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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.


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


Credit Enrollment (Fall 2021-2022): 3,841
Full-time: 1974 (51.4%)
Part-time: 1867 (48.6%)

Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity
White: 44.8%
Hispanic: 21.4%
Black or African American: 14.1%
Asian: 2.3%
Two or more races: 2.6%
Amer Indian or Alaska Native: <1%
Nat. Hawaiian/Pac Islander: <1%
Unknown/Not Reported: 14.4%

Enrollment by Gender
Female: 61.8% / Male: 37.9% / Did Not Report: 0.3%

Full-time: 388 / Part-time: 498

Budget (2021-22): $62,958,098
34.9% Student Tuition
30.3% Orange County
20.2% State Aid
6.2% Other
8.4% Federal HEERF funds

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

Financial Aid Distribution (2020-21)
New York State: $2,287,036
Federal: $14,354,013
Scholarships: $450,000+

Middletown campus
Newburgh campus

Degrees and Certificate
View our Degree Communities here