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2015 Senior College Acceptances:

With high school coming to an end, seniors have started to receive College acceptance letters from the Colleges they have applied to. Take a look on where the seniors plan to go for College.
With high school coming to an end, seniors have started to receive College acceptance letters from the Colleges they have applied to. Take a look on where the seniors plan to go for College. Picture by Mohammed Kazmi.



Since early January, seniors have began to receive College acceptance letters. Having applied to many different colleges, far and close, in search of the institution they will spend the remainder of their education at. On average, seniors have applied to more than five colleges, the results of which so far are shown below.

Name Accepted College
Christopher Dadic Saint Johns University, Adelphi University, New York Institution of Technology, CW Post, Hofstra, Queensborough Community College, Queens College
Samantha Aversano Adelphi University, NYIT, Saint Johns, SUNY Maritime
Faith Chojar Seton Hall, Saint Johns, University of Hartford, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY New Paltz, Albany, John Jay, Queens, Queensboro Community College, SUNY Geneseo
Melanie Carmona College of Saint Rose, Hofstra
Yura Shin Pace, Oneonta, Queens College, Brooklyn College
Christopher Petronella Long Island University Brooklyn, Long Island University Post, Hofstra, Adelphi, Molloy, Saint Johns University
Jordan Fickling Seton Hall, Buffalo State
Natalie Owens Eastern University, Nyack College
Amada Guapisaca University of Vermont
Raj Vaidya Stony Brook, Hofstra University
Ruchi Vaidya Stony Brook, Hofstra, Brooklyn College, Baruch College, Hunter College, Pace University
Alejandro Correia Iona College
Alice Mungyu Hofstra University, Saint Johns
Arthur Wilson Stony Brook
Lizbeth Loarca Nyack College
Markella Giannakopoulos Binghamton University, University at Albany, Baruch College, Queens College
Brenda Montero Saint Johns
Vanessa Ortega Queensborough Community College
Essence Bryant Hartwick, College of New Rochelle
Erika Santos Berkeley College
Mohammed Kazmi Pace University, New York Institution of Technology, Hofstra, LIU Brooklyn, Saint Johns, Queens College, York College
Laina Vitarelli University of Albany, SUNY Oneonta
Luciano Cardoza Iona College
Kaitlyn McKenna Pace University
Anastasia Papatheodorou Saint Johns University, Bridgeport University, The College of St. Rose, Adelphi, Queens College
Adva Fuchs Washington College, Binghamton University, SUNY New Paltz, Tulane University
Emily Clark Hartwick College, SUNY Oneonta, Suny Albany, SUNY Cortland, Iona College, and Queens college
Tina K. School of visual arts (SVA)
Harvind Japra Rutgers University, Adelphi University, Saint Peters University
Zachary Damasco University of New Haven, University of Hartford, Washington College, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Stony Brook, Siena College, Quinnipiac University, Hofstra University, Seton Hall University
Samantha Ubertini Queensborough Community College, York College, Hunter College, Queens College, New York City College of Technology, City College, Pace, Adelphi, St. Johns, College of Mount Saint Vincent, Molloy
Xavier Angulo Robert Morris University of Illinois  
Caroline Debonis Quinnipiac
Tamia Avery Adelphi University, Iona College
Sorena Fabre Canisius College, University of Hartford
Anisa B. Iona College
Kayleigh Mulvey Pace University, Iona College
Susan Pistone Quinnipiac, Cortland, Oneonta, Towson

*Many students are still awaiting college acceptance letters, this list may be updated in the future*

These are the  most common colleges that seniors got accepted into. Here are their profiles:

Saint Johns Profile:

picture 1 saint john's




  • Private school
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 15,773
  • Roman Catholic however, is open to all
  • Campuses in New York City, Manhattan, & Queens
  • Tuition and fees: $38,680
  • Room and Board: $16,390
  • Has more than 15 different sports teams, popular for Men’s basketball team
  • Fall 2013 Acceptance rate: 52.6%




  • Private School
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 5,040
  • Suburban
  • Campuses size of 75 acres → Small
  • Tuition and fees: $32,340
  • Fall 2013 acceptance rate: 68.1%

 pace unv



  • Private School
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 8,289
  • Urban
  • Campus size: 257 acres → Large
  • Tuition and fees: $39,747
  • Fall 2013 acceptance rate: 81.2%

stony brook



  • SUNY School
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 15,992
  • Tuition and fees:
    In state: $8,430
    Out of state: $21,850







  • Private School
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 3,539
  • Tuition and fees: $34,040
  • Largely Catholic
  • Campus size: 43 acres → Small


  • Private School
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 6,826
  • Tuition and fees: $38,900
  • Acceptance rate: 59%
  • Campus size: 240 acres → Large







  • Private School
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 4,456
  • Tuition and fees: $32,180
  • Acceptance rate: 74.4%
  • Campus size: 215 acres → Large








  • SUNY Binghamton
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 12,997
  • Tuition and fees: $8,619 in state & $20,259 out of state
  • Acceptance rate: 41.7%
  • Campus size: 930 acres → Very Large

suny oneota




  • SUNY
  • Undergraduate enrollment: 5,820
  • Tuition and fees: $7,220 in state & $16,670 out of state
  • Acceptance rate: 43%
  • Campus size: 250 acres → Large

All information has been collected from US News & Education, visit US News & Education for more information.

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