Living and Learning Communities offer first-year students new social and academic experiences by providing opportunities to meet faculty and students who share their interests. Together, students in a Living and Learning Community can study for exams, explore options, discuss ideas, learn the "ins and outs" of the college and have a good time!
In addition to living in the same residence hall, SUNY Oswego students that choose to participate in a Living and Learning Community will be registered together in classes. By living together and taking classes together, students will form bonds with faculty, staff, and students that share common interests.
The Living and Learning Communities offered for Fall 2015 include:
- Comm-Unity - Seneca Hall
- Gateway to Business - Funnelle Hall
- For more information on Living and Learning Communities, visit our Frequently Asked Questions list.
Coordinator of First Year Programs
145 Marano Campus Center
Oswego, NY 13126
For specific questions about housing, contact Residence Life and Housing at firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 312-2246.