SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry: Admission & Tests

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Here is a brief review of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry general admissions procedures, aplication policies and fees, as well as desirable SAT and ACT college test scores that you might need to have in order to enroll at this school.

Admission Information

Dual Credits
Accepted
Yes
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry admission criteria are moderately competitive - in 2015/16 this school accepted 52 percent of those who apply.

This school requires you to submit reference letters with your application but doesn't require admission test scores.

SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry most likely will accept your:
  • dual credits
    (from the courses giving both high school and college credits)
  • advanced placement credits
    (from the college-level courses taught in high school)
and will decline your:
  • credits for life experience

Application Fee

Application
Fee
$50
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry requires a fee paid when you submit an application for admission.

The undergraduate application fee at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry is $50.00. The graduate application fee is $60.00.

SAT Test Scores

Completing Scholastic Aptitude Test is important stage of the application process. 65 percent of applicants at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry took the SAT test.

Most applicants who took SAT scored from 540 to 660 on Critical Reading and from 540 to 680 on Math. So, if you got above 630 in SAT Critical Reading and 640 in SAT Maththen it should make you safe for being admitted at this college.

Test Section
Minimum Score
Desired Score
Safe Score

SAT Critical Reading
500
600
630

SAT Math
500
610
640

ACT Test Scores

American College Test is common step of the application at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. 35 percent of applicants took the ACT test.

Most applicants who took ACT scored from 24 to 30 on Composite, from 23 to 31 on English, and from 23 to 29 on Math. So, if you scored above 29 in ACT Composite, 29 in ACT English, and 28 in ACT Math, that will be good enough to get admitted at this institution.

Test Section
Minimum Score
Desired Score
Safe Score

ACT Composite
22
27
29

ACT English
21
27
29

ACT Math
21
26
28

Contact Admissions

Phone
(315)
470-6500
To receive the most accurate and up-to-date information about enrolling to SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, please contact this school directly.

You can call this school's general information office at (315) 470-6500 or check SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Website

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