SUNY Morrisville Admissions Office considers applicants without reference to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, handicap, sexual orientation, martial or parental status. The credentials of each applicant are evaluated on an individual basis and admission is granted to those who have the potential for success in the curriculum of their choice.
SUNY Morrisville does not offer an open enrollment admission policy. Students are admitted to specific curricula rather than to a general program.
Although an interview is not required for admission to the college, students are encouraged to visit the campus during the admission process, meet with program faculty members, and discuss admission and enrollment procedures directly with an admission adviser.
Admission is offered on a space available basis. All of the information provided is reviewed holistically to make the best decision possible for both the applicant and the college. Some programs may attain full enrollment and close throughout the year. A student may be offered admission to an alternate major when the desired major is full or if the admissions committee deems that enhanced academic credentials are required for the requested major.
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Students who have earned college level credit after high school graduation or equivalency will apply through Transfer Admission.
Readmission to SUNY Morrisville is for students who have previously been enrolled in a degree program and wish to return to school.
A.O.E. Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)
The State University of New York's Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides access, academic support and financial aid to students who show promise for succeeding in college but who may not have otherwise been offered admission. Available primarily to full-time, matriculated students, the program supports students throughout their college careers within the University. EOP strives to support all students in their efforts to become successful college students thereby progressing to successful professional careers.
SUNY Morrisville has established articulation agreements with several high schools and BOCES campuses through the development of articulation agreements. Students who successfully complete and approved Career & Technical Education program will be granted college credits upon full-time matriculation at SUNY Morrisville, typically after the first semester or year of coursework. Proper documentation from the students high school and./or BOCES campus is required. Proof of program/course completion and a minimum GPA are requirements that must be met in order for credits to be granted. Students must adhere to the requirements specific to each articulation agreement in order to earn college credit.