SUNY Maritime College educates dynamic leaders for the global marine transportation industry, the business of shipping, engineering, energy, facilities management, finance, the armed forces and public service. Students choose from 11 undergraduate majors, including five ABET-accredited engineering programs, and two master’s degree programs. Located 30 minutes from mid-town Manhattan, students participate in 17 varsity athletic teams and more than 40 clubs and organizations, ROTC options and U.S. Coast Guard license programs. The license program prepares students to navigate, power and operate marine vessels.
Across all of the college’s programs and activities, the hallmark of a SUNY Maritime education is learning by doing. This distinctive, hands-on approach attracts students who roll up their sleeves to prepare for personal and professional success through their studies, extracurriculars and job preparation.
Maritime College is in the second year of implementing its strategic plan, “Charting a New Course.” The plan emerged over the course of 18 months in consultation with stakeholder groups including alumni, industry executives, faculty, staff and corporate recruiters. The plan contains a robust and dynamic series of goals and actions that will prepare the college, its students and the industries we serve for a rapidly changing world.
Maritime College will be recognized as the leading maritime educational institution.
• Academic Excellence – Maritime College is committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, scholarship, and research
• Student-Centeredness – Maritime College is committed to an environment that values student success, development and personal growth
• Integrity – Maritime College is committed to principles of integrity and ethics in all aspects of our operations
• Respect – Maritime College embraces diversity & inclusion, and celebrates the unique contributions of all
• Leadership – Maritime College is committed to providing multiple leadership development opportunities for all students
• Applied Learning – Maritime College programs and majors are infused with hands-on, experiential learning opportunities
• Relevance – Maritime College has an adaptive curriculum that responds to the complex and evolving needs of the maritime industry
REAL WORLD EXCELLENCE
At Maritime College, each academic program emphasizes hands-on experiences that expands classroom learning. Every student chooses to complete credit-bearing professional internships or earn a U.S. Coast Guard license.
Upon graduation, students are prepared to launch their careers.
Get ready to dive into new, exciting experiences at Maritime College. Our learning environment builds inclusive communities through various diversity training programs, events, and creative classroom integration tactics. You’ll stand to meet peers from all different walks of life, engaging in dynamic learning opportunities. Maritime is a place that welcomes and celebrates diversity, offering representation for all voices.
Regulations Protecting Transgender New Yorkers from Discrimination
Learn more about the regulations here.
Safe Space Training for Faculty, Staff, and Students
Maritime College is proud to foster and facilitate Safe Space Training for Faculty, Staff, and separate sessions open to educate the student body. Safe Space was created to support the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Asexual and Intersex (LGBTQQIA) community by providing allies that students can reach out to, while also providing resources for them to refer to.
Maritime College allies are a community that have undergone Safe Space training, and consider themselves open and knowledgeable about LGBTQQIA topics. These allies are representatives for students that identify themselves as LGBTQQIA members. Safe Space trained members may be noticed by the "Rainbow M" Safe Space sticker located in offices. The Safe Space Training program has been on campus since 2014.
The program consists of a training program, which culminates in participants signing a pledge and receiving a sticker to place on their doors, signaling that the space and the person inside welcomes open conversation. Nearly 100 faculty and staff members have completed the training.
To inquire about upcoming training sessions, please email the Assistant Dean of Student Life & Orientation Arianne Romeo at: email@example.com.
National Security Multi Mission Vessel
A Historic Moment for Maritime College
The 2018 federal budget, signed in March, 2018, by President Trump includes $300 million to build a National Security Multi-Mission Vessel to replace the Empire State VI.
After many years of work, our dreams of having a new, purpose-built ship to educate and train the nation's future mariners has come to pass. This news would not have been possible without the consistent staunch support of our elected officials, especially Representative Joe Crowley, Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, and the rest of the New York delegation, as well as the dedication of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson.
Hundreds of Maritime College faculty, staff, alumni and supporters advocated to replace Empire State VI through several letter-writing campaigns. The college thanks each and every individual for playing a part in getting us to this exceptional moment in Maritime's nearly 150-year history.
The college anticipates the nation's first National Security Multi-Mission Vessel will be delivered in time for the 2022 summer sea term.
National Security Multi-Mission VesselWhy a New Training Ship is Needed
Maritime's current training ship, Empire State VI, was built in 1962. It has been used to educate and train Maritime students since 1989.
Of the six training ships in America, Empire State is the oldest and has been in service the longest. It has served us well, and continues to ply the oceans and seas, steered and powered by Maritime students.
But it is time to replace Empire State VI. The ship's technology is aging and stringent environmental regulations are coming that will limit the ship's voyage plans.
