SUNY Maritime College Catalogs / Bulletins, 1929-2003
Contents of Collection
Collection consists of college catalogs/bulletins for SUNY Maritime College from 1929 through 2003. Catalogs/Bulletins have not been located for the years 1874-1928 (it's possible they may not have been published at that time). These volumes are referred to as either catalogs or bulletins depending on the year. A typical catalog/bulletin includes the academic calendar and programs for a given year. Also included is information regarding student life, admission requirements, financial assistance, and academic regulations. Some catalogs/bulletins include a campus map.
- 1929 - 2003
- State University of New York Maritime College (Organization)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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SUNY Maritime College was founded in 1874 as the New York Nautical School and changed names several times over the years. Originally a two year program for boys as young as high school age, it gradually evolved to become a four year college with full academic offerings, affiliating with the State University of New York in 1949.
1873 – 1913: New York Nautical School
- 1913 – 1929: New York State Nautical School
- 1929 – 1941: New York State Merchant Marine Academy
- 1941 – 1949: New York State Maritime Academy
- 1949 – present: State University of New York Maritime College
8.75 Linear Feet
The course catalogs / bulletins are arranged chronolgically.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The catalogs / bulletins were transferred to the college archives from the college over the years.
Williams, Joseph A. (2013). Four years before the mast: A history of New York's maritime college. Bronx, NY: Fort Schuyler Press.
- SUNY Maritime College Catalogs / Bulletins, 1929-2003
- Annie Tummino
- September 2017
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