We are thrilled that Governor Cuomo has made affordable higher education a priority for his administration and we look forward to working with our students to ensure a smooth transition as the program is phased in over the next few years.
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A powerful new play, “Prisoners of Hope,” by J. Allen Fitz-Gerald will be presented at SUNY Potsdam’s Performing Arts Center on Sunday, April 9 at 7 p.m.
Due to continued inclement weather, SUNY Potsdam is cancelling all evening classes (classes that begin after 4 p.m.) on Wednesday, March 15. This includes classes hosted at the Watertown Extension Center.
The St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office and the Office of Emergency Services have announced a travel advisory which is currently in effect for all of St. Lawrence County until 11 a.m., March 15. For this reason, SUNY Potsdam is cancelling daytime classes (beginning before 4 p.m.) for Wednesday, March 15.
Due to inclement weather, SUNY Potsdam is cancelling all classes beginning at 2 p.m. and later, on Tuesday, March 14. This includes classes hosted at the Watertown Extension Center.
SUNY Potsdam Dancers work with Clarkson University Physical Therapy Students During an Injury Prevention Workshop
Clarkson University Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students have teamed up with SUNY Potsdam's Department of Theatre & Dance this semester to help dancers learn to prevent small injuries from becoming bigger problems.
Twenty years ago, undergraduate students were not invited by university faculty members to participate in mathematics research.
SUNY Potsdam recently donated 25 comfort bags for victims and survivors of sexual and interpersonal violence to St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House.
SUNY Potsdam Teams Up With St. Lawrence College and Mohawk Council of Akwesasne For New Degree Program
New Program Creates Opportunities for Indigenous Students to Earn Bachelor’s Degrees in Archaeological Studies
SUNY Potsdam is preparing to welcome its 200th class of new incoming students this fall, as the College’s bicentennial continues. Founded as the St. Lawrence Academy, the College’s first classes commenced in September 1816.
Alexandra Jacobs Wilke