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ASAP Program Available for Fall 2024

Full-time students in the Business, Criminal Justice and Liberal Arts: Humanities & Social Science degree programs may be eligible to enroll in the Advancing Success in Associate Pathways (ASAP) program for Fall 2024.

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Your Path Begins Here

What is your plan for your future? SUNY Orange can help you find your path. The College is #SOaffordable, #SOappealing and #SOconvenient.

On average, students who attend SUNY Orange for their first two years of college save more than $29,000 when compared to the first two years at a public, four-year in state college. Students can choose from 40 high-quality degree and certificate programs and will learn from professors who are experts in their field.

Our two nearby campuses in Middletown and Newburgh have earned a Grade A for safety from Niche.com and are awaiting you.

  • Your Spring schedule can be online or in-person, or create a blend of both.
  • You may qualify for financial aid and scholarships.
  • The College is Military Friendly and a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI)


New Students

New to SUNY Orange? Whether you are a graduating high school student, an older adult looking to return to the classroom, or seeking to transfer to SUNY Orange from another college or university, we encourage you to visit our Admissions page or apply online above.

Current Students

Visit the Registrar's website for steps to register for the next semester.

Returning Students

If you’ve been away from SUNY Orange for more than two consecutive semesters (excluding summer), you must reapply.

Adult Students

Choosing SUNY Orange will help you to maintain, stay competitive, or advance in your career with methods of instruction that work for you. Learn more.

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To start a degree or certificate program, or to enroll in credit classes, we suggest you apply in plenty of time to allow for taking the Placement Test and completing your New Start requirements before registering for classes.

Once you are accepted, you will receive our checklist for enrolling as a student at SUNY Orange. If you have questions, contact us anytime. We're here to help you take the next step.

General Steps to Enroll

(Based upon your situation, there may be additional tasks required before you may register for classes).

Read the latest Admissions COVID-19 Updates here

Already Started an Application?

Log in to MySUNYOrange finish your application.

Current Students

Visit the Registrar's website for steps to register for the next semester.

High School Students

If you are in high school and would like to take dual credit classes, investigate our Community College in the High School (CCHS) or College Experience Program (CEP) offerings.

Visiting Students

If want to take a small number classes as a Visiting Student at SUNY Orange, please visit the Registrar's webpage for Visiting Students.

International Students

Prospective international students should click here to learn more about the application and admissions processes. Note: All international academic credentials must be evaluated (www.naces.org) before the College will issue an eacceptance..

Ideal Application and Registration Timelines

It is never too early, or too late, to start on your path toward a college degree. The timelines below offer a suggestion on when you might wish to start your application process, based upon the semester in which you hope to begin classes. However, SUNY Orange accepts applications on a rolling basis so you can initiate your application at any time.

Fall classes: Registration begins in April. Apply and start financial aid October-January.
Winter classes: Registration begins in November. Apply and start financial aid November-December.
Spring classes: Registration begins in November. Apply and start financial aid September-October.
Summer classes: Registration begins in November. Apply and start financial aid December-March

Non-Credit Enrichment and Training

For professional development training, HSE classes, enrichment courses, youth programs and more, take advantage of our SUNY Orange + Continuing and Professional Education non-credit programs and classes.