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The Top 10 SUNY Schools Ranked

The Top 10 SUNY Schools Ranked
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5. SUNY Geneseo

The state University of New York at Geneseo is heralded for its liberal arts programs as it is a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. SUNY Geneseo is regularly recognized as an institution of high value for out-of-state students as well as New York State residents. SUNY Geneseo has a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching as well as its master programs.

About 40 percent of the college’s students participate in a study abroad program. These students have the opportunity to study Humanities courses in Paris, Prague, or even Oxford University in England. 70 percent of the full-time residents in the area work or are in some way affiliated with the University, making the area a “college town.”

  • 2016 Tuition
  • New York State residents – $6470
  • Out-of-state residents – $16,320

4. SUNY Cortland

Cortland University campus
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The State University of New York at Cortland is a co-educational college that has been celebrated every four years as a designee on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. The four-year school also has many awards and accolades, like reaching the top 100 Best Values among Public College and Universities by Kiplinger.

The school was founded in 1865, yet only became a four-year college in 1941. The campus cradles Syracuse and Binghamton, which coincidentally enough, houses two other world renowned state universities. More than 64 majors and 38 minors, plus 33 graduate programs, make SUNY Cortland one of the largest educational institutions in the SUNY network. For those in sports, SUNY Cortland has a nationally successful men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic program.

  • 2016 Tuition
  • New York State Residents – $6470
  • Out of state – 16,320

3. SUNY Maritime

Located in the Bronx, the State University of New York Maritime College was the first college of its kind that offered commercial nautical instruction when it first opened in 1874. Currently, it is one of seven degree-granting maritime academies in the United States. SUNY Maritime College is a unique institution since it is one of the few schools that expand on the education of marine electrical systems, electrical facilities, and mechanical engineering.

All bachelor degrees prepare its students to take the examination for professional licensure to become a United States merchant marine officer. The majority of the student body at this school stem from the Regiment of Cadets, a military style organization that resembles the U.S federal service academies.

  • 2016 Tuition
  • New York State residents – $6470
  • Out-of-state residents – $16,320

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