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SUNY Cobleskill is one of few institutions in the United States where an undergraduate student may also choose to earn an associate degree. The College has an enrollment of 2,600 students in 50 ...

SUNY Cobleskill is one of few institutions in the United States where an undergraduate student may also choose to earn an associate degree. The College has an enrollment of 2,600 students in 50 programs divided into three schools – Agriculture and Natural Resources, Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Business. Check out this presentation. Interested students can mail us at info@intelligentgulf.com

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    • real life real learningS TA T E U N I V E R S I T Y O F N E W Y O R K TAT A
    • SUNY Cobleskill is a place whereyou will grow—through hands-onexperience that will prepareyou for a career—and a love oflearning that will prepare youfor life. You’ll discover a friendlycampus where it’s easy to fitin—a place where professorsgo out of their way to help youreach your goals—and pushyou to aim even higher. degrees and programs
    • bachelor’s degrees associate degreesAgricultural Business Information Technology AccountingManagement * Information Security Agricultural Business Information SystemsAgricultural Equipment Network Administration Agricultural Engineering Technology:Technology Web Application/Development Agricultural Power MachineryAnimal Science * Web Graphics John Deere Agricultural Technology Power Machinery TechnologyBiotechnology Landscape Contracting Agricultural Science *Business Administration * Plant Science * Animal Science:Communication in Technology Turfgrass Management: Beef and Livestock Studies Golf Turf ManagementCulinary Arts Management Animal Science: Turfgrass Management:Early Childhood Studies: Dairy Production and Management Sports Turf ManagementBirth - Age 5 Animal Science: Curriculum Wildlife Management Equine Studies Leadership/AdministrationEnvironmental andEnergy Technologies Renewable Energies Waste Management Water Resources ManagementFinancial ServicesFisheries and AquacultureGraphic Design Technology Print/Video Print/Web
    • Biological Technology Food Service Administration: Liberal Arts and Sciences: Restaurant Management ScienceBusiness Administration Graphic Design Technology Liberal Arts and Sciences:Child and Family Services Social Science Health Science StudiesCommunications Nursery Management HistotechnicianComputer Information Systems * Sustainable Crop Production Landscape DevelopementCulinary Arts Turfgrass Management Liberal Arts and Sciences:Diesel Technology Humanities John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment Liberal Arts and Sciences: MathematicsEarly ChildhoodEmergency Medical Technician:ParamedicEnvironmental StudiesFisheries and Wildlife Technology * Many of our programs provide opportunities to further focus one’s study. See our Web site for full details.
    • suny cobleskill A college where 98% of graduates go on to pursue a higher degreeor begin working in their chosen field.
    • genuine growthA place for discovery. A college for seriousstudies. With small classes and a team ofdedicated professors who know who you are.
    • focused exploration This campus has been called a “living laboratory.”A place where nature and technology come together to create a rich and vibrant college experience.
    • true spiritA college experience that can change your life.A chance to build lasting relationships — to share yourstrengths and talents. A place to call your home.
    • academics A great education is one in which students become engaged in learning. That’s why small classes and hands-on learning are at the core of a SUNY Cobleskill education. Here you will be pushed to think and explore in classroom environments that encourage interaction—and you’ll get real-world experience putting what you’ve learned into practice.
