SUNY Albany

1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, United States
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About SUNY Albany

SUNY Albany is a school located in with a total of 3314 courses available to enroll in.

Named as one of America's Top Colleges by Forbes Magazine SUNY Albany is at the forefront of much of the most cutting edge fields of study. More than 150 fields of study and an 18:1 student/faculty ratio, 9 colleges and schools, and an NCAA Division I athletic program make SUNY Albany one of the premier public universities in the nation.

SUNY Albany offers fields of study in climate change, data analytics, and cybersecurity to name just a few of the advanced programs available for students. Campus life consists of numerous student clubs and organizations. SUNY Albany offers a full service recreation program and intramural athletics.

The university is benefitted by the surrounding urban area of greater Albany, a city rich in American history and filled with all of the nightlife of a medium sized eastern city. For students who wish to get away from campus life and city life, SUNY Albany offers Camp Dippikill, an 850 acre wilderness retreat which includes cabins and campsites.

SUNY Albany also offers 14 online graduate degrees and certificates. The university has been offering online degrees for 20 years in areas which range from education and public health, to informatics and information technology.


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