SUNY Oswego offers an opportunity for students to pursue unlimited horizons. With a student body of 8,500 learners, we are large enough to offer more than 100 programs of study yet small enough for students to form quality relationships with each other and caring faculty. (see more)
SUNY Oswego offers an opportunity for students to pursue unlimited horizons. With a student body of 8,500 learners, we are large enough to offer more than 100 programs of study yet small enough for students to form quality relationships with each other and caring faculty.
SUNY Oswego has awarded Merit Scholarships to a select group of students who started at the college in fall 2017. The Merit awards are $3,000 over four years. For non-New York state students, the total award can increase to as much as $39,000 in combination with a Destination Oswego scholarship.
More than 100 students completed their graduate studies at SUNY Oswego and were recognized in August 2017 with master's degrees or graduate certificates.
SUNY Oswego students served as interns for a wide variety of employers in summer 2017, providing a strong on-the-job learning experience to amplify their coursework.
Student's earning a grade point average of 3.3 to 3.79 appear on SUNY Oswego's spring 2017 Deans' List.
SUNY Oswego has named high-performing students to the President's List for spring 2017 for earning grade point averages of 3.80 and above on the 4.00 scale.
SUNY Oswego recently recognized recent graduate Sahar Rajput of Scotia for significant community service contributions that helped her earn a 2017-18 Newman Civic Fellowship.
Dozens of SUNY Oswego students spent their 2017 spring break volunteering to teach English lessons to children, help homeowners and provide services in Central America and in distressed communities across the nation.
SUNY Oswego presented scholarships and other awards to more than 100 students at the college's 2017 Honors Convocation. The formal ceremony, complete with a procession of faculty and college officers in full academic regalia, is sponsored each spring at Oswego by Vega, the women's honor society. The audience included faculty, staff, students and students' family members.
Four SUNY Oswego seniors active in academics, research, athletics and community service received the 2017 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence -- the highest student recognition through the statewide university system. This year's Oswego honorees for outstanding achievements inside and outside the classroom are Abigail Boyce, a finance major with a minor in statistics; Tatiana Gregory, a biochemistry major with minors in health science and nutrition; Nicholas Noviasky, a physics major and mathematics minor; and Lauren Saroli, a zoology major and chemistry minor
The State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) has named Emma Geyer as one of its inaugural Scholar Athletes of the Year. Each season, the conference will recognize student-athletes not only for their efforts on the field, but their classroom performance as well. Out of hundreds of student-athletes, Geyer is just one of eight award winners for the fall.
The Oswego State golf team stood alone in fourth place after the final day of the ECAC Division III Mid-Atlantic Championship, hosted by St. John Fisher College at Ravenwood Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday. Oswego followed its Saturday 298 with a Sunday 303 for a two-round total of 601 (+25).
Thirteen student leaders comprise the 2016-17 Student Association Executive Council at SUNY Oswego.
SUNY Oswego junior Elena Margrey was elected 2016-17 New York state president of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, which seeks to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
SUNY Oswego junior Mark Prezioso was elected 2016-17 New York state president of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, which seeks to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
SUNY Oswego senior philosophy major Kimberlyn Bailey has been selected for a summer 2016 program in biostatistics and computational biology at Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health, preparatory to her two-year research training position working in a computational systems neuroscience lab at the National Institutes of Health.
The Eta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society inducted 21 nontraditional students, many of them with families, in a recent ceremony.
Three broadcasting and mass communication majors at SUNY -- Shaune Killough, Joseph Salvatore and Daniel Frohm -- won a national award for a video they did under contract with a consortium of first responders.
SUNY Oswego broadcasting and mass communication majors Daniel Frohm, Joseph Salvatore and Shaune Killough teamed with a consortium of first responders, earning an award in the Broadcast Education Association's Festival of Media Arts.
Several area residents are among nearly 50 college and university students taking part in hands-on learning in SUNY Oswego's Global Laboratory network at science labs around the world in July.
The GENIUS -- Global Environmental Issues and Us -- Olympiad finals June 26-30 at SUNY Oswego attracted 223 young scientists and artists from 34 countries and 31 states, including the following local high school students (each one's project type, project title and medal are in parentheses):