    • liberal agriculturearts and and naturalsciences resourcesThe Liberal Arts and Sciences knowledge. This foundationstudent at SUNY Cobleskill allows the students in ourwill never feel lost in an Liberal Arts and Sciencesimpersonal lecture hall with program to easily transferhundreds of other students. to one of our professionalOur lectures generally have programs or to anotheronly 35-40 students. Regular college to continue theirclasses are even smaller, education. For students whooften with fewer than 20 have excelled in high schoolstudents. Our small class size or in their first semester atand excellent student/faculty SUNY Cobleskill, the Honorsratio make our program Program offers even moresimilar to the experience at of an academic challenge.a small liberal arts college. We offer a wide rangeof academic programs which SUNY Cobleskill began fiber, the management ofprepare students for future in 1916 as the Schoharie natural resources (aquatic,studies, graduate school, or School of Agriculture. Today, range and wildlife),the work force. we offer one of the most business and education. Unlike larger universities diverse programs in the Agricultural Engineeringwhere assistants are often United States in agriculture, Technology students learnrelied on to teach, our horticulture and natural to apply engineering skillsfaculty teach their own resources management. in areas such as energy-classes each and every day. Our graduates are playing soil-water conservation,Every major is founded on an increasingly important building construction andthe use of critical thinking role developing new ways to diesel technology.and a breadth of human utilize biotechnology, making Students in the American agriculture more Department of Plant Science competitive, and assuring study agronomy, crop produc- a healthy food supply. tion, horticulture, turfgrass Our modern 650-acre management, nursery agricultural complex serves management and as a laboratory for hands-on sports/recreation area skill building where theories management. Our nationally can be put into practice. recognized landscape design It includes a working farm, program offers a computer 14 greenhouses, a 10-acre design lab to ensure that arboretum, a 40,000-gallon students are able to fish hatchery, a 200-cow incorporate the latest contemporary freestall dairy, technology in their work. a meat laboratory, an equine With 20 different complex with a new indoor majors offering bachelor’s arena, and a fully-equipped or associate degrees, agricultural engineering Agriculture and Natural technology facility. Resources students are able The Department of to pursue a wide range of Agricultural Business and studies and experiences Animal Science serves covering virtually every students interested in the aspect of agriculture. production, processing and distribution of food and
    • business earlyand computer childhoodtechnologies SUNY Cobleskill’s Early students develop the leader- Childhood program prepares ship skills and the strategies students for careers in necessary to become childcare, child and family effective staff members services, and teaching — setting the standard for many other college programs. Our program is so successful that it has been used as a model for the development of Early Childhood curricula through- out New York State. While the classroom studies are and classroom teachers. interesting and innovative, By observing and working opportunities for actual with varied age groups, our experience happen here students receive diverse every day. experience that allows themIn today’s world, computers The Financial Services Students play an integral to make educated decisionsmean business. That’s why program prepares students part at two on-campus facili- about the directions theirour Business and Computer for one of the nation’sTechnologies graduates are fastest growing professions:consistently in high demand. helping individuals and Business Administration companies with theirstudents prepare for a variety financial decisions. Afterof careers with a solid taking their CFP exam,foundation in basic business graduates work in areasskills. Accounting students such as insurance,learn that their field includes investments, banking,a great deal more than real estate and personalgathering information. The financial planning.financial knowledge they We arrange productivegraduate with is often the and interesting internshipsbasis for important business for those looking to earndecisions. college credit for workplace Information Technology experience. Internships alsostudents get ready for their enable students to actuallycareers in a setting that prove themselves on the job,mirrors the realities of the resulting in job offers 97%modern workplace. Smart of the time. Students who ties. The Effie Bennett-Powe careers will take.classrooms and new are interested in gaining Child Development Center is While many studentscomputer labs utilize overseas experience can an on-site pre-school where work in childcare afteronly the most current even spend their third or students play an active role. graduating, many otherstechnology, helping them fourth semester abroad. The campus is also home continue their studiesbuild a foundation for Whatever their field to the SUNY Cobleskill to pursue careers inmanagement positions of study, Business and Campus Child Care Center, elementary education,in technology-focused Computer Technologies attended by infants, toddlers, special education,organizations. students learn it in a way pre-schoolers and school-age art education or that’s in sync with today’s children. At these facilities, physical education. world of business.
