Pathfinder Bank establishes scholarship for students with financial need
Pathfinder Bank has made a $30,000 gift to SUNY Oswego to endow a scholarship to create opportunities for students with financial need.
Tue Sep 29, 2015
Lorraine Marano's legacy lives on through $7.5 million endowment
Marking the two-year anniversary of the death of SUNY Oswego’s largest donor, the trustee of the Lorraine E. Marano Living Trust came to campus Sept. 28 to dedicate a plaque installed in the Marano Campus Center, which was named in honor of Lorraine and Nunzio “Nick” Marano’s generous community spirit and their $7.5 million gift.
Thu Jan 29, 2015
Rice Creek summer programs offer scholarship assistance
SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station will provide some financial assistance to a limited number of children interested in its summer programs, Exploring Nature and Conservation Field Studies.
Fri Jan 17, 2014
SUNY Oswego receives $7.5 million gift, largest single donation in campus history
SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley announced today (Jan. 17) that the college has received the largest single gift in its 153-year history: a $7.5 million gift from the estate of Oswego County resident Lorraine E. Marano, an education enthusiast.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
SUNY Oswego alumnus gift adds up to hometown help
James F. Okoniewski, a graduate of Fulton’s G. Ray Bodley High School and SUNY Oswego, feels strongly about two things: his love for his hometown of Fulton and the Oswego County area and his belief that mathematics is a key subject for success in life.
Fri Apr 29, 2011
Federal grant to provide $600K for science scholarships
The National Science Foundation has awarded SUNY Oswego nearly $600,000 over five years to provide scholarships to recruit and retain talented students who otherwise could not afford to pursue degrees in science and technology fields.
Tue Jul 14, 2009
Possibility Scholarship to support future scientists, engineers
SUNY Oswego’s new Possibility Scholars program aims to help students in the Oswego and Syracuse City School Districts who otherwise would not be able to afford pursuing degrees in science and technology fields.
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