Students who choose SUNY Old Westbury join a campus where the focus is on their success. Our small classes, exciting campus activities, real-world internship and other experiences, and more are all geared to helping you become who and what you want to be.
Fall '21 Open House
Saturday, November 13
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
SUNY Old Westbury's Open House provides prospective students with information and resources regarding their area of interest, an overview of our admissions process, and campus tours — but more importantly, it offers you a unique opportunity to connect with the people of our College. All who attend this in-person event must wear masks throughout their visit to campus. Additionally, attendance is being capped to ensure safe distancing so act quickly to secure your space!
Making the transition from high school to college is easy at SUNY Old Westbury. Ours is a test-optional campus, so you can choose to share your SAT or ACT, it's up to you.
Those who have already attended another college -- whether a community college or another four-year institution -- bring distinctive experiences that we welcome to the life and activity of our campus.
Looking to get ahead in your career? Changing to a new one? SUNY Old Westbury has programs in accounting, education, liberal studies, data science, and mental health counseling. You can start with a micro-credential, take a certificate program, or pursue a master's degree.
The best way to experience our campus is to visit. The next best way is explore our Virtual Tour. Here you will get a sense of what our academic spaces look and feel like. You'll also be able to see our residence halls, athletic facilties, and more.
The Educational Opportunity Program is designed to improve the access and retention of low-income and first-generation college students from the State of New York.
Our serene, secure campus just 20 miles from the heart of New York City provides a nearly one-of-a-kind opportunity for those looking to study in the U.S.
You already started your studies at SUNY Old Westbury but had to stop? No problem, Panthers who previously attended Old Westbury and want to finish their degree are welcome to return.
Want to take a course but not planning to earn an Old Westbury degree? Then join us as a non-degree student.