Our Tradition of Excellence Continues
As we continue our tradition of excellence, our campus community remains committed to providing our most valuable asset—our students—with access to the very best facilities and resources, award-winning faculty and dedicated staff, in-demand academic programs, and applied learning opportunities.
SUNY Oswego faculty and staff are:
National Rankings Illuminate Excellence
Our national rankings illuminate the quality and rigor of our academy and our 12th place national ranking in the annual Open Doors report confirmed that our commitment to global education remains high and well-recognized. We remain committed to creating and delivering innovative programs that match society and student needs.
Our BS degree programs in electrical and computer engineering and in software engineering earned accreditation by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
U.S. News and World Report placed Oswego in the top ten public institutions for its influential “2020 Top Regional Universities in the North” publication.
U.S. News also ranked Oswego's MBA online program the highest among public institutions in New York state, recognizing Oswego MBA for quality and flexible delivery.
The Princeton Review once again named SUNY Oswego to its list of top regional offerings in “224 Best Regional Colleges-Northeast,” a distinction the college has earned every year since 2003.
Promoting Recruitment, Opportunity, Diversity, Inclusion and Growth
SUNY Oswego also welcomed its first three PRODiG (Promoting Recruitment, Opportunity, Diversity, Inclusion and Growth) underrepresented minority faculty including women faculty in STEM fields to campus at the start of the fall 2019 semester. The college provost also joined with leadership from other SUNY comprehensive campuses to develop and implement a PRODiG Fellow program, a two-year program that introduces faculty to the comprehensive university environment.
We Reflect, Advance and Innovate Together
As reflected in our mission statement, SUNY Oswego cares deeply about including and hearing all voices of its college community and working together with students and faculty governance, and all other college stakeholders to reflect on our work, discuss our future, and plan for how we can best serve each other and advance together.
SUNY Oswego announced the return of the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), which helps underrepresented and/or economically disadvantaged students to thrive in STEM or professional licensure fields.
SUNY Oswego was one of the first colleges to participate in the SUNY Online pilot with three programs; master of business administration (MBA) program, health services administration program, MBA in management program, and undergraduate business administration program.
The SUNY system recognized and praised Oswego’s efforts during SUNY Accessibility Week. The college’s Accessibility Fellows program works with faculty and staff to improve their courses to ensure all students can learn in an equitable way.
The theatre department also earned two awards from the regional Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival: a student team won Outstanding Achievement in Collaborative Dramaturgy.