnstown Fulton
1963
2,451
1,040 (42%)/1,411 (58%)
1,139 (46%)/1,312 (54%)
2,451 (100%)/—
[122][161][162][163][164]
Genesee Community College Batavia Genesee
1965
5,530
2,049 (37%)/3,481 (63%)
2,047 (37%)/3,483 (63%)
5,530 (100%)/—
[122][165][166][167][168]
Herkimer County Community College Herkimer Herkimer
1967
2,398
984 (41%)/1,414 (59%)
1,396 (58%)/1,002 (42%)
2,398 (100%)/—
[122][169][170][171][172]
Hudson Valley Community College Troy Rensselaer
1953
10,896
5,530 (51%)/5,366 (49%)
5,636 (52%)/5,260 (48%)
10,896 (100%)/—
[122][173][174][175][176] Originally named Troy Technical Institute[177]
Jamestown Community College Jamestown Chautauqua
1950
4,476
1,853 (41%)/2,623 (59%)
1,935 (43%)/2,541 (57%)
4,476 (100%)/—
[122][178][179][180][181] Campuses in New York and Pennsylvania.[182]
Jefferson Community College Watertown Jefferson
1962
3,277
1,314 (40%)/1,963 (60%)
1,802 (55%)/1,475 (45%)
3,277 (100%)/—
[122][183][184][185][186]
Mohawk Valley Community College Utica Oneida
1946
6,317
2,941 (47%)/3,376 (53%)
3,161 (50%)/3,156 (50%)
6,317 (100%)/—
[122][187][188][189][190]
Monroe Community College Brighton Monroe
1961
12,273
5,747 (47%)/6,526 (53%)
7,483 (61%)/4,790 (39%)
12,273 (100%)/—
[122][191][192][193][194]
Nassau Community College East Garden City Nassau
1960
17,406
8,501 (49%)/8,905 (51%)
10,100 (58%)/7,306 (42%)
17,406 (100%)/—
[122][195][196][197][198]
Niagara County Community College Sanborn Niagara
1962
5,047
2,163 (43%)/2,884 (57%)
2,962 (59%)/2,085 (41%)
5,047 (100%)/—
[122][199][200][201][202]
North Country Community College Saranac Lake Essex
1967
1,978
770 (39%)/1,208 (61%)
790 (40%)/1,188 (60%)
1,978 (100%)/—
[122][203][204][205][206] Official College of the 1980 Winter Olympic Games.
Onondaga Community College Syracuse Onondaga
1962
9,834
4,732 (48%)/5,102 (52%)
4,725 (48%)/5,109 (52%)
9,834 (100%)/—
[122][207][208][209][210]
Orange County Community College Middletown Orange
1950
6,617
2,732 (41%)/3,885 (59%)
2,964 (45%)/3,653 (55%)
6,617 (100%)/—
[122][211][212][213][214]
Rockland Community College Suffern Rockland
1959
6,859
3,196 (47%)/3,663 (53%)
3,542 (52%)/3,317 (48%)
6,859 (100%)/—
[122][215][216][217][218]
Schenectady County Community College Schenectady Schenectady
1969
5,231
2,296 (44%)/2,935 (56%)
1,729 (33%)/3,502 (67%)
5,231 (100%)/—
[122][219][220][221][222]
Suffolk County Community College Selden Suffolk
1959
26,078
12,152 (47%)/13,926 (53%)
13,187 (51%)/12,891 (49%)
26,078 (100%)/—
[122][223][224][225][226]
Sullivan County Community College Loch Sheldrake Sullivan
1963
1,534
694 (45%)/840 (55%)
784 (51%)/750 (49%)
1,534 (100%)/—
[122][227][228][229][230]
Tompkins Cortland Community College Dryden Tompkins County, New York
1966
2,373
1,032 (43%)/1,341 (57%)
1,605 (68%)/768 (32%)
2,373 (100%)/—
[122][231][232][233][234]
Ulster County Community College Stone Ridge Ulster
1961
3,554
1,690 (48%)/1,864 (52%)
1,420 (40%)/2,134 (60%)
3,554 (100%)/—
[122][235][236][237][238]
Westchester Community College Valhalla Westchester
1946
11,535
5,453 (47%)/6,082 (53%)
6,156 (53%)/5,379 (47%)
11,535 (100%)/—
[122][239][240][241][242]

Notes[edit]

  • a Each college's founding year is linked to the category of all schools founded in that year.

See also[edit]

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