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High School Programs

SUNY Oswego offers two very distinct programs that provide opportunities for high school students to earn college credit. 

SUNY Oswego in the High Schools provides an opportunity for academically eligible high school students to enroll in SUNY Oswego courses at their high school.  Courses and instructors are approved by SUNY Oswego faculty/departments and are offered at participating high schools throughout New York State.

The New Vision program is a competitive, rigorous, immersion-based program for college-bound seniors who have an interest in the law and government, health care or business fields.  Oswego County BOCES (CiTi) and SUNY Oswego developed a partnership to host the programs at Sheldon Hall on the SUNY Oswego campus.  

SUNY OSWEGO IN THE HIGH SCHOOLS

SUNY Oswego in the High Schools provides an opportunity for academically eligible high school students to enroll in SUNY Oswego courses at their high school.  Courses and instructors are approved by SUNY Oswego faculty/departments and are offered at participating high schools throughout New York State.  

To receive SUNY Oswego credits, students must enroll and pay through this website.  The program fee is $175 per 3 credit course and $235 per 4 credit course. Students who participate in the Free and Reduced School Lunch program are eligible for a discounted program fee, $85 per 3 credit course and $115 per 4 credit course.  To receive the discounted program fee, students must provide official proof of participation from their school district.  Email documentation to stuaccts@oswego.edu or fax to 315.312.5692. 

Students who do not pay will be dropped and will not receive SUNY Oswego credit for their course(s).  Credits may be used at SUNY Oswego or transferred to other Colleges and Universities.  Upon high school graduation, students will be mailed one official transcript, which can be sent to the College or University they will be attending.  Students can request additional official transcripts for an additional fee.  It is up to the receiving institution as to how credit is awarded.  

We offer the following programs:

  • HS Language (ASL 201, FRE 201, FRE 202, GER 201, GER 202, SPA 201, SPA 202);
  • HS History (HIS 202 and HIS 203, together),
  • HS Creative Writing (CRW 205, CRW 206, CRW 208),
  • HS Cinema and Screen Studies (CSS 235)

Not all courses are available at every school.  

Click here to view the courses offered at your school.

NEW VISION PROGRAM

The New Vision program is a competitive, rigorous, immersion-based program for college-bound seniors who have an interest in the law and government, health care or business fields.  Oswego County BOCES (CiTi) and SUNY Oswego developed a partnership to host the programs at Sheldon Hall on the SUNY Oswego campus.  This program is offered in conjunction with CiTi and is open to residents of Oswego County.  This program allows seniors to earn 12 college credits by taking a series of relevant courses through the course of the academic year.

To receive SUNY Oswego credits, students must enroll and pay through this website.  The program fee is $700.   New Vision students are not eligible for program discounts.

Students who do not pay will be dropped and will not receive SUNY Oswego credit for their course(s).  Credits may be used at SUNY Oswego or transferred to other Colleges and Universities.  Upon high school graduation, students will be mailed one official transcript, which can be sent to the College or University they will be attending.  Students can request additional official transcripts for an additional fee.  It is up to the receiving institution as to how credit is awarded.  

Pay the program fee for fall 2016 & spring 2017 courses

Pay Bill 

PLEASE NOTE: Students will be able to pay their bill online once they receive a letter from SUNY Oswego containing additional registration information. Students will need their SUNY Oswego Student ID number to pay their bill.



Pay the New Vision program fee for fall 2016 courses

Pay Bill 

PLEASE NOTE: Students will be able to pay their bill online once they receive a letter from SUNY Oswego containing additional registration information. Students will need their SUNY Oswego Student ID number to pay their bill.

For more information on SUNY Oswego In The High Schools or the New Vision Program

Call: 315.312.2270

or email: highschoolprograms@oswego.edu