The College places emphasis on integrating classroom instruction with strong internships and field experiences. Many experiential learning opportunities are available on campus through avenues such as a working farm, fish hatchery, equestrian center, outdoor recreational area, histo-technology laboratory, broadcast television studio, restaurant, pre-school, and day care center. The College has nationally recognized programs and faculty who engage in scholarship, often in collaboration with students, which serves to enhance the teaching-learning process.
SUNY Cobleskill is a significant economic driver, positively impacting the region’s quality of life by creating an educated workforce, forming partnerships with corporations and the community, and providing numerous cultural, athletic, and regional events.
The College provides a variety of student-centered activities as well as significant opportunities for leadership development. Students may also participate in a full array of intramural and intercollegiate athletics, successfully competing at the NCAA Division III level. For nearly a century, the campus community has been committed to helping students achieve their personal and professional goals and to develop their full potential.
SUNY Cobleskill graduates transfer to places such as: Cornell University; State University of New York at Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, and Stony Brook, Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse and others.
A unique early medical school assurance program allows eligible students to apply for guaranteed admission to Upstate Medical University at the close of their freshman year, without ever having to take the MCATs.
Articulation agreements ensure easy transfer to other colleges within the State University of New York system.
The equestrian center, opened in fall 2005, includes a 34,000sf indoor arena, breeding and training facilities, and room to board over 70 horses. The 200-cow dairy facility boasts cutting-edge herd and waste management technology. The agricultural complex also includes an arboretum, golf greens, a fish hatchery, fourteen greenhouses, and agricultural engineering laboratories.
The college has received over $8 million in federal and state funding to launch applied research in the conversion of agricultural and municipal solid wastes into clean energy. The new project will afford many opportunities for undergraduate students to observe and participate in this research.
Construction of a new $37 million agricultural science center is expected to begin in 2009. SUNY Cobleskill is committed through its strategic plan and the desires of its constituents to incorporating sustainability into its curricula and business practices, and the college is a signatory on the Talloires Declaration.
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