The key to accessing one’s residence hall, meal plan, various campus services and vending machines among other amenities, is the UAS SUNYCard. To attain this card at the UAS SUNYCard desk in the Campus Center, the student must have a photo taken which provides positive identification when using.
In many UAlbany classrooms the ability to share knowledge and experience among students comes from diverse student populations and small classroom sizes giving an advantageous student to teacher ratio.
UAlbany honored two seniors (Margarita Rosario #3 and Sarah Royals #4) for their outstanding careers on Senior Day at the SEFCU Arena. In the final game of their regular season, the Great Danes dominated the University of Vermont 76-48, the fourth consecutive year they have finished with at least a share of the America East Conference Championship.
The UAlbany Campus Center is a hub of activity for students and faculty with meeting rooms, eateries, recreational facilities and areas for student organizations to disseminate information and recruit members.
SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher announces the 2014 Albany Promise Report Card to highlight the success of the past year's Albany Promise initiative. Albany Promise is a regional, cross-sector partnership where the University at Albany, SUNY and community leaders come together to support a shared cradle to career education vision for area children from elementary into high school and on to college.
The UAlbany Confucius Institute and the Albany Chinese Community Center hosts a talent show at the Performing Arts Center for UAlbany faculty, staff and students along with the local community to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
UAlbany center Richard Peters squares for the ceremonial tip against 11 year-old JP Honsinger, a member of the men's basketball team who is battling Niemann-Pick Type C disease (NPC). The Great Danes honored Honsinger on February 20th and notched a win over Hartford (70-64).
An art student works on a welded steel construction at the Boor Sculpture Studio. Occupied in 2002, the Boor Sculpture Studio is well equipped, houses fourteen graduate students with studio spaces and provides undergraduate students with classes in both traditional and emerging media. The design and flexibility of the building facilitates students' ability to create using a variety of techniques and processes, including film, video, sculpture, and digital processing.
Members of UAlbany Field Hockey were honored recently at the SEFCU Arena during a basketball doubleheader vs UMass Lowell. The Great Danes made national headlines with their historic run to the NCAA Final Four before dropping a hard fought 1-0 decision to defending champion UCONN.
Young fans danced before the start of the second half of the Women's Basketball game between Binghamton and UAlbany, part of Commitment to Education Day. The Great Danes cruised past the Bearcats 75-53 to maintain their hold on first place in the America East Conference.
Actors from WAM Theater rehearse before a presentation of "Emilie: La Marquise Du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight". Each year, the staff of the UAlbany Performing Arts Center selects performances to augment and complement the offerings of the Departments of Music and Theatre. Often, these professional companies are on campus for several days sharing their artistic work and vision.
Congressman Paul Tonko observes a live enrollment in health insurance by UAlbany Navigator, Katie Merrill, 2nd year MSW student as she helps Brandon Bissell-Evans, UAlbany alumni, navigate and enroll on the NYS of Health Marketplace. This live enrollment highlighted the importance of enrollment in health insurance and the step by step help a UAlbany Navigator can provide to each customer.
UAlbany's point guard Evan Singletary drives to the basket in Saturday's game vs UMass Lowell, part of the annual Big Purple Growl and Ferocious Feast. The Great Danes remained perfect in the America East Conference, moving to 11-0 with a 69-59 victory.
A UAlbany student poses for a "selfie" with Laverne Cox, an advocate for transgender rights and a critically acclaimed actress starring in the Netflix blockbuster "Orange is the New Black". Cox was on campus to kick off Sexuality Week at the University at Albany with the talk “Ain’t I a Woman” held at the Performing Arts Center's Main Theater.
Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan and Lisa R. Harris, Senior Counsel to the NYS Senate Majority Republican Conference, chat with two UAlbany students during “Elect Her: UAlbany Women Win”, a recent forum for young women contemplating running for office at the University level and beyond. UAlbany was chosen as one of fifty college and university campuses to host Elect Her sessions during the 2014-2015 academic year in partnership with the American Association of University Women and Running Start.
Distinguished soprano Martha Herr and guitarist Jason Holt Mitchell perform under the beautiful lights of UAlbany's Recital Hall during the 2015 New Music and Culture Symposium hosted by the Department of Music and Theatre.
UAlbany senior Stephanie Jones gives blood during a recent blood drive held in the Campus Center Ballroom. The Blood Drive is sponsored by the NY/Penn Region Chapter of the American Red Cross and holds monthly blood drives in the Campus Center as well as in the four Quads on the main campus.
Harsha Perera ’15, of 5Quad Volunteer Ambulance Service, introduces ‘Hands Only’ CPR to Rebecca Andersen ’15 and Jana Kilgallon ’15 as part of an effort to become recognized as a HEARTSafe Campus by the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation.