Meet Our Admissions Team

Adrianna Lyons   

Andrianna Gulotta

Admissions Counselor 

Recruiting Territory: Lower Mid-Hudson & CT


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What is one of your favorite things about SUNY Cobleskill?

My favorite thing about Cobleskill is the close knit community feel of the college. We are a smaller college with 2,600 students. I attended Cobleskill and got my Associates here and it felt like a second home to me because of how small the campus is and how friendly everyone was!


What advice would you give a prospective student about choosing a college?

The number one thing I advise prospective students to do when choosing a college is to visit the college when all the students and faculty are back on campus, and example is attending an open house. When you visit during an open house you can really sense the atmosphere of the campus. You will know if it is the right fit for you!


What is an interesting hobby or special talent you have?

I love baking, especially apple pies. My pie usually consists of 3-5 pounds of apples with lots of flavor. I make the dough from scratch and make cute designs on my pies. Fall is one of my favorite seasons because of the many orchards around Cobleskill to go apple picking and make numerous delicious pies!


A new hobby of mine is collecting wine corks. I started this a few months ago. Once I get enough I would like to make different items with them such as trivets, coasters, platters, and hopefully one day have a wine cork table top!


What program did you study at SUNY Cobleskill?

My major at SUNY Cobleskill was Liberal Arts and Science: Social Science with a concentration in Physical Education. After graduating from SUNY Cobleskill I continued on to receive my Bachelor of Science: Sport Management Degree.


What did you like best about your college experience?

My best experience about college was all of the sports, clubs and recreational activities you could get involved with. At Cobleskill one of my best and most rewarding experiences was being able to get involved with the American Red Cross and with Jeff Foote, the Director of the Student Life Office. I was an active recruiter on campus and helped on the day of the blood drives trying to get people to donate and help with registration. At the end of the year SUNY Cobleskill was recognized as the top school in blood donations out of all of the SUNY Schools for the first time. Cobleskill now has been recognized as the top school for blood donations by SUNY for the sixth straight year! Go Cobleskill!