State University of New York at New Paltz (out-of-state)


The school is known for being a highly selective school. The school receives about 15,400 applications annually. With regards to the overall acceptance rate, it tends to be around 41 percent which is equal about 6,380 students being accepted to the school. However, when the year commences, about 1,100 students will choose State University of New York at New Paltz as their school of choice. The institution tends to see 38 percent of the applicants who applied are men compared to 61 percent who are women. When the term starts, about 64 percent of those accepted females decided to study at State University of New York at New Paltz and 35 percent were men.

First-year students are asked to submit their ACT or SAT scores to State University of New York at New Paltz when applying. In most cases, accepted applicants have test scores in the range of 24 - 29 for ACT or 1,090 - 1,270 for SAT. This school also accepts Advanced Placement (AP) credits, and Dual credit. State University of New York at New Paltz’s undergraduate application fee is $50. To apply to State University of New York at New Paltz, you are required to present these required documents: ACT/SAT scores, Completion of college-preparatory program, Recommendations, Secondary school GPA, and a Secondary school record.

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Student ACT Scores

25th %
75th %



Student SAT Scores

25th %
75th %



First-Year Admission Statistics

Application, Acceptance, Enrollment Statistics from the 2018 Admissions Cycle
Applications
15,419
Male 5,973
Female 9,446

 

Acceptance
6,375
Male 2,176
Female 4,199

 

Enrollment Total
1,149
Male 404
Female 745


Acceptance Rate
41.4%
Male
36.4%
Female
44.4%

 

Yield
18%
Male
18.6%
Female
17.7%


Application Fees and Other Information

Application Fees

Undergraduate

$50


Graduate

$50



Credit from AP or Pre-college classes

  • Advanced Placement (AP) credits
  • Dual credit

    Admission considerations

    Required

    Admission test scores
    Completion of college-preparatory program
    Recommendations
    Secondary school GPA
    Secondary school record



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