Is SUNY Albany (UAlbany to those in the know) the perfect-sized school? Many here think so. Students describe it as “a big school numbers-wise that feels small.” Notes one student, “It has a very broad range of quality academic programs, which is very important for an undecided senior in high school.” Another adds, “If you know what you want and are motivated, the sky is the limit.” The school exploits its location in the state capital to bolster programs in political science, criminal justice, and business, and it “offers internship opportunities to college students that very few schools can.”
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