Nuclear emergency plan

The SUNY Oswego campus is just within the 10-mile zone of the nuclear plants at Nine Mile Point, east of the college in the town of Scriba. Federal regulations require that counties that are home to nuclear power plants prepare emergency response plans for the area within a 10-mile radius of the plants. Oswego County has such an emergency response plan through its Emergency Management Office.

Records access

As part of the State University of New York, SUNY Oswego makes certain records available to the public in accordance with New York's Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law Article 6 §§ 84-90).

Student records are generally private and accessible to the individual student and to college employees whose duties require access. Students should contact the office that holds their records in order to request copies.

Emergency communications

If there is a disaster or emergency affecting the SUNY Oswego community, you will be able to obtain updates and important instructions through the college's homepage, SUNY Oswego's Information Line, 315.312.3333, and New York Alert, assuming the situation has not damaged the college's ability to update these resources.

If you need to report a real accident or emergency situation on campus now, please call University Police at 315.312.5555 or 911.