Requirements

    SUNY Oneonta welcomes a freshman class of about 1,100 students each year.  We look for well-rounded applicants who show the potential to succeed in a rigorous academic environment and the desire to get involved in our campus community. Applicants must be graduates of an accredited secondary school or have evidence of equivalent education.

    We've found that the best measure of academic potential is past achievement. Course selection and grades along with class rank, senior-year courseload, Regents scores (for New York state applicants), and standardized test scores are all considered during the review process. Students admitted to SUNY Oneonta typically rank in the top 50% of their class.

    Successful applicants will have completed 4 units of English, history, math and science, and 3-4 units of foreign language during high school. Regents-level classes are a minimum requirement for New York state applicants, with Advanced Placement and honors courses carrying the most weight. A challenging college preparatory program is highly recommended. 

     
    Application Materials:
     

    Official High School Transcript* or GED/TASC Score Report

    *High School Transcript(s) using one of the following options:

    -Ask your high school to submit your transcript electronically
    -Ask your high school to submit your transcript via fax or mail directly to our office

     

    Official SAT and/or ACT score report(s).
    Sent through testing agency or listed on your high school transcript

     

    One letter of recommendation

     

    SUNY Supplemental Application
    (if using the SUNY application)

     

    Additional materials are required for students applying through the Educational Opportunity Program, special talent process and for homeschooled students.

    MUSIC: All students wishing to declare a music major are required to schedule and successfully pass an audition with the Music Department. Students will receive additional information at the time of application. The Office of Admissions will review all applicants for academic preparation. Students found admissible will be admitted, but the major will not be finalized until the audition process is completed. All auditions are coordinated through the Music Department.

    EDUCATION: All students wishing to declare education as a major will need a grade-point average of at least 3.0 or they must rank in the top 30 percent of their high school graduating class.

     

    IMPORTANT APPLICATION NOTE

    SUNY Oneonta uses email as its primary method of communication. Nearly all communications related to the application will sent via email so applicants must make sure that the email address provided on their application is correct. Applicants should also add SUNY Oneonta (admissions@oneonta.edu) to their contacts to avoid important notifications being sent to spam folders. Acceptance letters will be mailed to the permanent address submitted on the application.

    2015 Class Profile
    Applications: 11,430
    Accepted: 5,569
    Enrolled: 1,129
    SAT (Math and Critical Reading) middle 50%:
    1050-1170
    ACT composite middle 50%:
    23-26
    GPA middle 50%: 88-94

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    Requirements

    SUNY Oneonta welcomes a freshman class of about 1,100 students each year.  We look for well-rounded applicants who show the potential to succeed in a rigorous academic environment and the desire to get involved in our campus community. Applicants must be graduates of an accredited secondary school or have evidence of equivalent education.

    We've found that the best measure of academic potential is past achievement. Course selection and grades along with class rank, senior-year courseload, Regents scores (for New York state applicants), and standardized test scores are all considered during the review process. Students admitted to SUNY Oneonta typically rank in the top 50% of their class.

    Successful applicants will have completed 4 units of English, history, math and science, and 3-4 units of foreign language during high school. Regents-level classes are a minimum requirement for New York state applicants, with Advanced Placement and honors courses carrying the most weight. A challenging college preparatory program is highly recommended. 

     
    Application Materials:
     

    Official High School Transcript* or GED/TASC Score Report

    *High School Transcript(s) using one of the following options:

    -Ask your high school to submit your transcript electronically
    -Ask your high school to submit your transcript via fax or mail directly to our office

     

    Official SAT and/or ACT score report(s).
    Sent through testing agency or listed on your high school transcript

     

    One letter of recommendation

     

    SUNY Supplemental Application
    (if using the SUNY application)

     

    Additional materials are required for students applying through the Educational Opportunity Program, special talent process and for homeschooled students.

    MUSIC: All students wishing to declare a music major are required to schedule and successfully pass an audition with the Music Department. Students will receive additional information at the time of application. The Office of Admissions will review all applicants for academic preparation. Students found admissible will be admitted, but the major will not be finalized until the audition process is completed. All auditions are coordinated through the Music Department.

    EDUCATION: All students wishing to declare education as a major will need a grade-point average of at least 3.0 or they must rank in the top 30 percent of their high school graduating class.

     

    IMPORTANT APPLICATION NOTE

    SUNY Oneonta uses email as its primary method of communication. Nearly all communications related to the application will sent via email so applicants must make sure that the email address provided on their application is correct. Applicants should also add SUNY Oneonta (admissions@oneonta.edu) to their contacts to avoid important notifications being sent to spam folders. Acceptance letters will be mailed to the permanent address submitted on the application.

    2015 Class Profile
    Applications: 11,430
    Accepted: 5,569
    Enrolled: 1,129
    SAT (Math and Critical Reading) middle 50%:
    1050-1170
    ACT composite middle 50%:
    23-26
    GPA middle 50%: 88-94


    Requirements

    SUNY Oneonta welcomes a freshman class of about 1,100 students each year.  We look for well-rounded applicants who show the potential to succeed in a rigorous academic environment and the desire to get involved in our campus community. Applicants must be graduates of an accredited secondary school or have evidence of equivalent education.

    We've found that the best measure of academic potential is past achievement. Course selection and grades along with class rank, senior-year courseload, Regents scores (for New York state applicants), and standardized test scores are all considered during the review process. Students admitted to SUNY Oneonta typically rank in the top 50% of their class.

    Successful applicants will have completed 4 units of English, history, math and science, and 3-4 units of foreign language during high school. Regents-level classes are a minimum requirement for New York state applicants, with Advanced Placement and honors courses carrying the most weight. A challenging college preparatory program is highly recommended. 

     
    Application Materials:
     

    Official High School Transcript* or GED/TASC Score Report

    *High School Transcript(s) using one of the following options:

    -Ask your high school to submit your transcript electronically
    -Ask your high school to submit your transcript via fax or mail directly to our office

     

    Official SAT and/or ACT score report(s).
    Sent through testing agency or listed on your high school transcript

     

    One letter of recommendation

     

    SUNY Supplemental Application
    (if using the SUNY application)

     

    Additional materials are required for students applying through the Educational Opportunity Program, special talent process and for homeschooled students.

    MUSIC: All students wishing to declare a music major are required to schedule and successfully pass an audition with the Music Department. Students will receive additional information at the time of application. The Office of Admissions will review all applicants for academic preparation. Students found admissible will be admitted, but the major will not be finalized until the audition process is completed. All auditions are coordinated through the Music Department.

    EDUCATION: All students wishing to declare education as a major will need a grade-point average of at least 3.0 or they must rank in the top 30 percent of their high school graduating class.

     

    IMPORTANT APPLICATION NOTE

    SUNY Oneonta uses email as its primary method of communication. Nearly all communications related to the application will sent via email so applicants must make sure that the email address provided on their application is correct. Applicants should also add SUNY Oneonta (admissions@oneonta.edu) to their contacts to avoid important notifications being sent to spam folders. Acceptance letters will be mailed to the permanent address submitted on the application.

    2015 Class Profile
    Applications: 11,430
    Accepted: 5,569
    Enrolled: 1,129
    SAT (Math and Critical Reading) middle 50%:
    1050-1170
    ACT composite middle 50%:
    23-26
    GPA middle 50%: 88-94

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