Starting April 1st new AOP freshmen will receive an e-mail notice that Enrollment forms for Virtual Summer Academy are ready through the SUNY Oneonta portal. If paperwork needs to be mailed to student, please request this via e-mail to: email@example.com.
All paperwork must be filled out completely and submitted to the portal, or via postal mail to:
Access and Opportunity Programs
110 Netzer Admin. Bldg.
Oneonta, NY 13820
The deadline to submit all paperwork is June 30, 2021. For your convenience, if hard copies need to be mailed to you, included will be a postage-paid reply envelope to return your forms. This year Virtual Summer Academy will begin with a welcome day and orientation July 1-2, and classes will begin July 6th and end July 30th with an award ceremony event for everyone. We look forward to seeing you in July!
What is Virtual Summer Academy?
AOP Virtual Summer Academy is a mandatory, tuition-free program that provides exciting and challenging opportunities for new students entering in the fall. This four-week program is designed to provide students with academic and social foundations prior to the start of freshman year. Admission to SUNY Oneonta is contingent upon successful completion of Summer Academy. Access and Opportunity Programs welcomes you to the 2021 Virtual Summer Academy. We're looking forward to an exciting and memorable summer with you!
What Do Past Students Have to Say?
"Before I went I was a little disappointed that it was going to be almost 4 weeks long. After I went I was disappointed it was only 4 weeks long! I would do it over if I had the chance. The experiences and the fun I had could never be explained...and the friends I made are irreplaceable. Thanks!"
Melinda Kozlowski, Mass Communications
“Summer Academy prepared me for the challenges that I would be facing as an incoming freshman. I had plenty of friends and I was definitely prepared for the academics because of the lectures that were given in the Academy. I grew as an individual because of learning and going through all of the Academy experiences."
Diana Greene, Music Industry
“Summer Academy to me was considered a transition from high school to college life. It gave me the opportunity to experience college life before actually starting college. The experience was rewarding both academically and socially. We had the chance to brush up on our writing and math skills and at the same time we had a great time.”
Nakemma Durrant, Biology