ALBANY, N.Y. (May 2, 2017) — Leaders from SUNY Cobleskill and the University at Albany today announced the establishment of 33 program-to-program agreements across a broad spectrum of disciplines to provide seamless opportunities for students to continue their studies.

The programs, in areas such as liberal arts and sciences, human development, criminal justice, education, journalism, social welfare, art, music, political science and public administration and policy, allow students taking course credits in identified majors to transfer fluidly from SUNY Cobleskill to the University at Albany.

“These articulation agreements provide clear pathways for our graduates to continue their studies in parallel programs at the University at Albany,” said SUNY Cobleskill President Marion A. Terenzio.

SUNY Cobleskill President Marion Terenzio and University at Albany Interim President James Stellar sign 33 new articulation agreements on Tuesday, May 2 at SUNY Cobleskill.

SUNY Cobleskill President Marion Terenzio and University at Albany Interim President James Stellar sign 33 new articulation agreements on Tuesday, May 2 at SUNY Cobleskill.

“We are delighted to partner with SUNY Cobleskill to increase opportunities for their graduates to continue their studies,” said University at Albany Interim President James Stellar. “By establishing these connections, we will be able to provide a seamless transition for students who seek to continue their studies in a wide array of high-demand fields.”

For students with associate degrees who meet admission requirements in selected programs, the agreements provide pathways for SUNY Cobleskill graduates to pursue bachelor’s degree programs in several high-need areas, including through UAlbany’s College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity, as well as the School of Education’s human development program. These new opportunities show the expanding offerings on both campuses to offer students academically rigorous programs within the SUNY system.

“These new articulation agreements provide us with an important opportunity to work collaboratively with SUNY Cobleskill to provide all of our students transfer pathways in unique subject areas,” said Jeanette Altarriba, Vice Provost and Dean for Undergraduate Education at UAlbany. “Our pathways include programs that are housed within the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Criminal Justice, the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy, and the School of Social Welfare. These inaugural agreements are just the start of our partnership and collaboration with Cobleskill, as our aim is to continue to expand and grow these opportunities over the next several years for the mutual benefit of all of our students.”

Nearly 40 students from SUNY Cobleskill have transferred to the University at Albany in recent years, and this agreement will strengthen the collaborative relationship between the two campuses. Transfer students at the University at Albany make up a third of the incoming class each year, and around 50 percent of the University’s graduating class.


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About SUNY Cobleskill

With an emphasis on experiential education, SUNY Cobleskill prepares students for successful careers, advanced studies, and engaged citizenship. SUNY Cobleskill is an accredited, baccalaureate, residential college, with a rich academic tradition that spans 100 years. Today, more than 2,500 students are enrolled in the 56 baccalaureate and associate degree programs offered through two schools – the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the School of Business and Liberal Arts and Sciences. Students live and learn on a modern, 902-acre campus that features outstanding educational facilities, including a contiguous farm with an equestrian center and 200-cow dairy facility, cold and warm water fish hatcheries, a USDA-approved meat lab, 14 greenhouses and a conservatory, specialized classrooms and laboratories, two state-of-the-art culinary arts teaching kitchens, a student-run restaurant, child development and child care centers, a new Design Center and an art gallery. More information on SUNY Cobleskill can be found at Cobleskill.edu.

About the University at Albany

A comprehensive public research university, the University at Albany-SUNY offers more than  120 undergraduate majors and minors and 125 master’s, doctoral, and graduate certificate programs.  UAlbany is a leader among all New York State colleges and universities in such diverse fields as atmospheric and environmental sciences, business,  criminal justice, emergency preparedness, engineering and applied sciences, informatics, public administration, social welfare, and  sociology taught by an extensive roster of faculty experts. It also offers expanded academic and research opportunities for students through an affiliation with Albany Law School. With a curriculum enhanced by 600 study-abroad opportunities, UAlbany launches great careers.