Climb Aboard the Empire State VII
The National Security Multi-Mission Vessel - an entirely new design and class of vessel - is optimized to be a training platform and to respond to national disasters. In the past, Empire State VI and the other state maritime academy training ships assisted with relief efforts for hurricanes Katrina, Sandy, Harvey, Irma and Maria. As such, these ships will be equipped with:
Berthing for more than 700 individuals, expandable to house 1,000 people for up to two weeks in times of humanitarian need
Roll-on/roll-off and container storage, with a cargo crane and side ramp for self-loading
A helicopter landing pad
Training spaces, including eight classrooms, a full training bridge, workshops, lab spaces and an auditorium
Thrusters and a flap-type rudder to allow the ship to moor without tugs
National Security Multi-Mission VesselWhere the Ship will Come From
For as long as there has been a need for merchant mariners, there has been a need to teach them. For nearly 150 years, the federal government has supplied the nation's maritime academies with training ships.
Each of the six state maritime academies has its own ship, and all of them are reaching the end of their service lives. The time is coming, especially for the Empire State VI and Massachusetts Maritime Academy's Kennedy, to replace them.
For several years, the leaders of the state maritime academies, elected officials and other advocates have worked together as a coalition to build awareness of and support for this new class of vessel. Thousands of others have joined us in letter-writing campaigns, in outreach to media, and in a variety of other ways.
But our work is not done.
DESIGNING THE NEW NATIONAL SECURITY MULTI-MISSION VESSEL
FY 2018 LETTER OF SUPPORT FOR NSMV PROGRAM
GEN. MCDEW’S “LOSING OUR SEA LEGS”
MARCH 2016 LETTER TO CONGRESS IN SUPPORT OF SHIP FUNDING
SUNY MARITIME APPEAL VIDEO
MISSION, VISION & CORE VALUES
FACTS & FIGURES
OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS
CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE
MIDDLE STATES ACCREDITATION
DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION
NEW TRAINING SHIP STATUS
Student Financial Services comprises expert staff from the Offices of Financial Aid and Student Accounts. Our staff is prepared to offer exceptional customer service and advice about financial aid options.
Pier Side Training (PST) and TOUCHNET - Maritime's New E-Bill Platform
Message to students regarding PST and TOUCHNET
CARES ACT Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)
Message to students regarding HEERF funds.
CARES Act FAQs
Student Accounts Video Presentation
Please view this presentation regarding general student account information:
Financial Aid Video Presentation
Financial Aid Applications
Cost of Attendance
Education Loan Programs
Accept Your Federal Student Loans
We've extended the Freshman Deposit Deadline to June 1!
A Message from Rear Adm. Michael Alfultis, Ph.D., President, SUNY Maritime College
The Future of Maritime - Video Clip
Our Team Is Here For You
The Office of Admissions team is available Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm via Live Chat or you can schedule a Zoom meeting with an individual staff member.
Be sure you are following the Office of Admissions on most major social media platforms:
Virtually "Visit" Us
Virtual Campus Tour
Gabrielle Thompson, '20, "guides" you around campus and gives you all you need to know about SUNY Maritime College at a glance.
Financial Aid Information
Cost & Aid Information
Visit the "Cost & Aid" page to get information regarding financial aid and student billing, including how to apply for aid, how to accept educational loans online, and understanding your student bill. Here, you can also access contact information and connect with a member of the Financial Aid or Student Accounts team directly.
Upcoming Virtual Events
(schedule subject to change)
Thursday, April 2, 7PM - "Next Steps" via Zoom
Recorded Presentation - Presentation Slides
Join the Dean of Admissions and members of the Admissions team to discuss your "Next Steps" to enrollment. This online session, via Zoom, will include a presentation from our Dean of Admissions and an opportunity to ask questions about the enrollment process.
Monday, April 13, 7PM - "Regiment of Cadets" via Zoom
Recorded Presentation - Presentation Slides
Join the Commandant of Cadets and members of the Regimental team to discuss the Regiment of Cadets at SUNY Maritime College. This online session, via Zoom, will include a presentation from our Commandant of Cadets and an opportunity to ask questions about the Regimental lifestyle at SUNY Maritime College. You can also reach the Regiment of Cadets with questions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, April 14, 7PM - Student Panel on Regimental Lifestyle via Instagram Live
Join current SUNY Maritime College Regimental students on Instagram Live as they talk about their student experience. This is an interactive session with current students for incoming students to talk about life at Maritime College and all they have to look forward to as a member of the Regiment of Cadets.
Thursday, April 16, 7PM - Q & A with the Office of Admissions via Zoom
Join the Dean of Admissions and members of the Admissions team for a live Q & A session via Zoom!
Monday, April 20 - International Student Processes via Zoom
Our International Students' team from Admissions & Student Affairs will guide you through the unique process of enrolling as a International Student at SUNY Maritime College. This session will include information about obtaining your student visa among other important topics.
Tuesday, April 21, 7PM - Being a Female at SUNY Maritime College via Instagram Live
Join current SUNY Maritime College female students on Instagram Live as they talk about their student experience. This is an interactive session with current students for incoming students & parents to talk about life at Maritime College.
