Post-Star Staff Report
QUEENSBURY – The SUNY Adirondack Board of Directors voted to freeze tuition fees for the 2021-2022 academic year and eliminate three fees.
“This pandemic has hit low-income residents in our area the hardest, making the thought of starting college or going back to school daunting for many,” said Kristine Duffy, President of SUNY Adirondack, in a statement. hurry.
The 2020-2021 semester rates for full-time New York State residents will remain at $ 2,472 and $ 206 per credit for students taking less than 12 credit hours.
The college has also eliminated registration, identification and development fees.
“We are committed to keeping SUNY Adirondack – already one of the best values in the state – affordable,” Rob Palmieri, vice president of enrollment and student affairs, said in a press release.
Room and board will also remain at last year’s rates of $ 4,175 for a double room in the dorm and $ 5,340 for a single room, with meal plans ranging from $ 1,925 to $ 2,280. per semester.
The campus will reopen in full in the fall, with classes offered in person. Some courses will be online or in a hybrid option for those who prefer distance learning and flexibility. Social and educational programs will also revert to in-person events on campus.