SUNY Cobleskill led all SUNY campuses in One Love Foundation’s annual “Around the World: Yards for Yeardley” walk/run in 2018, racking up more than 2.2 million yards.
Coby Quest, an initiative for underclassmen to develop and refine leadership skills, awards badges to students to mark progress in the areas of leadership development, civic engagement, career readiness, and diversity, equity and inclusion.
SUNY Cobleskill’s CIHS dual enrollment programs, including Ag PTECH, transition qualified high school students into degree programs. SUNY Cobleskill currently partners with 26 high schools in NY to offer 31 unique courses.
SUNY Cobleskill partners with Cornell on the Applied Plant Science Education Collaborative, aligning degree opportunities for students at both schools.
SUNY Cobleskill’s Dairy Judging Team won first and second place in the dairy judging contest at the prestigious 178th Royal Highland Show, held in Scotland.
The combined EPA and Department of Defense Environmental Security Technology Certification Program funds a $1.6 million grant for SUNY Cobleskill to continue developing its rotary gasifier. The grant allows the College to build and test a gasifier protoype at West Point, advancing technology to the renewable energy sector.
With a common mission and vision for academic excellence, including mandatory library and peer-monitored study hours, the reintroduction of Greek Life promotes healthy student engagement.
The Institute for Rural Vitality exponentially increases our ability to build and nurture partnerships. Through its mission, to engage the substantial resources of SUNY Cobleskill in collaboration with regional partners to enhance community and economic vitality in rural NY, the Institute enriches our region and its citizens. It has been recognized as a national exemplar by AASCU.
The NIC has visited SUNY Cobleskill on two occasions, highlighting the College’s reputation as a community of forward-thinkers and an inviting forum for shared dialogue.
An NPR piece about SUNY Cobleskill’s research on disease-resistant hops gained national attention, showcasing our biotechnology students working to support the return of hops agriculture to NY.