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Freshman Application Procedures and Deadlines

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Applications for our Fall 2014 entering class are still being accepted and will be considered on a space-available basis. Applications for honors programs are no longer being accepted. 

 

To apply for admission as a freshman, please choose one of the following options:

 

common application
OR
apply suny
     

Option 1: The Common Application allows you to apply to more than 500 participating schools with one application. It includes required member questions, an essay of at least 250 words, and an online Teacher/Counselor Evaluation. The fee is $50.

Applicants to honors programs should apply using The Common Application and must follow additional procedures.

 

Option 2: The SUNY Application allows you to apply to several SUNY campuses with one application. SUNY applicants should submit the SUNY Supplement, which includes an essay of at least 250 words, and one Teacher/Counselor Evaluation pdf. The fee is $50.

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Submit the following:

- High school transcript(s) using one of the following options:

  1. Ask your high school to submit your transcript electronically through The Common Application's School Forms System.

    OR

  2. Self-report your academic record using SOAR.

    OR

  3. Ask your high school to fax or mail us your official high school transcript, along with the Transmittal Form pdf.
- SAT or ACT (with writing) scores should be reported directly from the testing agency. SAT code: 2548; ACT code: 2952.

Submit the following:

- High school transcript(s) using one of the following options:

  1. Ask your high school to submit your transcript electronically through SUNY's CounselorConnect System.

    OR

  2. Self-report your academic record using SOAR.

    OR

  3. Ask your high school to fax or mail us your official high school transcript, along with the Transmittal Form pdf.

- SAT or ACT (with writing) scores should be reported directly from the testing agency. SAT code: 2548; ACT code: 2952.

Fax printed documents to (631) 632-9898. Credentials faxed directly from the high school should not be mailed. Send items that cannot be faxed to:

Stony Brook University
UG Processing
279 Broadway
Albany, NY 12204-2755
U.S.A.

Please be sure to include your full name, date of birth, and home address on all correspondence. It is each applicant's responsibility to ensure that all application credentials are received.

 

There are additional application procedures, eligibility requirements, and deadlines for:

* Please be advised that the EOP/AIM program only considers applicants for fall semester admission. This program is dependent on New York State funding allocations, which vary from year to year. Students who wish to be considered for the EOP/AIM program will be notified at the earliest possible date if we are unable to consider their fall semester application due to a lack of funding.

 

Priority Deadlines
Applications will be accepted after these priority deadlines on a space-available basis.
       
Freshmen:
Priority Application
Deadline
Credentials
Deadline
Notification
Schedule
   
Fall 2014
January 15
February 1
By April 1*
 
Spring 2014
November 1
November 1
Rolling
       
* International applicants follow a separate notification schedule.

 

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