    • culinaryarts internshipsResearch shows that hospi- Students have multiple Adelphi Paper Cornell New Yorktality, cuisine and travel are opportunities to develop Hanging Cooperative State Zoo at Extension Thompson Parkamong the largest growth their skills in this “real life, Aetna Dentalindustries today. Whether real learning” setting. Plans Cornell Normansideit’s for business, pleasure or Our Culinary Arts University Veterinary Clinic Albany Medicalhealth, more and more people program is accredited by Center Dairy One, Inc. North Carolinaare eating away from home the American Culinary Baptist Hospital Albany Stratton Faxton-St. Luke’sor using accommodations Federation, and our students Veterans Healthcare Northwestaway from home. As this consistently win medals Administration Mutualtrend continues, the need at the International Hotel, Hospital Ed Castro Landscaping, Inc. Olive Gardenfor qualified personnel Motel & Restaurant Show. In ARAMARK Restaurantscontinues to grow. fact, 98% of our graduates First Cardinal At SUNY Cobleskill, are working in their fields BMW of North Corporation The Otesaga America Resort Hotelthe study of food service is within three months of Fresh Air Fundelevated to an art with equal earning their degree. Bank of America Outback First Pioneer Restaurantsemphasis on classic and Mary Imogene Farm Credit, ACA.contemporary cuisine. Our Bassett Hospital Ryder Elementarynewly renovated Culinary Friendly’s School Beckley RestaurantsArts kitchens are like those & Quirini The Sagamorefound in fine restaurants Accounting A.O. Foxand hotels. There are Memorial St. Clare’s Best Western Hospital Hospitalfully-equipped catering Hotels andkitchens, as well as the Restaurants Genex St. Peter’sAmerican Heritage Corporation, Inc. Hospital Bethpagerestaurant. The American Golf Course Heifer Schoharie ARCHeritage is a student run, International Bob’s Trees Schohariefine dining restaurant which Mark Hennig County Headis located on campus. Brook’s House Racing Stables Start of Barbeque Howe Caverns Schoharie Canadian County Wildlife John Deere Department of Services Dealerships Social Services Capital Katz Media Shinnecock Communications Group Hills Golf Club Federal Credit Union LESCO SUNY Upstate Medical Center Capraro Mallery Financial University Technologies Services Hospital Chili’s Mannix SODEXO Restaurants Marketing Texas Clover Patch Marriott Hotels Instruments Pre-School New Holland for Disabled University Dealerships Hospital at Children New York Central Stony Brook Coastal Marine Mutual Fire Botanical Garden Westchester Insurance Parks and Cobleskill New York Recreation Child Care State DEC Center
    • This is a friendly campus where it’s easyto join in. You’ll find great friends, greatfood and have a really great time. Ourcampus has exciting places to hang outand quiet places to study. Whatever youwant to do, you can do it right here.take a look
    • what todo when Sleep in. Living in one ofyou’re not our co-ed or single gender residence halls, you canin class plug in to the internet, watch your favorite cable channel, call home or just catch some extra sleep.Join a club. Over Get cultural. Hear zydeco40 clubs from or classical, see a photoPre-Veterinary and exhibit or a dancePastry Arts to Paintball performance. How aboutand Outing Club. an International Food Festival? Cultural events always keep thingsPlay a sport or interesting on campus.cheer one on.With 19 NCAA Division III Eat well. Enjoy home-stylevarsity teams, including cooking in Champlin Diningtwo equestrian teams, and Hall or burgers and fries atdozens of intramurals, the Courtyard Café. In aSUNY Cobleskill offers one rush? Grab food on the flyof the largest and most in one of our Express Cafés.diverse athletic programsin the northeast. Get off campus. For concerts, museums,Explore the outdoors. restaurants and shopping,You’re never far from the state capital city ofcaves, parks, streams, Albany is a 40-minutelakes and mountain drive in one direction,trails. The Catskills, the busy college townAdirondacks, Helderbergs of Oneonta in the other.and Mohawk Valley Find conveniences andoffer endless adventure. small town charm in the village of Cobleskill.Catch a flick. Walk to the Don’t have a car? ThePark Theater in Cobleskill bus service can take youand see a first-run movie near and far.for just $4.00.
    • first hand alice shen Early Assurance Pre-Medical Program “I chose SUNY Cobleskill because of the Early Assurance Pre-Medical Program. After I finish my studies at SUNY Cobleskill, I’ll be transfer- ring to Cornell for two years, and then going on to medical school at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. Since I don’t have to worry about applying to medical school, I’m able to really concentrate on my studies. Thanks to this program, I know just what my future holds.” kevin berner Associate Professor, Fisheries and Wildlife As the winner of the 2004 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Kevin Berner is a popular and well-respected member of the faculty. While grizzly bears, pelicans and a wide array of birds have been the focus of his field studies, his main area of expertise is the Eastern Bluebird. He works closely with his students surveying wildlife and their habitats, often in caves. Among their more exciting discoveries was a snake skeleton from the last glacial period, thought to be thousands of years old. joanne cloughly Assistant Professor, Culinary Arts, Hospitality, and Tourism JoAnne Cloughly has been included in the prestigious guide, Who’s Who Among American Teachers. Because of the new trends in fusion cuisine, she believes that anyone who is serious about succeeding in the industry today must become knowledgeable about other cultures. “Our own diverse student body is such a great resource for our students. I encourage all of them to network and learn from one another, both in and out of the classroom.”
