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Quick Facts

College Name

While our official name is, and will remain, Orange County Community College, our preference is to be referred to as SUNY Orange.


State University of New York

Orange County Community College (SUNY Orange) is a unit of the State University of New York, and is one of 30 community colleges within the SUNY system.


Degrees and Certificates

SUNY Orange offers three types of degrees: Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science


Campuses and satellites

SUNY Orange operates campuses in Middletown and Newburgh, along with the Sarfatti Education Center in Port Jervis and satellite loations at Warwick Valley High School and Monroe-Woodbury High School.


Accreditation

The College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.


Facts

Credit Enrollment (Fall 2020): 4,511
Full-time: 2,436 (54.0%)
Part-time: 2,075 (46.0%)
Attend Newburgh Campus: 1,261 (25.8%)

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity
White: 44.8%
Hispanic: 26.0%
Black or African American: 14.5%
Asian: 2.3%
Two or more races: 2.8%
Amer Indian or Alaska Native: <1%
Nat. Hawaiian/Pac Islander: <1%
Unknown/Not Reported: 8.9%

Enrollment by Gender
Female: 62.8% / Male: 36.2% / Did Not Report: 0.9%

Employees
Full-time: 403 / Part-time: 385

Budget (2020-21): $62,036,222*
36.9% Student Tuition
30.7% Orange County
20.9% State Aid
12.1% Other
*prepared/adopted prior to any COVID-19 adjustments being known

Tuition (Orange County residents)
Full-time: $2,688 per semester / Part-time: $224 per credit

Financial Aid Distribution (2019-20)
New York State: $2,963,899
Federal: $15,058,351
Scholarships: $380,000

Degree Programs
Associate in Arts
International Studies
Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program
Liberal Arts: Humanities & Social Science

Associate in Science
Accounting
Business Administration
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Engineering Science
Exercise Studies
Human Services
Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program
Liberal Arts: Individual Studies
Liberal Arts & Sciences/Mathematics & Natural Science
Public Health

Associate in Applied Science
Accounting
Architectural Technology
Business Management
Computer Information Technology (CIT) Networking
Criminal Justice-Police
Cybersecurity
Dental Hygiene
Early Childhood Development & Care
Fire Protection Technology
Green Building Maintenance and Management
Marketing
Medical Laboratory Technology
Medical Office Assistant
New Media
Nursing
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Office Technologies
Performing Arts: Music
Physical Therapist Assistant
Radiologic Technology
Visual Communications Tech.: Graphic Arts/Printing

Certificates
Accounting Procedures
Clerical Office Assistant
Early Childhood Development & Care
Law Enforcement/Security
Teaching Assistant

Campuses
Middletown campus
Newburgh campus