Wednesday, April 22, 7PM - "Student Life" via Zoom
Join the Dean of Student Affairs and members of the Student Affairs team to discuss student life and involvement at SUNY Maritime College. This online session, via Zoom, will include a presentation from our Dean of Student Affairs and an opportunity to ask questions.
Thursday, April 23, 7PM - Student Panel on Student Life via Instagram Live
Join current SUNY Maritime College students on Instagram Live as they talk about their student experience. This is an interactive session with current students for incoming students to talk about life at Maritime College and all they have to look forward to.
Monday, April 27, 7PM - Alumni Panel via Instagram Live
Join SUNY Maritime College alumni on Instagram Live as they talk about their student experience and where they are now. This is an interactive session with our alumni for incoming students to talk about life after Maritime College.
Tuesday, April 28, 7PM - Student Panel on Academics via Instagram Live
Join current SUNY Maritime College students on Instagram Live as they talk about their academic experience. This is an interactive session with current students for incoming students to talk about the classroom experience at Maritime College.
Thursday, April 30 - Q & A with the Office of Admissions via Zoom
It is the day before the enrollment deposit deadline (for Freshman), last-minute questions? Chat with us! We will have the availability of our team through the business day.
Current SUNY Maritime College students answer the million dollar question, why Maritime?
As an undergraduate, you can pursue one of 10 bachelor’s degrees or an associate degree. Many of our degree programs allow you to pursue a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) deck or engine license, which qualifies you to work onboard a commercial vessel.
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING DEGREE PROGRAMS
Bachelor of Engineering Degree
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMS
Bachelor of Science Degree
International Transportation and Trade
Marine Environmental Science
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAM
Associate of Applied Science.
Marine Technology/Small Vessel Operations
DEGREE CURRICULA 2019-2020
REGIMENT OF CADETS
U.S. COAST GUARD LICENSE
Welcome and congratulations on joining the SUNY Maritime College community, home to over 1,400 on-campus residents. Our mission is to provide safe residential accommodations for our student residents. We want to create a sense of community that encourages development of respect, social responsibility, integrity, ethical leadership, and independence.
Estimated Fall 2020 - Spring 2021 Housing Rates
Please note: Rates are subject to change
Double Occupancy Room Buyout
On-campus housing is limited and is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
Double Occupancy Room Buyout: Depending on the total resident population, the needs of incoming Maritime students and available spaces, students may be offered a “buyout” option. By this, residents may opt to “buyout” the second bed in their room, alleviating them from the chance of having another individual assigned to that space for one semester. This option is only available after the two week room freeze period and comes at an additional cost.
Winter and summer intersessions are charged a daily rate for students that are given approval for extended stay. This year's daily rate is $37.
Summer Intersession is the the time between the end of the Spring semester to the start of Summer Ashore I and the end of Summer of Ashore I to the start of Summer Ashore II. Those periods are not covered in the rate for Summer Ashore I or II.
First week of class
Second week of class
Third week of class
Fourth week of class
Fifth week of class or after
Removal from housing does not mean a student has completed the process of withdrawing from classes or the school. It is the student's responsibility to obtain clearance from all appropriate offices/departments before leaving.
Baylis Hall, First Fl.
Phone: (718) 409-7488
Fax: (718) 409-5567
HOUSING & RESIDENTIAL LIFE
CHECK IN/CHECK OUT PROCEDURES
RESIDENT ADVISOR APPLICATIONS
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE WORK ORDER REQUEST
REGIMENT OF CADETS
Make the most of your education and prepare for your career with help from Career Services.
STUDENTS: Get career advice, and search for the job or internship that will help you go from learner to leader.
ALUMNI: Looking for a new job or to transition in your career? Career Services can help you.
EMPLOYERS: Find people with the skills and talents you need to fill internship or full-time positions.
For more information, please contact Michelle Reina, Career Planning and Development Officer, at 718.409.6079 or email email@example.com.
Hands-on experience gives you more in-depth knowledge of your chosen field and an advantage over the competition as your start your career.
Because of that, it is woven into every aspect of a SUNY Maritime College education.
Our proximity to mid-town Manhattan and our strong connections with industry and businesses there means you have access to a wide variety of credit-granting internship options. As you gain experience and knowledge there, you will also be meeting influential men and women in the business who will help you find your first job and begin to build your professional network.
The Office of Career Services and your faculty will help you find internships. Career Services hosts two annual career fairs and prospective employers regularly come to campus to meet with interested students. The staff will also help you as you build your resume, write a cover letter, and prepare for interviews.
Maritime Students Have Interned With
Carnival Cruise Line
General Dynamics Corporation
New York City Department of Environmental Protection
Onondaga Lake Cleanup
The Port Authority of NY and NJ
U.S. Marine Corps Aviation Logistics
Williams-Mystic Research Program