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  • Welcome! Dual Diploma Program State University of New York New Paltz
  • Kathleen Bauman Geher Program Coordinator [email_address] PHONE: 845-257-3594 FAX: 845-257-3608 www.newpaltz.edu/dualdiploma
  • SUNY New Paltz
  • SUNY New Paltz
  • Applying to SUNY New Paltz
    • CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE BASED ON:
    • COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM ( http://www.newpaltz.edu/dualdiploma/apply.cfm )
    • This form will be submitted online! Please do not use Turkish letters/characters.
    • ÖSYM SCORES
    • COPY OF DIPLOMA
  • Applying to SUNY New Paltz
    • Admission to the Dual Diploma Program
    • Complete application to the undergraduate degree program at SUNY New Paltz.
    • Provide evidence of passing TOEFL score.
  • Applying to SUNY New Paltz
    • REQUIRED TOEFL SCORES
    • Institutional* TOEFL = 550
    • Computer TOEFL (CBT) = 213
    • Internet TOEFL(iBT) = 74
    • Scores need to be submitted to SUNY New Paltz: sent by ETS (#2541), official score sheet faxed, or signed letter from SUNY official.
  • Getting to SUNY New Paltz
    • Application for F-1 Student Visa
    • Must complete required financial documents: http://www.newpaltz.edu/admissions/fsa4.pdf .
    • Once application is complete, New Paltz will issue an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility.
    • Lori Thompson (lori.thompson@suny.edu) from the SUNY Ankara office can provide more information on the visa process.
  • Getting to SUNY New Paltz
    • Pre-Arrival Preparation
    • Health information must be completed. Available at: http://www.newpaltz.edu/healthcenter/healthrpt.pdf
    • Send Residence License, Attendance Response Form, and Health Form to the Center for International Programs.
  • Getting to SUNY New Paltz
    • Transportation to New Paltz
    • Make group flight arrangements.
    • We will arrange group transportation from JFK to the SUNY New Paltz campus.
  • Getting to SUNY New Paltz
    • Transportation to New Paltz
    • Classes for Summer Session I 2008 begin on May 27 and end on June 30.
    • You should plan to arrive at JFK on Thursday, May 22. Orientation will be held on Friday, May 23.
    • Graduation will be held on May 18.
  • Getting to SUNY New Paltz
    • Transportation to New Paltz
    • Classes for Summer Session II begin on July 7 and end on August 8.
    • You should plan to leave from JFK on August 9. Transportation will be provided.
  • Studying at SUNY New Paltz
    • Orientation, Course Registration and the Start of Classes
    • Orientation for new students will be held on May 23. New students will receive student ID cards (returning students should bring them), computer and phone accounts. All students will pay bills and finalize course schedules.
    • Meet with advisor: Dean Hadi Salavitabar (Business).
    • Summer class schedule available will be on-line at www.newpaltz.edu /summer/ or check your schedule at my.newpaltz.edu .
  • Academic Policies (available on the website)
    • You must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 to come to SUNY New Paltz.
    • New students must maintain a GPA of 2.60 for business. Students who fall below these scores will be put on academic probation. The GPA must be raised to the appropriate level the following summer session.
  • Academic Policies
      • A minimum grade of C- must be earned in all business courses. A minimum grade of D- counts toward the completion of the GE classes.
      • Failed classes must be retaken which may extend your time in the program. You are also responsible for paying for any extra courses.
      • You are expected to read the syllabus for each course carefully so you are aware of the professor’s policies for that class.
  • Academic Policies
      • You will be required to take some on- line classes as part of your program. It is important that you purchase the books and know the start date for these classes. This information will be provided to you in the summer via e- mail.
      • The fall on-line classes will start toward the end of September to better accommodate the Turkish academic calendar.
  • Other Policies
    • Smoking is not allowed in any campus buildings, including the residence halls.
    • Students are responsible for cleaning their own rooms.
    • Some professors have mandatory attendance policies which can affect your grade (check the syllabus for each course).
    • Talking in class is perceived as very disrespectful to the professors.
    • We’re here to help you adjust to campus, so please feel free to ask for help or answers.
  • We’ll see you in May!