Student Success is embedded in our efforts to empower students to achieve academic and career success. SUNY Old Westbury's commitment to the success of students extends across campus in the form of supports and services geared to help every student excel and earn the degree that's right for them.
First-Year Experience is about about connections: connecting you to your professors, to academic and student life, to your peers, and to your community.
Sophomore year is a pivotal one. Sophomore Jump helps with the transition to your major-related coursework, in identifying career options, and in planning for the rest of our SUNY Old Westbury experience.
Transfer Student Services
Easing entry to campus for those who have studied elsewhere is the focus for Transfer Student Services. Get assistance with pre-transfer advising, credit evaluation and more.
SUNY Old Westbury is proud to welcome many who are the first in their families to attend college. Our First Generation Resources are available to help smooth your path in getting to SUNY Old Westbury and excelling once your here.
The Academic Advising Center works with students and faculty advisors to make sure you have the information you need to build your course schedule and have a clear picture of how to achieve your degree.
Experience is a great teacher. Build a relationship with a peer mentor - a students who has traveled the path you are traveling in your major, on campus, and in life.
Students With Disabilities
The Office of Services for Students with Disabilities collaborates across campus to ensure that all aspects of academic and student life are inclusive and accessible to those with substantial limits on one or more major life activities.
Need help brainstorming or organizing your ideas? Want feedback on a draft? Get this assistance and more from the team at the Writing Center.
Math Learning Center
Professional and peer tutors offer free services for student enrolled in the College's math classes.
Enrolled in a math course to meet liberal education requirements and having difficulty? The Math Redesign Lab provides tutoring and support services for students enrolled in lower-level mathematics courses.
Sometimes, college can be hard. Be sure to take advantage high quality, no cost peer tutoring offered for many courses across the College's curriculum. It's a great resource year-round, but especially around mid-terms and finals!
Economic status, challenged prior educational experience and other similar factors should never be a barrier to college. The Education Opportunity Program helps make sure they aren't for eligible New Yorkers.
Boosting retention and graduation rates among eligible students from low-income backgrounds, those who are first-generation college students, and people with disabilities.
Science, Tech and Licensed Fields
The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program supports New Yorkers from under-represented populations or economically disadvantaged backgrounds seeking careers in STEM or in a profession licensed in the state.