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ATTENTION INTERESTED HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS AND PARENTS:

Interested in the Information Meeting for the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 academic year? Click Here.

The 3-1-3 program is for the interested, committed and motivated student. Certainly, academic ability is needed, but 3-1-3 is not a program for only the most academically gifted. A wide variety of students have used the 3-1-3 year as a beginning to a successful college experience.

The SUNY Fredonia Admissions Office is responsible for admitting students to the program. 3-1-3 students are selected on the same basis as regularly admitted freshmen. The mean for these freshmen includes an average of 89 percent in a Regents program and scores of 1110 on the SAT and/or 24 on the ACT exams. Certainly, students at or above these standards could consider themselves very strong candidates for admission to 3-1-3. Students somewhat below might also qualify for admission with strong recommendations and supplemental records. Important additional factors in 3-1-3 admission are a very good attendance record through high school and positive specific recommendations from the high school guidance department.

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Interested students should contact their high school's Guidance Office about applying. Although the application deadline is May 1, students should apply as early as possible (March and April) in order to register for classes in May. Please contact the Admissions office at 1-800-252-1212 or admissions.office@fredonia.edu if you have any questions regarding the application process.  To find out what criteria are used to determine admission into the 3-1-3 Program, contact Mr. David Steiner, 3-1-3 Admissions Counselor, at 673-3251 or you can email him at David.Steiner@fredonia.edu.

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Feb 2010 information meeting
Christopher Dearth, Director of Admissions, answers questions while students gather materials on the 3-1-3 program during the Feb 2010 information meeting.


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