Graduate Studies at SUNY Oswego is committed to providing a motivating environment for ambitious students to join distinguished faculty in the quest for relevant graduate education in established and emerging fields of study. Our focus remains on providing professional and intellectual achievement via scholarly, creative, and experiential activities.

Graduate Programs and Certificates

Graduate Studies at SUNY Oswego offers more than 35 different graduate programs and certificates which are offered on our main campus, online, or at our Syracuse campus. Most programs accept students from all undergraduate majors.

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Graduate Admission

SUNY Oswego offers multiple start dates throughout the year, so you can apply when you are ready. Prospective students are encouraged to complete their applications a month in advance of their chosen semester start. View the graduate programs listing for additional details.

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Information Sessions

Virtual sessions are held throughout the year to provide prospective students with the information they need about each of our graduate programs. Each session includes time for questions and answers.

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Graduate Studies Week

Our graduate students and faculty have made SUNY Oswego a special place to learn and grow for over 70 years — Join us for a week long celebration of Graduate Studies at SUNY Oswego from November 12th to 16th.

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Tuition and Aid

As part of the SUNY system, Oswego offers top rated programs at an affordable cost. Our tuition is approximately one half to one quarter the cost of our private school competitors. Add to that our extensive offering of Assistantship and Scholarship opportunities and an Oswego graduate education is well within reach.

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Current Graduate Students

Information for current our graduate students including academic policies, degree candidacy, and other resources such as Career Services and the Writing Center.

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Bachelor PLUS

The purpose is to create a pathway from undergraduate programs to graduate education. Eligible undergraduates can take up to 6 credits of graduate coursework for graduate credit, during their last semester, for undergraduate prices.

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Degrees

M.A., M.A.T., M.B.A., M.S., M.S.Ed., M.S.T.

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Certificates

Post-Baccalaureatte and Post-Master's

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Graduate Students

Fall 2018 Enrollment

Stories From Our Graduate Community

The Graduate Studies Team

Kristen Eichhorn

Welcome to SUNY Oswego, Division of Graduate Studies. We have been providing graduate education at SUNY Oswego for more than 70 years and therefore we understand the benefits of advanced degrees and also the challenges that many face when deciding to return to school. We are committed to offering affordable education with accessible delivery options. Join our expert faculty in relevant and timely seminars that will contribute to your personal and professional advancement. We are highly dedicated to your success as you take the next step. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our nationally ranked programs. Let us help you get started today.

Kristen Eichhorn, Ph.D.

Dean, Division of Graduate Studies

Laura Spenceley

Laura M. Spenceley, Ph.D.

Associate Dean
(315) 312-3692
laura.spenceley@oswego.edu

Laura provides direction and collaboration with and to academic program, initiatives, and policies as well as student concerns. She is involved in coordinating the graduate student orientation and serving as a liaison with other offices on campus. Laura serves as the point person for academic integrity matters as well as the graduate student grievance process.

Gale Law-Folds

Gale Law-Folds

Secretary to the Dean
(315) 312-3692
gale.lawfolds@oswego.edu

Gale is the secretary to the dean, and oversees current student lifecycle processes including scholarship and graduate assistantships.

Shana Vandish

Shana Vandish

Admissions Secretary
(315) 312-3637
shana.vandish@oswego.edu

Shana processes all graduate application materials including transcripts and test scores, and connects with department review teams.

Sharon Griffin

Sharon Griffin

Graduate Admissions Counselor
(315) 312-3504
sharon.griffin@oswego.edu

Sharon works closely with prospective students to answer questions regarding graduate programs and provides guidance through the enrollment process.

Zachary DeMarsh

Zachary DeMarsh

Database Administrator
(315) 312-3246
zachary.demarsh@oswego.edu

Zachary is responsible for the maintenance and structure of the graduate CRM database and admissions processes, including the application and scholarship forms.

Ben Parker

Ben Parker

Veteran & Military Services
(315) 312-2270
benjamin.parker@oswego.edu

Ben is available through the Division of Extended Learning to help navigate campus policy, procedures and requirements related to those who have served in the military.

Contact Us

Phone: (315) 312-3152
Fax: (315) 312-3577
Office email: gradstudies@oswego.edu
E-Transcript email: gradtranscripts@oswego.edu
Address: 606 Culkin Hall, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY 13126-3599