Fast Facts

Colonial Quad

Colonial Quad is one of several housing communities located at the Uptown Campus. Four of the quad communities have highrise towers offering stunning views of the area mountain ranges.

Fast Facts

Founded:   1844

Location:

 

Albany, NY - Capital of New York State
135 miles north of New York City

Enrollment:

 

12,819 undergraduate and 4,521 graduate students from across the United States and 96 countries

Alumni:

 

162,000+ living alumni across every state and more than 115 countries

Personnel:

 

1,000+ world-class faculty

Programs:

 

118 undergraduate majors and minors; 138 master's, doctoral, and graduate certificate programs

Recognition:

 

Tuition and Financial Aid 2013-2014:

  • Undergraduate
    NYS residents: $5,870 - Out-of-state residents: $16,190
  • Graduate
    NYS residents: $9,870 - Outt-of-state residents: $18,350

Trivia

3   Number of UAlbany campuses – Uptown (main), Downtown, East

7,200

 

Students living on campus during the school year

200+

 

Clubs and student organizations

500+

 

Study abroad opportunities in 50+ countries, from Antarctica to Tanzania

6+

 

Number of dining halls on the Uptown Campus, plus more than 14 additional dining options ranging from sushi to donuts

1,248

 

Number of columns on the Uptown Campus

1923

 

Year the Student Association, our undergraduate student government, was founded. SA represents the interests of the student body, as well as organizes activities ranging from The World Within Reach Speakers Series to the ParkFest concert series.

School Pride DamienMinerva

Motto:   The World Within Reach

Colors:

 

Purple & Gold

Mascot:

 

Great Dane, nicknamed Damien

Symbol:

 

Minerva

Alma Mater:

 

"College of the Empire State"

Fight Song:

 

"Purple and Gold"

Team Spirit UAlbany Sports

Athletics:   19 teams at the NCAA Division I Intercollegiate level; Conferences: America East Conference, Colonial Athletic Association (football), Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (women's golf)

Find Us

Website: http://www.albany.edu/