Counseling Office Announcements
SUNY Upstate Open Houses
SUNY Upstate is pleased to announce our upcoming Open Houses for prospective students! Attendees will learn about our degree programs, admissions, financial aid, student life and more. Families, faculty and counselors are welcome to attend!
Undergraduate Programs Open House – Saturday, October 26, 2019 and March 28, 2020
Medical Imaging/Radiography (X-ray), Medical Imaging/Ultrasound, Medical Imaging/BPS CT and MRI (for X-ray Techs), Nursing (entering with an RN), Medical Technology, Medical Biotechnology, Radiation Therapy and Respiratory Therapy
Graduate Programs Open House – Saturday, November 2, 2019 and April 18, 2020
Behavior Analysis Studies (MS), Clinical Perfusion (MS), Nursing (MS, Post-Masters, DNP), Biomedical Research (MS, PhD), MedPrep (MS), Medicine (MD, MD/MPH, MD/PhD), Physical Therapy (DPT), Physician Assistant (MS), and Public Health (MPH)
The PSAT will be administered on Wednesday, October 16, 2019, at 8:00 am at New York Mills Jr./Sr. High School. Students will take a bus to Beekman Gym after morning announcements.
Why take the PSAT?
The PSAT is a great way to prepare for and practice taking the SAT. Juniors may also qualify for scholarship programs based on their scores. Taking the test will also connect students to colleges and universities and assess skill levels and readiness for college and career.
How Do I Register?
Registration will take place in the Counseling Office until September 27th. All juniors are guaranteed an exam until September 21st, at which time sophomores may also register and exams will then be available on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost of the exam is $17and can be paid either by cash or a check made out to New York Mills Jr/Sr High School. Students who receive free or reduced lunch may also be eligible for a fee waiver for the exam. Please see Mrs. Ellis for details.
College Credits for Dual Enrollment
Seniors - College credits earned through dual enrollment with any college or university or earned any other way whiile in high school will not appear on your high school transcript, which includes only high school credits. If you want your intended college to be informed of any college credits earned, you must contact the college through which the credits were earned and request that they send a transcript to your intended college. MVCC transcripts can be requested at www.mvcc.edu/registrar/transcripts.