Tuesday, January 14, 2014

SUNY Oneonta On-Site Admissions Program - 1/2714 - 1/31/14

See the information below about SUNY Oneonta on-site admissions program in NYC. Basically, you bring them your information and meet with an admissions rep and find out right on the spot if you have been accepted to the school! If you are applying EOP, you cannot get an instant decision but it will be beneficial to meet with an admissions counselor.

General students: minimum GPA of 84 / SAT 950
EOP students: minimum GPA of 78 / SAT 800

If you have applied to Oneonta already, I strongly suggest you attend the on-site admissions program! 

On-Site Admissions Program

Dear Jennifer,

SUNY Oneonta is increasingly becoming a more diverse campus. We welcome and celebrate students of different backgrounds ranging from race and ethnicity to gender, sexual orientation and/or identity; from religion and socio-economic status to age and nationality. We are committed to providing the social, spiritual and academic support
necessary for students to thrive in our diverse community. As part of our continued effort to recruit a diverse student body, we are once again hosting our annual On-Site Admissions (OSA) program and again asking for your support.

OSA allows SUNY Oneonta Admissions Counselors to meet with students, review academic credentials and supplemental information. During these interviews students who meet our admissions criteria will receive a formal written agreement confirming their acceptance to the college for the fall of 2014.

Details of the program are below:

Where: SUNY Center for Student Recruitment (33 West 42nd Street, between 5th & 6th
Avenues, New York City)

When: January 27-31, 2014
1/27 & 1/28 – 9:00am-5:00pm
1/29 & 1/30 – 9:00am-6:00pm
1/31 – 8:00am-12:00pm
We are asking for your assistance in identifying students who have applied to SUNY Oneonta and who you feel would contribute to diversity at the College. Identifying additional students that have not yet applied, but who show an interest in SUNY Oneonta is also helpful.

To participate in this program:

*** Prospective Non-EOP students MUST have a GPA of at least 84 and a minimum SAT (Critical Reading and Math combined; no Writing) score of 950 (20 ACT)

*** Prospective EOP students MUST have a GPA of at least 78, and a SAT score of
800 (17 ACT).

EOP applicants will NOT receive an on-site decision. The EOP application committee does not begin review until February. However, it is still highly recommended that EOP applicants come and meet with a counselor. The EOP counselor will be available January 27th thru 31st as well.
Students must call the Admissions Office at (800) SUNY-123 as soon as possible to schedule an appointment. Do not hesitate to contact me with questions or concerns. I look forward to meeting your students and working with you throughout the process.

Thank you for your time and support.


Bobak Kasrai
Admissions Counselor

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