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3rd annual My Hometown banners on display around Oswego

June 30, 2020

The My Hometown Project continues the celebration of the college's visual arts program in the Oswego City School District.

"Oswego Forward" Plan is approved by SUNY

June 26, 2020

We are pleased to share the exciting news that our Oswego Forward plan has been officially approved by SUNY. This carefully developed plan will guide SUNY Oswego as we restart our residential campus operations and welcome students and employees back to campus in late August. According to SUNY, our plan “meets the New York State Department of Health’s ‘Reopening New York Higher Education Guidelines’” and remains subject to change due to new information, guidance and/or direction received from the State of New York and the Governor’s Office.


Summer reading group to discuss ‘Can We Talk about Race? How Black Lives Matter’

June 23, 2020

Pat Clark of the English and creative writing faculty has volunteered to moderate a five-week summer reading/discussion group on “Can We Talk about Race? How Black Lives Matter,” coordinated by the college’s Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

Oz Against Injustice: A Three-Part Series on Anti-Racism

June 22, 2020

SUNY Oswego's Diversity and Inclusion Committee partners with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to offer Oz Against Injustice: A Three-Part Series on Anti-Racism.


Organizations support students beyond Pride Month

June 22, 2020

With the decades-old Pride Alliance and newer Queer and Trans Outreach Center, Oswego has two student organizations that stand as examples of supporting LGBTQ communities for Pride Month and beyond.


Retiring Brad Korbesmeyer honored after setting the stage for student writers

June 17, 2020

After nearly three decades of teaching, mentoring and helping build stronger writers, Brad Korbesmeyer recently retired from the English and creative writing faculty -- with an honor that will carry on his legacy.


‘Choose your own adventure’ for class leads to creative research projects

June 17, 2020

The shift from face-to-face to virtual learning in the spring semester often forced faculty members to adapt and get creative with their students’ big projects.

Memorializing Rachid Manseur: a son's tribute

June 16, 2020

In lieu of an in-person memorial on campus, Mehdi Manseur (son of the late Rachid Manseur, professor and chair of the electrical & computer engineering department) issued a tribute to memorialize his dad.


Students march for Black Lives Matter in support of positive change and reform

June 15, 2020

The SUNY Oswego Student Association and Black Student Union, working with local organization Accept Oswego, organized a peaceful protest in support of Black Lives Matter on Sunday (June 14) across the campus and city.

President Stanley directs painting of Black Lives Matter mural in support of positive change, reform

June 13, 2020

The Oswego College Foundation Board, alumni and Digital Hyve employees step forward to help with painting of mural in front of Sheldon Hall