SUNY Fredonia

SUNY Fredonia

FREDONIA, NEW YORK
Founded in 1826

With one of the highest four-year graduation rates in the US, SUNY Fredonia really does live up to its motto ‘Where success is a tradition’. Completely dedicated to supporting its students in terms of academic guidance and career services, the SUNY Fredonia team is committed to helping students succeed.

Programs Available

  • Bachelor's Degrees
  • Master's Degrees

Number of Students

5,100

Site Url

www.fredonia.edu

SUNY’s personal approach to learning gives students a unique advantage – preparing them for the real world. With small classes and individual attention, students are often invited to collaborate on professors’ research and creative activities. In addition to obtaining conditional admissions to SUNY Fredonia, EC’s on-campus center gives students the unique opportunity to combine English language learning with an all-American university lifestyle, thorough preparation for university education, and a direct route into SUNY Fredonia and the entire US university system.

Entry Requirements

  • Online Application and payment of $50 application fee
  • Copy of Passport
  • Official Transcripts
  •      - Original and English Translations
  • Graduation Certificate/Diploma
  • Certification of Finances
  •       - SUNY International Student Financial Form
          - Must show proof of $32,000
  • Additional Requirements May Vary for Different Departments


  • TOEFL Equivalent Required - 79 iBT

    Are Scanned Documents Accepted for Conditional Admissions? YES

    SACM Approved? YES

    Accommodation Options

    International students are required to live on-campus housing for the first two years of study. There are also a number of affordable apartment options directly next to campus.

    Ranking Accreditation

    SUNY Fredonia is ranked #60 by U.S. News & World Report in the Regional Universities (North) category. SUNY Fredonia has also been named one of the “25 Best College Values Under $30,000 a Year” by the editors of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine, coming in at #13.

    SUNY Fredonia is fully accredited by the Board of Regents of the State University of New York and by The Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Additionally, the Business Administration and Accounting programs of the University is pursuing accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB International).

    Transfers Available

    As a member of the SUNY system, credits from SUNY Fredonia will transfer to any college or university within the 64-member system. Fredonia’s undergraduate cooperative engineering program partners with such institutions as Columbia, Cornell, and Ohio state, with students ending up with degrees from both Fredonia and the partner.