Program

Undergraduate Support

Undergraduate Affairs supports Prep for Prep students in their college transitions by providing services to foster academic and personal success. Through individual advising, academic workshops, and social programming, we strive to help students identify and utilize campus resources, proactively problem solve, and strengthen their network of Prep peers. 

Undergraduate Activities

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  • Advisor Meetings

    We check in with undergraduate students every quarter and offer individual advising and support for those on leave of absence.
  • College Visits

    Each spring, Undergraduate Affairs staff accompany Prep high school students on college trips and visit with our current undergrads.
  • On-Campus Socials

    We sponsor Campus Socials for Prep students to reconnect in college. We recently hosted events at Dartmouth, Georgetown, Penn, and Williams.

Meet Our Students

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  • Elanie

    Elanie plans to major in political science. She is a 2016 Planned Parenthood Global Youth Advocacy Fellow, and also Director of Operations at One Girl, a women's empowerment nonprofit.
  • Paul

    Paul is an electrical engineering major and President of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. A member of the SUNY New Paltz AMP & C-STEP Community Program, Paul tutors students in math and physics. He's also an athlete, playing for the college's Division III soccer team.
  • Kameron

    Kameron is a member of two improv/comedy groups and the Yale Black Men's Union. After graduation, he will join Google as an Associate Product Marketing Manager at its Mountain View campus. 
Undergraduate Affairs services include: 

  • Academic and Personal Advising
  • Back to College Workshop
  • Campus Visits
  • Financial Aid Workshops
  • First-Year College Transition Retreat 
  • Graduation and Holiday Parties
  • Individual Advisor Meetings 
  • Leave of Absence Support Groups
  • On-campus and NYC Socials
  • Student and Parent Newsletters
Our Undergraduate Affairs unit is generously supported by Morgan Stanley. Learn more about opportunities at the company here.

College Enrollment & Graduation

Our community includes 670 students currently enrolled in college and 3,397 college graduates.

  Enrolled Graduated
Allegheny 2 9
American University 2 3
Amherst 20 118
Bard 7 9
Barnard 10 30
Bates 1 8
Boston College 14 44
Boston University 12 21
Bowdoin 9 26
Brandeis 1 9
Brown 20 117
Bryn Mawr 5
Bucknell 2 17
Carnegie Mellon 3 23
Case Western 2 3
Claremont McKenna 7 7
Clark 4
Colby 4
Colgate 11 35
Columbia 21 170
Connecticut College 3 18
Cornell 33 107
CUNY Baruch 5 8
CUNY BMCC 5 1
CUNY Brooklyn College 2 11
CUNY City College 5 16
CUNY Hunter 6 33
CUNY John Jay 1 5
CUNY Lehman 1 11
CUNY Queens 5 7
Dartmouth 3 71
Davidson 3 25
Dickinson 1 3
Drexel 2 2
Duke 8 68
Emory 5 25
Fordham 5 12
Franklin & Marshall 3 20
George Washington 4 23
Georgetown 5 67
Gettysburg 7 18
Guilford 5
Hamilton 4 17
Hampshire 5
Harvard 18 198
Haverford 1 21
Hobart & William Smith 14
Hofstra 4
Howard 11 9
Ithaca 1 4
Johns Hopkins 9 21
Kenyon 6 24
Lafayette 4 5
Lehigh 6 29
Macalester 15
Mercy 4
Middlebury 7 35
MIT 4 26
Morehouse 2 4
Mount Holyoke 3 9

  Enrolled Graduated
Muhlenberg 4 19
New School 2 4
Northeastern 7 6
Northwestern 7 22
Notre Dame 1 4
NYU 14 74
Oberlin 3 21
Occidental 6 16
Penn 15 195
Penn State 2 2
Pitzer 1 5
Pomona 33
Princeton 12 101
Reed 2 10
Rice 1 7
RIT 4 4
RPI 4 2
Rutgers 4
Sarah Lawrence 5 8
Skidmore 8 11
Smith 2 13
Spelman 1 7
St. John's 2 7
Stanford 7 49
SUNY Albany 4 9
SUNY Binghamton 4 14
SUNY Buffalo 1 5
SUNY Empire State 7
SUNY Geneseo 5
SUNY New Paltz 2 2
SUNY Purchase 2 5
SUNY Stony Brook 14
Susquehanna 14
Swarthmore 3 19
Syracuse 8 31
Temple 2 2
Trinity 6 38
Tufts 11 66
UNC Chapel Hill 1 27
Union 1 9
Univ. of Chicago 8 12
Univ. of Connecticut 4
Univ. of Michigan 3 6
Univ. of Richmond 4 15
Univ. of Rochester 3 13
Univ. of Southern California 7 2
Univ. of Virginia 2 36
Vanderbilt 1 15
Vassar 2 32
Villanova 2 6
Washington Univ. in St. Louis 10 22
Wellesley 2 28
Wesleyan 25 208
West Point 2 5
Williams 14 83
Yale 28 185
Other Schools* 62 164

*Fewer than four students enrolled and graduated as of October 2021
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