SUNY at Albany, established in 1844, is a research institution with campuses in Albany, Guilderland and Rensselaer, New York. It has around 13,000 undergraduates and a dazzling uptown campus with towers, fountains and wonderful canopy. It has three libraries, a performing arts center and its own art museum that hosts concerts, orchestras, theaters and authors. It has broad ranging study abroad programs, internships and research. Students can take part in a number of clubs and cheer on its Division I athletic teams. The university also offers group exercise classes such as yoga and zumba! For those looking for adventure, the university brings its own wilderness retreat facility to you. The university is alma mater to alumni such as Edward Burns and Harvey Milk. SUNY at Albany’s location and arts & culture scene makes it a great place to study and live.