Known for its close proximity to Canada and the 4,600-item Plattsburgh State Art Museum, the State University of New York at Plattsburgh was established in 1889 and currently serves about 6,000 students, mostly undergraduates. Its three colleges (of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education and Human Health) comprise more than sixty undergraduate degree programs and a wide variety of minors. SUNY-P’s values emphasize experiential learning, no matter a student’s major; for example, education students access actual classrooms, and communications majors run the local TV station, often as early as freshman year. A large portion of the student body also participates in online or hybrid coursework, via the Moodle learning tool. On-campus extra-curriculars include plays at the Krinovitz Auditorium and production of an award-winning student newspaper called Cardinal Points, as well as 19 NCAA Division III sports, especially hockey. Located just miles from several major metropolitan areas and yet isolated enough to provide an intimate atmosphere, State University of New York at Plattsburgh makes an excellent post-secondary choice for any Easterner, or for anyone!