High School Equivalency Program

24 & SCORE!

SUNY Sullivan’s 24-Credit Hour High School Equivalency Program lets you enroll in a degree program AND earn a high school equivalency diploma simultaneously. After completing twenty-four (24) college credits with a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0 (C) or better, you will receive your High School Equivalency Diploma.

Please visit the New York State Education Department (NYSED) page for more program details.


  • Homeschooled students
  • Students who have stopped attending high school
  • School-aged students who wish to attend college early
  • Adults with a high school diploma not recognized by New York State
  • Adults without a high school diploma or GED

Students who successfully pass an Ability to Benefit (ATB) test may be eligible for New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) financial aid.

NOTE: Some students will need permission from their local high school to participate.

Reach out to the guidance office of the last high school you attended and request to have your academic transcript sent to The transcript needs to include all work completed before you withdrew, as well as the date of your withdrawal.

  1. To seek financial aid, you must pass the Ability to Benefit (ATB) test. Once you are accepted to the college, a member of our staff will reach out to help you schedule an appointment to take the ATB test if you wish to take it. 
  2. Complete the TAP application to determine if you are eligible for state financial aid.
  3. Use SUNY Sullivan’s Federal School Code: 002879.
  4. Contact if you need assistance completing your form.
  5. Visit for more information.

Click here for vaccination requirement details. 

In addition to your Immunization record, as of January 2022, all students with an on-campus presence must be fully vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus (At this time, students registered 100% online are exempt from this requirement, unless they are using on-campus services). Failure to provide the required documentation will result in administrative withdrawal from seated classes.

If you have any questions, please email

Students who successfully pass an Ability to Benefit (ATB) test may be eligible for New York State Tuition Assistant Program (TAP) financial aid.

Our Learning Center staff will reach out to help you make an appointment after you are accepted to the college. 

Practice questions can be found at The topics that will be included in the test are Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic.

We want to ensure that you are placed in the appropriate courses so that you can be successful. Our English and Math placement tests will help determine the right courses for you. Our Learning Center staff will reach out to help you make an appointment after you are accepted to the college. 

After your English & Math placement test results are in, you will meet with an advisor in the Learning Center who will help you choose your classes and make a schedule.

If you applied for financial aid, please go to this link to set up your new student portal for financial aid at SUNY Sullivan.

Please contact with any questions.

Click here to find out what it is, how to submit it, and why it could save you money.

Even after your financial aid is awarded and applied, you may still have an outstanding balance. Your tuition and fees must be paid, or a payment plan must be set up before your classes begin. Click here to find out how to access your balance and make a payment


We strongly encourage you to apply for financial aid as soon as you start your application to ensure that you will have the aid you need.

Once you are admitted, there are Next Steps to Becoming a General that you’ll also need to complete.

Admissions Office

Interested in attending SUNY Sullivan but not sure where to begin?

The Admissions Office is here to help.

Admissions Hours

Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (Closed Fridays during the summer)
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

One-Stop Office E Building


Our mission is to provide staff and resources to recruit, counsel and accept all eligible prospective students for SUNY Sullivan enrollment. To support a rich and rewarding college experience for its students. Admissions recruits a diverse student body from both within the Sullivan County Community and beyond. Information regarding SUNY Sullivan’s academic programs, student life and the enrollment process is promoted by Admissions through a variety of means to enhance prospective students’ academic careers and Sullivan County’s workforce.

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