Delivering on the Purchase PromiseMessage from Interim President Dennis CraigMessage from Interim President Dennis Craig

Our second priority is to ensure the college is able to continue to deliver the instruction, programming, and services necessary for new and returning students to graduate on time and within the eight-semester plans.

Summary of Plans

Fall semester instruction will be conducted based on guidelines set forth by the Governor’s office and SUNY.

All students will take classes remotely. However, faculty compiled a list of classes requiring in-person instruction for students to stay on track and graduate on time. A quarter of students are enrolled in classes that will use in-person instruction. All in-person classes will be supplemented by remote learning.

Just under 1,000 students will live on campus, including those unable to commute to in-person classes (i.e. international students, students outside a reasonable commuting radius, no transportation, etc.) and those with special circumstances. Letters will be sent via email alerting students enrolled in courses with face to face learning.

All in-person instruction will conclude by Thanksgiving. The semester will be finished remotely for all students.