This college will challenge the mind of any intellectual student that enrolls. The Honors Program at SUNY Orange is much more difficult than many honors high school classes, testing critical thinking and analyzing skills that may have been put by the wayside in high school.
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SUNY Orange has great resources for students ands beautiful new campus in Newburgh, NY. Their admissions process is very spotty, in that it is done in detached segments and no one department knows any of the other steps. Advisors at SUNY Orange are also sub-par and tend to be overwhelmed and ill informed.» Read More
The Newburgh campus has changed quite a bit since the last time I attended classes here. Student/faculty interactions have become more streamlined and pleasant. With the expansion of the campus it eliminates a need to commute to Middletown.» Read More
OCCC is a great college to start off with. It's not like one of those private school where you pay an arm and a leg. And the best part is you have the opportunity to get a great education that can transfer to a grad school if that's what you decide that you would like to do.» Read More
If you are poor and able to ignore students who are not here to learn it is a great school. The problem with it is that half of each freshman class drops out before the semester is over, but not before they are a distraction to everyone else attending.» Read More
The history and anthropology departments are excellent. Use of Rate My Professor is a good way to check out potential instructors - especially in the English and Math departments. Class sizes are small - my experience is 13-25 - which is great.» Read More