Think Wide Open
- Associate Professor of New Media is “forming a global, advocacy innovation lab to Free the Vaccine for COVID-19.”
Purchase is a Best ValueAccording to the Princeton Review’s Top 200 Best Value Colleges.
#PurchaseCaresWe’re sharing stories from the Purchase community to focus on the positive and to inspire others. Learn more…
And The Beat Goes On...While the printed version took a hiatus this semester, the editorial team turned out an online issue of The Purchase Beat.
Britney DiTocco ’20 Receives SUNY Chancellor’s Award
The history and studio composition double major is among two Purchase College graduating seniors to receive the prestigious 2020 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.
Garth Greenwell Earns Guggenheim FellowshipCongratulations to author Garth Greenwell ’01 (literature) for receiving the prestigious award.
Paramount Picks Up Original Script by Mattson Tomlin ’12The competition was apparently heated for his script, 2084.
Ilias Fourati ’20 Receives SUNY Chancellor’s AwardThe chemistry and piano performance double major is among two Purchase College graduating seniors to receive the prestigious 2020 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.
Italics Mine Has LaunchedThe Lily Lieb Port Creative Writing Program proudly presents issue 17 of Italics Mine.
Novel by Claribel Ortega ’10 Will See the Big ScreenScholastic published Ghost Squad today, a middle grade novel by journalism major Claribel Ortega ’10. It will also be made into a movie.
Dr. Milagros Peña Named Next PresidentThe SUNY Board of Trustees announced today that Dr. Milagros “Milly” Peña will become the sixth president of Purchase College.
Professors Receive Grant for Innovative Study Abroad Program
The SUNY Chancellor has awarded Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies Ragnhild Utheim and Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies Lisa Jean Moore a grant for creating a study abroad opportunity that addresses climate change.
Discover the Academic Partnership with Upstate Medical UniversityThe program is designed to attract students from a diverse range of undergraduate study programs.
Two Founding Professors RetireIn a semester that’s proven nothing short of remarkable, we must pause and honor the truly remarkable careers of two founding professors of Purchase College retiring this year, Professors Emeriti Lee Ehrman and Peter Schwab.