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State University of New York Maritime College  
General Information

1.1 Education Philosophy:


Be "First and Foremost": SUNY Maritime College is a premier institution recognized internationally for its expertise in global maritime research, development, education and training. Towards that end, the College delivers quality learning worldwide to meet the “any time, any place” needs of the maritime community.


Guiding Principles:

・Inspire the pursuit of excellence in all things, developing the SUNY Maritime nation to seek the highest standards of intellectual inquiry, scholarly achievement, ethics and integrity, built on a foundation of strong character and a philosophy of service before self.

・Equip all students with the necessary foundation to reach their fullest potential, whether through participation in the Regiment of Cadets or the Civilian student experience.

・Challenge our students to develop analytical and communication skills that will enable them to dissect complex patterns in emerging issues, render reasoned judgments and make wise decisions.

・Develop a community characterized by outstanding leadership, responsible citizenship and self-discipline.

・Foster an innovative, hands-on learning environment directed by a faculty empowered and devoted to creatively seeking new discoveries.

・Promote the development of an internationally recognized resource of maritime expertise that spans all the disciplines associated with the maritime industry and environment.

・Remain grounded in proven traditions and a unique heritage while embracing the opportunities and transformation required by an evolving and increasingly complex global maritime environment.


1.2 Education Goals:

Maritime College educates leaders to excel in the global maritime environment through an interdisciplinary approach to undergraduate and graduate studies in engineering, maritime studies, global maritime business, security and supply chain management, and environmental science; specialized programs are offered as pathways to US Coast Guard licensing or military accession and training.


Structure of Institution


IMO: 5264510

MMSI: 366897000

Call Sign: KKFW

Flag: USA (US)

Gross Tonnage: 14557

Dead Weight Tonnage : 14620

Length x Breadth: 172.22m × 23.22m

Built: 1962

Structure of Program
On-Board Trainig Scheme