SUNY Canton Final Fall Open House Includes Instant Decisions


Admissions Open House - November 13SUNY Canton welcomes prospective students and their families to their final Open House of the semester Saturday, Nov. 13, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Visitors can take a tour, meet with faculty, and speak with admissions and financial aid representatives. Those who want to maximize their time on campus can also submit an application and transcript to receive an instant decision.

“Not only can guests see our incredible new facilities on campus and learn about our recently developed programs, but they can also submit their paperwork to receive an acceptance decision that day,” said Executive Director of Enrollment Melissa J. Evans.

First-year students interested in receiving an instant review must bring a high school transcript, and transfer students are required to bring their college transcripts.

The campus tour itinerary includes a visit to Dana Hall, which reopened this fall and is home to the Center for Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Cybersecurity. The $10 million investment includes state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories and other learning spaces. Guests will also get a glimpse at the new Esports Wing, a one-of-a-kind living environment for students who are interested in competitive video gaming.

Evans noted that small tour groups and staggered appointments will be used to reduce density. All visitors are required to wear a mask and are encouraged to register in advance.

About SUNY Canton

Discover SUNY Canton, where innovation meets opportunity. The college’s career-focused educational programs emphasize hands-on and applied learning opportunities in digital design, engineering technology, health, information technology, management, public service, and veterinary technology. Faculty members bring real-world experience and exceptional academic expertise to the classroom. As a leader in online education, SUNY Canton offers unmatched flexibility with hundreds of courses and 23 comprehensive degree programs offered completely online. The SUNY Canton Kangaroos compete at the NCAA Division III level and will be transitioning to the SUNYAC in Fall 2024. In addition to its 15 traditional teams, SUNY Canton offers coed varsity esports and cheerleading.