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State University of New York at New Paltz was founded in 1828. University campus is located on 257 acres set in the beautiful Hudson River Valley, settled next to one of the nation's oldest streets with its original houses just blocks from campus. It contains 39 non-residence buildings and 14 residence halls.
The total enrollment of the University is around 8,250. Student-to-Faculty ratio is 15:1. 83% of faculty hold a doctor or terminal degree.
The Universityis a comprehensive, regional college conferring both the baccalaureate and master degrees. Besides, pre-doctoral certification in Educational Supervision and Administration is offered. SUNY consists of the Schools of Education, Fine and Performing Arts, Business, Science and Engineering, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. There are 100 undergraduate and 50 graduate programs offered at New Paltz.
Haggerty English Language Program is an intensive language program with four levels of instruction, with classes beginning in late August, late January, and July. The program is a part of the State University of New York at New Paltz, so the students enjoy all the privileges available to all the university students on campus. Students in the HELP program can take university courses while studying in the advanced levels, giving them a quick start to their undergraduate or graduate degrees. Conditional admission is also available to SUNY New Paltz.
HELP program helps students to get a great education and have a wonderful time in the U.S.
There are four levels of instruction. The courses emphasize practical usage of English and academic preparation. At each of our four levels (from elementary to academic preparation classes), four classes are offered: Reading and Writing; Listening and Speaking; Grammar; Special Topics (culture or special language topics, such as TOEFL prep, pronunciation, etc.). All of the teachers have advanced degrees in Teaching English as a Second Language.
Summer, 3 weeks - $1950
Summer, 5 weeks - $3600
Fall/Spring semesters, 17 weeks - $9350