Nov. 4 Open House to Showcase All SUNY Plattsburgh Has to Offer
SUNY Plattsburgh will host its second fall Open House Saturday, Nov. 4 beginning with refreshments at 9:30 a.m. in Einstein’s Bagels, Hawkins Hall, followed by the welcome and panel discussion at 10 in Giltz Auditorium.
Admissions ambassadors will talk about their majors, experiences as Cardinals and life on — and off — campus before families are divided by students’ interest for academic and program break-out sessions in departments across campus at 11 a.m.
Students will have the chance to talk to faculty members about their programs, requirements and facilities. At noon, students and their families can visit the Supporting Student Success and Academics Fair in the Warren Ballrooms, second floor Angell College Center, where they can learn more about academic programs, activities and services.
From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Cardinal Lounge adjacent to the Warren Ballrooms, students can attend individual financial aid appointments with financial aid where they’ll be able to talk with an adviser, ask questions about financial aid requirements, scholarships and other aid resources. There will also be the opportunity to discuss loans, college payment plans and other ways of paying for college.
Admissions appointments will also be held at this time in the Cardinal Lounge where students can talk to admissions personnel about academic programs of study and enrollment processes and the next step toward a SUNY Plattsburgh education.
Campus walking tours will be held continuously from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., showcasing classrooms, dining facilities, residence halls, athletic facilities and more. Admissions ambassadors leading tours can answer questions from their own experiences and point students in the right direction for any other questions.
For more information and to register for the Nov. 4 Open House, visit https://www.plattsburgh.edu/admissions/visit/open-house.html. To speak with a member of the Office of Admissions, call 518-564-2040 or email [email protected].
— By Associate Director of Communications Gerianne Downs