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Thursday, August 4
8:00am - 7:30pm

Register online with the button above, or by calling Admissions
at 518-255-5525.

Interviews will be open all day –
first come, first served.

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You could be attending SUNY Cobleskill this fall.
Instant Decision Day includes an admissions decision interview, financial advisement, campus tours, and course registration. The interview is a one-on-one session with an Admissions Counselor and will last approximately 30 minutes. During that time, an Admissions counselor will review your academic records and outline a program option that fits your academic strengths and college goals.

What should you do to prepare?
• Let us know you're coming by registering! No specific appointment time is necessary, the office will be open from 8:00am to 7:30pm – first come, first served. You may register online or by contacting the Admissions Office at (518) 255-5525.
Apply to SUNY Cobleskill. Save time by submitting your application prior to your admissions interview!*
• Apply for financial aid by filing the FAFSA. If you've already applied for aid, be sure to add SUNY Cobleskill as a recipient college.

Minimum Requirements for Consideration
• High school transcripts or GED
• SAT or ACT score report (required if you wish to be considered for a Bachelor's program)
• Meet all high school graduation requirements
• College Transcripts (Required for Transferring applicants - unofficial or official copies accepted for review).

*It is recommended to submit the application prior to meeting with an admissions counselor, however, you will have the opportunity to submit your application during the instant decision event. A conditional admission decision will be provided if you did not submit an application to SUNY Cobleskill before Instant Decision Day.

Campus Life at SUNY Cobleskill

SUNY Cobleskill
by the Numbers

Recognized as one of the North's
Best Regional Colleges
by U.S. News & World Report

2500 Undergraduate Students
48% Male // 52% Female
10 Residence Halls
60% Students Living on Campus
902 Acre Campus

21 Intercollegiate Sports Teams
40+ Student Clubs

> 50 Academic Programs
18:1 Student:Faculty Ratio
20 Average Class Size
87 Average GPA (Bachelor's)
1020 // 22 Average SAT and ACT
97% of Graduate Survey Respondents find employment in their field or pursue a higher degree within one year