State University of New York (SUNY) is a public university system that serves New York state with 64 campuses. SUNY is the largest comprehensive university system in the United States with more than 415,000 students and offers over 7,500 degree and certificate programs.
The State University of New York was created in 1948 by Governor Thomas E. Dewey, through legislation signed by the State Legislature. In the decades that followed, SUNY expanded its campuses and programs, becoming a leader in higher education in the United States.
SUNY is governed by a Board of Trustees and the Chancellor, who serves as the chief executive officer. The Board is responsible for setting policy, establishing budget priorities, and overseeing the administration of the university system.
SUNY has 64 campuses located throughout New York state, including research universities, community colleges, and technical schools. Each campus has its own unique character and offers a range of academic programs and extracurricular activities.
SUNY offers more than 7,500 degree and certificate programs across its campuses. Programs include undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees in a wide range of fields, including business, education, engineering, health sciences, and more.
Colleges and Schools
SUNY includes a range of colleges and schools, covering a variety of disciplines. Some of the well-known colleges of SUNY include the State University of New York at Albany, Binghamton University, Stony Brook University, and the University at Buffalo.
The student life at SUNY is diverse and lively, with many opportunities for extracurricular activities, clubs, and organizations. Students can participate in music and theater performances, athletic events, service projects, and more. Additionally, SUNY offers a range of resources and support services for its students.
SUNY has a strong athletic tradition, with many of its campuses fielding competitive teams in sports such as football, basketball, soccer, and more. The SUNY Athletic Conference oversees intercollegiate athletics for many of the campuses.
SUNY has a distinguished list of alumni, including politicians, entrepreneurs, scientists, and artists. Some of the notable alumni include:
– Bobbi Brown, founder of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics
– Robert C. Byrd, former U.S. Senator from West Virginia
– Edie Falco, actress
– Eric Holder, former U.S. Attorney General
– Nina Totenberg, legal correspondent for NPR
|Name||State University of New York|
|Location||New York, United States|
|Colleges and schools||64|