Links to commonly asked about campus websites and services:
|Department||Tell me about it!|
|Athletics (Intercollegiate)||Oswego offers some of the best academic and athletic support programs in Division III for its student-athletes. There are 24 intercollegiate teams. |
|Billing||Paying the bill, see "Student Accounts"|
|Birthday cakes||see "Sweet Occasions"|
|Campus Life||Programs and events, services and support, commuter information. |
|Cap and Gown Purchase||Wearing the traditional academic gown and mortar board is required for participation in Commencement. The College Store has a large number of caps and gowns in various sizes available, and also offers an online service. |
|Career Services||Career counseling, assessment and advisement, on-campus job fairs, resume development and job search seminars and workshops, and graduate school research assistance. |
|Compass||What is the Compass? A student success center whose mission is to assist students in planning for and achieving success in and after college.|
|Computer - Laptop Purchase Program|
|Is your student in need of a lap top computer? Through the program, choose either the Apple MacBook or Dell Latitude. Each laptop comes with a 3-year warranty, Microsoft Office, and notebook cable and lock for added security. All with a convenient, installment payment plan. |
(student - Auxiliary Services)
|Is there campus employment available? Auxiliary Services employes approximately 500 students during the fall and spring semesters. Find out how to apply, as well as information on necessary foms if you are hired. Additionally, valuable information on credit and banking is on the site. |
|Financial Aid||Information on loans, grants (Pell/TAP/etc.), scholarships, campus employment (non-Auxiliary Services), and Federal Work Study. |
|Fitness Centers||Looking to join a gym? There are two fitness centers located on campus and are operated through Residence Life & Housing. |
|Flex Plan||The Flex Plan is like having a debit card specifically for The College Book Store. You can add the cost of your textbooks to your tuition bill! Flex Plan balances continually roll to the next semester, or, if you like, you may request that your balance be refunded at the end of the semester. |
|Graduation information||Graduation is THE big day and you want it to be perfect! General information, parking, guest info, Torchlight Ceremony, attire, the Grad Finale, the television broadcast and more can be found on this site.|
|see "Financial Aid"|
|Gym membership||see "Fitness Centers"|
(Mary Walker Health Center)
|The Mary Walker Health Center on campus provides medical and health services to the college's diverse population of students. |
|Housing||For information on room selection, opening and closing schedule, and fitness centers. Phone: 315.312.2246|
What is the Health Insurance charge that shows on my bill?
|Insurance||How do I provide my insurance company with proof my child is enrolled at SUNY Oswego? |
These are for recreational sports, not intercollegiate. They provide students, faculty and staff with opportunities to particpate in a wide variety of formal and informal, skilled and unskilled activities designed to promote health and wellness.
|Meal Plans||Does my child need to have a meal plan if s/he is living on campus? Yes, all resident students are required to have a meal plan. Auxiliary Services offers a variety of meal plans to meet the needs of the students. |
Parking regulations and fees, guest parking, appealing a ticket, bus schedules, and campus parking map.
|Laker Dining Dollars||What are Laker Dining Dollars? It is a declining balance system (cash card) which is good in the Dining Services a la carte units as well as the residential Dining Centers. Students can purchase Laker Dining Dollars on their Student Accounts bill in $50 increments, or money can be added throughout the semester. |
|Police||see "University Police"|
|Pool||Recreational pool located in Lee Hall. Available for use by students, faculty and staff. Phone: 315.312.3114|
What services does the Registrar's Office provide? Principal services include transcripts, diplomas and professional certifications, evaluation of non-collegiate credits, registration process, and final graduation check for completion of degree requirements. Additionally, the can provide proof that a student is enrolled at SUNY Oswego.
(Auxiliary Svs. Student Employee)
|Only student employees of Auxiliary Services may qualify for these scholarships. Look for look for postings in the work locations during the fall semester. |
(William R. Tucker)
|In 1984, the William R. Tucker scholarships were to established by the Auxiliary Services Board of Directors to encourage students who maintain good academic standing while making, or demonstrating potential to make outstanding contributions to the college community. It was named in honor of William R. Tucker, who served the Auxiliary Services Corporation in an exemplary fashion for 22 years. |
|The number and variety of awards and scholarships available to Oswego students are most impressive and encompass every discipline and major field of study available on this campus. More than 140 scholarships and awards are available to students at Oswego State, as well as award amounts.|
Sports - (Intercollegiate)
see "Athletics" for intercollegiate sports information.
or "Campus Recreation" for recreational sports.
Tuition and fees, payment options, withdrawal and drop, and refunds.
|Sweet Occasions||Send a Basket of Goodies, Fresh Fruit Baskets, Balloon-o-grams, Gourmet Cookies or specialty cakes with your message on it.|
Information on textbooks and many other programs offered by the College Store including:
To purchase tickets for SUNYAC hockey, concerts and bus charters.
|The Theatre Department produces at least four major productions during the academic year. Tickets to the performances can be purchased through the Tyler Box Office.|
Transcripts are available through the Registrar's Office.
|Transportation||Centro bus information for on and off campus.|
|University Police||Responsible for security, emergency response and the detection and prevention of crime on campus.|