Fall 2022 Orientation - Albany Campus

On behalf of the faculty and staff at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Albany campus, we look forward to welcoming you to CNSE for the Fall 2022 semester! Please ensure that you review and complete each of the following sections in order to ensure a smooth transition to campus.

We will be holding an in-person orientation to welcome you to campus on Friday, August 26, 2022. The agenda will be sent to your sunypoly.edu email address.

Please click on this link to review "COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan for the Fall Term 2022"

Safety Orientation and Lab Safety Training:

SUNY Poly is a secure facility. In order to access the facility, you must have badge access. All SUNY Poly Students are required to complete Laboratory Training and Safety Training and submit the corresponding quiz to receive a badge. Please use the link below to access the trainings.  PLEASE NOTE: You only need to complete the Laboratory and Safety Trainings and submit the quiz, no other trainings apply. It is important that you complete this process (ASAP) prior to coming to campus as the review and approval take time. It is important that you review the instructions for downloading to ensure submission. This is mandatory and will clear the way for your badge access to campus. You need a badge every time you come into the facility. You will pick up your badge during the Orientation program on August 26.

https://sunypoly.edu/research/albany-nanotech-complex/contractor-training.html

As a reminder, always use your SUNY Poly email address.

Those students residing at Freedom Apartments for the Fall 2022 semester should review the presentation sent directly to your sunypoly.edu email address.

This section is mandatory for all students and includes information about SUNY Poly’s partnership with the University at Albany and how to access services on the UA campus.

SUNY Polytechnic Institute is proud to partner with the University at Albany to provide a variety of student services to SUNY Poly students. This partnership enables SUNY Poly's Albany students to access expanded opportunities through the University at Albany.

Please review this presentation for an overview of dining, meal plans and nutritional services, ID Card and Campus Funds, Mobile ID App, Banking and ATM's, Laundry and LaundryView App, Vending, and more.

For more information, hours of operation, directions and to make an appointment, visit: https://www.albany.edu/health_center/index.shtml.

 

For more information, hours of operation, directions and to make an appointment, visit: https://www.albany.edu/counseling_center/.

This section is mandatory for all students and includes a welcome and overview of Title IX from SUNY Poly’s Title IX Coordinator. 

Welcome, Wildcats! This video, while appears to be from 2020-2021 based on the cover, includes current information as the content has not changed for the upcoming academic year. Please remember, you are responsible to adhere to both the Student Code of Conduct at SUNY Poly and U Albany. If you have any direct questions about the prohibited behaviors or the conduct process, do not hesitate to contact me at wyettm@sunypoly.edu!

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