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  • Binghamton University - A SUNY university center for 12,000 students with schools in Arts and Sciences, Nursing, Education and Human Development, Management, and Engineering and Applied Science.
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  • Brockport - SUNY Brockport is a liberal arts college offering degrees in a wide array of disciplines located near Rochester, NY.
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  • Buffalo State College - A University College in the State University of New York system. Offering nearly 70 undergraduate and nearly 30 graduate degree programs, Buffalo State offers the convenience of a comprehensive college within a friendly, accessible environment.
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  • College at Cortland - "Where students come first." SUNY Cortland offers 45 majors and 24 graduate programs in a beautiful small town, hilltop setting. Unique residence life program featuring computer access, academic mentoring and tutoring for 5,600 undergraduate and 1,287 graduate students. In '99-'00, 75% of students receive financial aid.
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  • College at Old Westbury - SUNY College offers undergraduate liberal arts and programs to 4,000 students from its 605 acres including woodlands and rolling meadows on Long Island's north shore 22 miles from Manhattan.
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  • College at Oneonta - Oneonta is a state-supported, comprehensive, coeducational college of the liberal arts and sciences with approximately 5,000 students
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  • Empire State College - SUNY - Accredited non-traditional adult education through individualized degree programs, distance learning, flexible independent study, online courses and online degrees. Instructional locations in 40 locations across New York State and Coordinating Center in Saratoga Springs.
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  • Oswego State University - Oswego's three schools - the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business and School of Education - offer 95+ undergraduate and graduate programs. The 700 acre campus located 35 miles of Syracuse hoats 8,000 students.
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  • Plattsburgh State - With about 5,400 undergraduate and 600 graduate students attend this 4 year public University College located in northern upstate New York, 1 hour from Montreal and 2.5 hours from Albany.
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  • Potsdam - SUNY - A liberal arts college of roughly 4,000 undergrad and graduate students.
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  • Purchase College - Situated on 400 acres of natural landscape in Westchester County, New York, just a half hour north of Manhattan, Purchase College was founded in 1969 by Governor Rockefeller on the conviction that artists and scholars are indispensable to an enlightened society.
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  • State University of New York at Stony Brook - This SUNY university center features a 1,100 acre site on the North Shore of Long Island in southeastern NY offering undergraduate and graduate degrees to over 17,000 students. Manager of Brookhaven National Laboratory.
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  • SUNY Fredonia - A four-year comprehensive, public, liberal arts college in, known for bachelor's degree programs in music and education.
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  • SUNY Geneseo - A campus of the State University of New York in Geneseo, NY (near Rochester). Approximately 5,600 students.Undergraduate tuition for New York state residents: $3,400; tuition for out-of-state residents, $8,300. Graduate student tuition: in state $5,100; out-of-state $8,416.
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  • University at Albany - A University Center of the SUNY system featuring 100 undergraduate, 83 masters and 38 doctoral programs for approximately 16,000 students.
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  • University at Buffalo - A SUNY university center, UB is the largest public university in New York and New England, with the largest faculty offering the largest number of degree programs.
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