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SUNY Fredonia



EC Quick Facts

Which EC course should I take

  • Intensive Course (30 lessons per week)
  • English for Academic Purposes

TOEFL waiver granted for

No TOEFL score required

Conditional admissions offered for

All undergraduate and select graduate programs

Why SUNY Fredonia?

 The State University of New York at Fredonia has had a long and rich history of academic excellence, dating back to 1826.

Originally one of New York State’s teacher training colleges traditionally specializing in music education, Fredonia became a vital part of the new State University of New York system in 1948.

Today it offers over 100 degree programs in the liberal arts, natural and social sciences, education, mathematics and business. It also features cutting edge programs in the emerging fields of technology, service and communication.
 
Fredonia is consistently ranked among the top universities in the
North by U.S. News and World Report and Princeton Review

Degrees offered
  • Bachelor's Degrees
  • Master's Degrees


Location

280 Central Ave, Fredonia, NY 14063, United States


Application Information

Application deadlines

Early Decision applicants must complete their application by November 1st. 

Please note

 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Conditional Acceptance: All undergraduate and select graduate programs
  • No TOEFL score required
ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS
 
SUNY Alfred offers a variety of on-campus types based off your lifestyle and choice. There are also a number of affordable apartment options directly next to campus.
 
RANKING ACCREDITATION
 
Fully accredited by the Board of Regents of the State University of New York and by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Named a College of Distinction in 2014, achieving national recognition for quality teaching, vibrant community and innovative learning experiences.
 
TRANSFERS AVAILABLE
 
As a member of the SUNY system, credits from SUNY Alfred will transfer to any college or university within the 64-member system.