For Early Action, a non-binding early application, students hoping to attend Albany or Binghamton should apply by November 1. All other Early Action applications must be received by November 15.
For all Early Action students, the deadline to finalize their enrollment decision is May 1.
However, applications will close as soon as a program is full, so the sooner you can apply, the better.
It’s always wise to double-check the website of the campus you’re applying to.
The State University of New York system of colleges—commonly known as SUNY—encompasses some 64 different campuses throughout New York. If you’re thinking of attending one of these 64 schools and need assistance filling out the SUNY application, this guide is here to help.
These campuses include research universities, community colleges, and even specific programs at other universities like Cornell. We’ll be covering admissions requirements, which schools require supplemental essays, and some helpful information for filling out your application.
Additional information may be required after submitting your essay, so check in regularly to be sure you don't miss it.
The ESF Admissions Committee would like to understand your interest in the college and our programs of study.
The essay is also your chance to tell us more about your experiences, activities and accomplishments.
(No more than 750 words, please.) If you are a transfer student, you will be prompted to submit information about your in-progress courses, including course name and numbering and the name of the school you are currently attending.