    • michael murphy, Ph. D. Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department of Natural Sciences Dr. Murphy is an award-winning teacher who is also doing groundbreaking research. As a Fulbright Senior Scholar, he spent a year in Prague studying embryonic and fetal kidney function. Since many kidney problems begin before birth, this area of study is of particular interest to him. He has continued this work in conjunction with the Czech Academy of Sciences and often involves his students. Dr. Murphy is also the founder of SUNYCobleskill’s Early Assurance Pre-Medical Program. rebekah adamoschek Liberal Arts Major “I just graduated from SUNY Cobleskill after majoring in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Humanities. Looking back, I can see how I was transformed here, both as a student and as a person. I attribute a lot to the Honors Program where I was constantly challenged to achieve excellence. SUNY Cobleskill provides all of the tools that are necessary for success. A student only needs to take advantage of all that’s offered.” thar meepegama Computer Information Systems Major from Sri Lanka “I’ve made a lot of good friends at SUNY Cobleskill who have helped me develop as a person, including my roommate who shares so many of my interests. I’m involved in many different clubs which are unique to this school, including the Model United Nations. My classes are small enough so the professors actually know the students — and can help us individually. I’ve already learned so much about my field because of the easy working relationship between the professors and the students.”
    • cobleskill facts Honors The Honors Program is designed to create a scholastic and social community for students who have proven themselves academically. Scholarships A wide range of scholarships are available to new and continuing students based on merit and financial need. Clubs More than 40 student clubs cover academic, athletic and recreational pursuits ranging from pastry arts and pre-veterinary toEnvironment A 782-acre campus set paintball and outing club.in New York’s picturesque SchoharieCounty. The village of Cobleskill is a small Sports The Fighting Tigers are Additional Photography: John Bagdovitz, and Dick Danielsencollege town dating back to 1752 with an among the largest and most diversearray of historic sites and museums. The northeastern athletic programs, withstate capital of Albany and the larger varsity teams competing in NCAAcollege town of Oneonta are just 40 Division III.minutes away. Recreation Nearby parks, lakes,Students 2,600 men and women streams, mountain trails and skistudents from 17 states and areas offer many outdoor activities,11 countries. in addition to the fitness center, and equestrian center. Plus dozensFaculty 105 full-time faculty, student of intramural sports.faculty ratio —21 to 1. Library The 550-seat library includes Primary Photography: John OberlanderPrograms The College consists of conference rooms, a multi-mediathree schools: Liberal Arts and room and computer stations, givingSciences, Agriculture and Natural students a comfortable place to study.Resources, and Business. Each schooloffers courses for bachelor’s and Support Academic assistance isassociate degrees. available to students at The Center for Academic Support and Excellence.Classes An average class size of Design: Oberlander Group25 puts SUNY Cobleskill closer Residence Halls Ten residence halls,to standards set by small, private offering coed and single genderliberal arts colleges than traditional living; wired for internet access,state colleges and universities. cable TV and telephone.
    • getting hereBy CarFrom Western New York (Buffalo,Rochester and Syracuse) take NYSThruway (Interstate 90 east) to exit 29at Canajoharie. Proceed south on route10 to Cobleskill. Follow signs tocampus.From Binghamton or Albany areas takeInterstate 88 to Cobleskill (exit 21).Follow signs to campus.From Watertown, take Interstate 81south to Syracuse then follow abovedirections from Western New York.From Plattsburgh, take Interstate 87south to Albany; proceed west onInterstate 90 west to exit 25A; followInterstate 88 to Cobleskill (exit 21).Follow signs to campus.From New York City and Long Island,take NYS Thruway (Interstate 87)north to Albany, then Interstate 90west to exit 25A and Interstate 88to Cobleskill, exit 21. Follow signsto campus.Directions from other locations areavailable by going to mapquest.com orrandmcnally.com.By AirAlbany International Airport is serviceddaily by many major airlines. Rentalcars are available at the terminal.SUNY Cobleskill is approximately onehour from the airport.Contact the Albany InternationalAirport at (518) 242-2200 or atalbanyairport.com/3/welcome.html
    • for more infoTo contact the Officeof Admissions, call:518-255-5525or 1-800-295-8988Email us at:admissions@cobleskill.eduVisit our website at:www.cobleskill.eduThe College Personal Safety TaskForce will provide upon request allcampus crime statistics as reportedto the United States Department ofEducation. Campus crime statisticsare available at the University Policewebsite, www.cobleskill.edu/UPDand at the U.S. Department of SUNY Cobleskill is committedEducation website: to Affirmative Action and Equalhttp://ope.ed.gov/security/. Opportunity and does not discrimi-The designated campus contact for nate on the basis of race, color,providing campus crime statistics for religion, sex, national origin, age,the college is the Chief of University veteran status, disability, maritalPolice 518-255-5317. status or sexual orientation.
    • suny suny cobleskill cobleskillsuny cobleskill Office of Admissions State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology Cobleskill, NY 12043 518-255-5525 1-800-295-8988 admissions@cobleskill.edu www.cobleskill.edu