Stony Brook University unveiled the preliminary details of its SUNY Excels Performance Improvement Plan on Friday, September 18 with highlights that i... Read More
New York is one of the 18 states added this past July to a federal act granting in-state tuition to veterans attending college under the G.I. Bill, sa... Read More
The five SUNY campuses on Long Island made an appeal to the governor’s office for funding on Wednesday when a panel led by SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimph... Read More
Ahead of tomorrow’s meeting of the Board of Trustees, the State University of New York today unveiled a resolution calling for a new base tuition leve... Read More
While Stony Brook University President Samuel Stanley was among the most active lobbyists for the NYSUNY 2020 bill, the final version that passed the ... Read More
Homeland security and public education do not seemingly share the same bed. Yet according to lobbying reports acquired from opensecrets.org, SUNY has ... Read More
The ongoing protests in Egypt have led to the State University of New York pulling its students who were studying at the American University of Cairo, Think has learned.
Are the state’s struggles with a sluggish economy and the decades of tax cuts for the rich solely to blame, or is the university’s top-heavy administration needlessly soaking up funds?