Ulster County Community College

491 Cottekill Rd, Stone Ridge, NY 12484

School Details

In addition to attending classes on campus, students also have the option of participating in an online learning program.  Online learning is a convenient option for students desiring a more flexible format, and is ideal for students with a busy schedule, since coursework can be done at any time that is convenient to the student.  The types of students that typically choose to enroll in online courses include home schooled students, working adults, adults that have family obligations, military personnel students enrolled at other colleges who are trying to accelerate their degree completion or seeking to complete a requirement.
In addition to its academic offerings, SUNY Ulster also has services available to students to help them stay on course with their studies.  These services are free to students and exist to help students get the most from their education.  The student services offered by SUNY Ulster include:

  • Career and job services
  • Academic coaching for educational success
  • Personal counseling
  • Peer tutoring
  • Learning center
  • Services and accommodations for students with disabilities
  • Times2: The Math Place
  • Trio/student support services
  • The Writing Center
Special admissions programs exist at SUNY Ulster and offer scholarships that pay for full tuition and give high school students the chance to take college classes and enable students with the ability to develop college readiness skills by presenting them with intellectual challenges.  The available special admissions programs include:
  • Honors studies
  • Intermediate studies
  • Fresh start
  • Reaching Independence through Supportive Education
  • Early college program
  • College scholars program
  • Collegian program
SUNY offers cultural events and has campus clubs and organizations available for students wishing to enhance their college experience outside of the classroom.

SUNY Ulster contributes to economic development in the local area by serving as a job training, advising and community and educational partner.  Not only does SUNY Ulster contribute to the local economy, but also to regional and statewide economy.

The cost of attending SUNY Ulster as a full time student residing in New York is $2,065 per semester and $4,130 per semester for out of state students.  Tuition for part time students residing in New York is $149 per credit and $298 per credit for out of state residents.  Financial aid options including loans, grants, scholarships, veterans benefits and employment are available to assist students with the cost of attending SUNY Ulster.




School Overview:

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    Public, 2-year
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  • Highest Level Of Offering:
    Associate's degree
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