SUNY Maritime TS Empire State Baltimore & Philly

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    EMPIRE STATE VI HOSTS RECEPTIONS IN PORT OF BALTIMORE AND PORT OF PHILADELPHIA

    SUNY Maritime’s TS EMPIRE STATE VI will hold receptions in honor of Maritime Day in the Port of Baltimore and the Port of Philadelphia. The reception in Baltimore will take place on Wednesday, May 21, from 1900 to 2100. The reception in the Port of Philadelphia will take place on Friday, May 23, from 1900 to 2100. Due to limited capacity aboard the ship, please register here by May 14: http://tinyurl.com/sunyparty. There is no fee to attend the receptions. For questions, please contact Ashley Scotti at 718-409-4001 or ascotti@sunymaritime.edu.
     
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    Transfer between Maritimes

    Hello - thought I'd post this question here since it seems posts about the Maritime Academies are less frequent than other military colleges. Does anyone have experience with transferring between Maritimes? DS just finished freshman year at Mass Maritime and found the weekends difficult because a lot of students were from nearby and went home for the weekends ('home' for him is a 6 hour drive to NJ). A peak at SUNY's website gives some good info, but the difference in training cruises (winter at Mass, summer at SUNY) could be an issue. DS intends to major in Marine Transportation (Deck). Any advice would be appreciated.
     
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    As long as there are no academic issues transferring is not an issue. Also depending on where you reside you might be eligible for regional tuition at SUNY Maritime.
     

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