Leadership Conference Returns with More Opportunities for Students
Students will once again get the chance to network with Oswego alumni who are established leaders and learn from their peers during the second annual Future Oswego Leaders Conference March 30 through April 1 ...
SUNY Oswego a Perennial Best in College Guides
U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2012 and Princeton Review included Oswego in The Best Northeastern Colleges: 2012 Edition ...
Oswego Welcomes Strong Incoming Class
Oswego had nearly the same numbers of new freshmen and transfers this past fall as fall 2010, but the percentage of traditionally underrepresented racial and ethnic groups continues to rise ...
Sesquicentennial Year Marked with Celebrations, Web Features
You can still celebrate Oswego's 150th birthday with special documentaries and a webstream of the theatre department's interpretation of The Autobiography of Edward Austin Sheldon ...
Oswego Named a Top-Producing Fulbright Campus
The Chronicle of Higher Education has recognized Oswego as one of this year's Fulbright Scholarship "top producers." Two Oswego faculty members are studying and teaching overseas on Fulbright awards: one in India and the other in Kenya ...
24 Hours in Photos Captures Many Facets, Faces of Campus
From early-morning Zamboni drivers and bakers to students taking part in athletics and the arts throughout the evening, the 24 Hours in Photos project captured many faces and facets of SUNY Oswego over the course of one day ...
More than 250 scholarships are available for the 2012-13 academic year.
The listings are posted online. The deadline to apply is Feb. 1. To request a scholarship newspaper be sent to your home, send your full name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Scholarships" in the subject line.
Copies of the scholarship newspaper are available in most academic departments, Penfield Library and from the Office of Alumni Relations and University Development.
File to Graduate
The Registrar's Office has sent letters to prospective graduates with instructions and information on how to file online for graduation. Once the student has signed in, the graduation application form is linked to the student's account.
Students must file for December 2012 graduation by April 1. The deadline to file for May 2013 graduation is Oct. 1.
Note that degree candidates are not automatically placed on a graduation list; it is the student's responsibility to make sure he or she files online by the appropriate deadline or contacts the Registrar's Graduation Area for help. Please note: Students must file by the deadline dates in order to be sure that their names will be printed in the Commencement program.
Future graduates can start planning for May 12 Commencement by making early reservations for the Torchlight Ceremony and Dinner May 11. The ceremony allows the graduating class to come together one last time as they are welcomed into the Oswego Alumni Association.
For more information or to make dinner reservations call 315-312-2258 or send email.
Consider making a donation to the Class of 2012 gift in honor of your graduating senior. Gifts made by March 1 will be printed in the Commencement program.
While most students take their summer break to enjoy the warmer months, others will continue on with their studies by registering for intensive three-, six- and 12-week courses that will allow them to earn up to three credits.
The next Summer Sessions are slated for May 21 through Aug. 10. About 35 courses from across the college's programs will be available at Oswego as well as the Metro Center in Syracuse, Education Center in Phoenix and on the Web.
The list of courses being offered will be available online Feb. 8. For more information check out oswego.edu/summer or call the Division of Extended Learning at 315-312-2270. Sign up to receive email notifications when courses are posted and when registration opens.
A.S.K. for Career Help
If your student is looking for help in exploring a career, the Oswego Alumni Association has help.
Our A.S.K. (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) program links current students with alumni mentors who can answer questions about a career, offer a job-shadowing experience or help make connections. Your student can be part of Oswego's powerful 75,000-member alumni network.