SUNY Oswego in the High Schools

Congratulations!  Deciding to take a SUNY Oswego course in your high school is one of the best decisions you can make.  You not only have the ability to earn college credit at a reduced cost, you also will prepare yourself for the academic rigor required of college courses.   

What is the cost to take a SUNY Oswego In The High School Course?

The program fee is $175 per 3 credit course and $235 per 4 credit course. Students who participate in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) are eligible for a discounted program fee of $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 or fax to 315.312.5692. 

What steps need to be taken to receive credit?

To receive SUNY Oswego credits for your SUNY Oswego in the High Schools Course it is important to  follow the 4 steps below. 



interest form

Online Registration for the 2017/2018 Academic Year is Closed. 

Completion of this form lets us know that you are expressing an interest in taking a SUNY Oswego course offered at your high school.  Incomplete and inaccurate forms will not be processed.  Please check with your high school guidance counselor to confirm course offerings.*

 *Not all courses are offered at participating high schools.


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SUNY Oswego will mail you a confirmation letter after your high school verifies your course selection.

This will come in the mail in a SUNY Oswego envelope marked with a yellow high school program's sticker.  This letter confirms your course enrollment and contains additional information that you will need to pay your bill.   Please do not complete step 3 until you are in receipt of this letter.


Register & Pay Online

Pay For Your Course 

You can pay online with Mastercard, Visa, Discover or  American Express. 

Students  with unpaid accounts will be deregistered and will not receive SUNY Oswego credit, only high school credit.  Payments can only be accepted and credit earned during the academic year in which the course was taken. 


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Receive Your Transcript

At the end of the school year (typically in July) SUNY Oswego will mail one official transcript that can be sent to the College or University you will be attending.  You can request additional official transcripts for an additional fee. 

It is up to the receiving institution as to how or if credit is awarded.  

SUNY Oswego
Division of Extended Learning

151 Marano Campus Center
Oswego, NY 13126
Phone 315.312.2270 | Fax 315.312.3078