Class of 2019
The University at Albany will launch its 2015-16 academic year by welcoming an academically-talented incoming freshman class of more than 2,540 students from an applicant pool of more than 22,300 -- the largest number ever received by the University.
We attract the best minds on the planet
National Science Foundation major research instrumentation award to Geography and Planning's Alexander Buyantuev will bring fresh insights into the effects of climate change, urbanization and wind farms.
Excellence at a Great Value
When the fall semester at the University at Albany commences on Wednesday, Aug. 26, the campus community will return to a number of improvements designed to enhance their UAlbany experience.
President Robert J. Jones today welcomed the Class of 2019 at the University's inaugural Opening Convocation ceremony, imploring students to become engaged members of the learning community, be curious about what they don't yet understand, and take advantage of the high level of diversity on the UAlbany campus.
Prepare to Make a Difference
The Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences recently hosted a weather camp for students in grades 9-11 from Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Watervliet and Rensselaer.
#UAlbanySummer Photo Gallery
From the forests of Chile to the halls of Congress in Washington D.C., University at Albany students are gaining practical and professional experience this summer through a variety of opportunities, including internships, study abroad, volunteer work and research assistantships.