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What Students Should Know for Spring 2021

SUNY Orange has developed a "What Students Should Know" document to help students successfuly return to learning for the Spring semester. Learn more.

SUNY Orange began its Spring 2021 semester on Monday, Jan. 25, with a week of fully remote academic instruction in all disciplines (with a few exceptions in nursing and radiologic technology). All remaining courses and lab sessions identified by the College as requiring in-person, on-campus academic instruction (about 15 percent of the overall curriculum) will commence on Monday, Feb. 1.

All students and employees are reminded that you should be using the Campus Clear self-screening app each day that you will be accessing a campus, and you should be prepared to show the green "Good to Go" screen if asked..

Campuses Closed to General Public - Diana P.E. Center operating as a mass vaccination site

SUNY Orange's Middletown and Newburgh campuses and facilities remain closed to the general public. The College's services and operations continue to function mostly remotely. Anyone wishing to conduct business with SUNY Orange for the foreseeable future is asked to do so electronically or via telephone. Public events or gatherings, or use of on-campus facilities, will be prohibited until the College is comfortably able to assure the safety and health of all who enter our teaching, learning and social environments.

The Diana Physical Education Center is being utilized by New York State as a mass vaccination site. For more information, please visit our Diana Center Site Information page.

We urge you to practice social distancing to the best extent that you can and wear a mask in public. Wash your hands often.

We also remind you that, if you feel sick and have symptoms of a virus, you should contact your doctor or healthcare provider. Do not go to your doctor or urgent care without calling first. They can direct you on the proper way to visit their office or how best to address your symptoms at home if they are mild.

Resources Available by Telephone

New York State Department of Health Novel Coronavirus Hotline: 1-888-364-3065 
(staffed during normal working hours, after-hours messages will be returned the next day)

Orange County Department of Health: (845) 291-2330

SUNY Orange Wellness Center: (845) 341-4870