Here’s a tool to help map out your 4-year plan to graduation.
Fill in the courses you’ve taken and the ones you want to take and it calculates the credits.
Thinking about a Job or an Internship? The Career Resource Center, located in Humanities 105, is a great tool to keep in mind ! Continue reading
ATTENTION Juniors & Seniors
Communication and Digital Media and Journalism majors are invited to join the SUNY New Paltz Alpha Alpha Delta Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta. Continue reading
Spring 2022 Equipment Borrowing Sign In And Out is from 10:30am – 4:00pm and 4:30 pm – 6:00pm Monday – Friday.
Equipment Borrowing Begins Monday, February 7th, 2022, and concludes on Friday, May 6th , 2022 All Equipment Borrowed Must Be Returned at the Designated Time and Day
Sign In and Sign Out is by Reservation Only **There is a late fee system in effect as of January 2021.The fee for late items is $2 per day per item. Students may be fined up to $800 for lost/damaged equipment. You will not be able to register for classes, get transcripts, or receive your grades until the fine is paid.**
There is also a late fee system in place. The late fee is $2 per day per item until the equipment is returned. Lost/Damaged equipment may result in up to $800 in fines. The late fee system is a hold on your academic account.
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19.When you arrive, call 257-3683 first. We must mitigate risk of spreading COVID-19. When we are ready for you, we will let you enter.
20.Equipment may be borrowed for three academic days. If you do not return the equipment on time, you will receive an email stating you must do so by a certain date and time to avoid a financial penalty. The monetary cost will be $2.00 per item per day for late items and up to $800 per item for lost/broken equipment.
If you are a Junior or Senior, it’s time to think about possibly joining the New Paltz chapter of Lambda Pi Eta – the National Communication Association’s Honor Society (Open to all majors in the Department of Communication and Department of Digital Media and Journalism). To qualify for membership in the Alpha Alpha Delta Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, you must: Continue reading
Attention Journalism majors: Ask your advisor about The Ottaway Seminar, a course offered each spring that features a nationally known visiting journalist who shares their expertise and experience and teaches students about the problems and issues that face reporters and the press. Former professors have included foreign correspondents, literary journalists, photo journalists and high-ranking editors.
In Spring 2022, the James H. Ottaway Sr. Endowed Professorship will be taught by Bart Gellman, Staff Writer for The Atlantic. He will be teaching a seminar titled the Literature of Fact. In order to take this course, students must be a junior or senior journalism major. Continue reading