NEWBURGH – The SUNY Orange Board of Trustees has approved the college budget for the ’23-’24 academic year that is $35,000 lower than this year’s.
At just over $63.17 million, the spending plan includes a two percent increase in tuition approved by the board at last month’s session.
The state contribution would be flat, and they are hoping to achieve a five percent enrollment increase.
College President Dr. Kristine Young said the school’s offerings are geared toward the careers and jobs in today’s world.
“We continue to add more programs that are helping students outside the classroom with an emphasis on connecting students to the resources they need,” she said.
In the fall, SUNY Orange will be starting its health administration associate degree program and in the second year of its web development program.