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The International Pathway Program (IPP) is a starting point toward your academic career at SUNY!
With IPP SUNY Morrisville, students can begin their pathway to academic success at one of the most highly ranked university systems in the USA and can finish their undergraduate degree at SUNY Morrisville or any one of the 64 SUNY universities and colleges, including top 100 universities.
Getting Started is Easy!
From the moment students begin IPP SUNY Morrisville, we take them through a step-by-step process to help them achieve their academic and transfer goals during the first year of their undergraduate degree.
- Start at SUNY Morrisville
- Complete the first year of their degree.
- Go anywhere in the SUNY System!
Students complete required SUNY General Education undergraduate courses while in the IPP and can begin taking courses within their major by year two. General Education course credits earned while in the IPP are 100% guaranteed transferable to their next academic program within SUNY.
96% of students have successfully transferred to their next academic program from SUNY Morrisville!
How IPP Works
Complete required SUNY General Education (Gen Ed) undergraduate courses while in the International Pathway Program (IPP) and start year two taking courses within your major.
The IPP offers three study plans that are 2 semesters in length with an optional third semester available for those who would benefit. Each study plan offers students a set of Gen Ed classes compatible with every major. Students are matched with the best study plan for them based on previous academic experience and placement exams.
Students earn between 24 – 38 credits toward their degree while enrolled in the IPP.
Many of the Gen Ed undergraduate courses in the IPP will have a connected recitation course that provides direct learning support to enhance academic success and positions students well for transfer to their next academic program.
The State University of New York (SUNY) is world-renowned for academic excellence. Out of 64 SUNY campuses, 23 have been ranked among the top colleges and universities in the nation by U.S. News & World Report with three in the top 100.
According to suny.edu, “out of more than 420,000 total students, nearly 22,000 are international students from 180 nations around the globe”.
With over 5,000 undergraduate degree and certificate programs, students can find the program that works best for their career and academic success. Students can work with internationally heralded professors and researchers as well as Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners.
Each student who successfully finishes a degree program at one the 64 SUNY campuses receives a diploma from The State University of New York, one of the largest and most prestigious university systems in the world.
Be part of the 96% of students who successfully transfer from SUNY Morrisville to their next academic program at SUNY!