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Some people call those bumps in the road of life “challenges.” We like to think of them as “opportunities.” Our goal at SUNY Plattsburgh is for you to have a positive experience in all aspect of college life while preparing to be successful at meeting those unexpected opportunities in your future careers.
Supporting you…connecting you…and making sure you succeed academically are our priorities when you come to SUNY Plattsburgh. We have many services available to help you discover your learning style, hone your study skills or assess your needs as a student so you can be successful.
Our faculty and staff are ready to answer your questions, provide guidance, or just to talk about your future. That’s something we are big on. But, for you to succeed, it essential for us to know when you need help. Don’t be afraid to ask.
The Academic Advising Office is here to help you achieve academic and personal success, stay on track with your degree requirements, and keep you well informed of academic policies that apply to you.
The Career Development Center offers a wide range of services, resources, and programs to educate students and design a 4-year plan, from your first semester as a freshman to your senior year.
The Claude J. Clark Learning Center offers free tutoring in many subjects and is a central place on campus for students to study and get together with others to work on group projects.
The Center for Student Health and Psychological Services offers a myriad of services including a walk-in clinic, psychological counseling, nutritional advice, educational programs and more.
Benjamin F. Feinberg Library is a comprehensive center for academic resources for students, faculty and staff needing assistant for their projects. The library is replete with reference services, computers and computer-enhanced study carrels, classrooms, and of course, our expert librarians.
Student Support Services (SSS) is staffed by caring and committed professionals whose mission is to provide qualified students (physically challenged or learning disabled) with services, free of charge, designed to help them succeed in college.
The Admissions Office is located on the 10th floor of the Kehoe Building.
Phone: (518) 564-2040
Toll-free: (888) 673-0012
Fax: (518) 564-2045
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901