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College adds focus to digital accessibility, inclusion initiatives

December 10, 2018

Over the past year, SUNY Oswego has moved forward on a number of initiatives to improve the college’s stance on digital accessibility and inclusion.  

The first project was to revamp the website to ensure all webpages comply with current accessibility legislation, as well as improve the experience for individuals with disabilities. Overall, the goals of the projects are to recognize that digital accessibility is essential to ensuring equity and inclusion, both on the web and in the classroom.

Free Cooper Fitness Center use for campus over winter break

December 12, 2018

Members of the campus community can start their New Year with a commitment to health and exercise -- as during winter break, Cooper Fitness Center will be free for all students, faculty and staff. 

Minimum wage increase for student assistant employees

December 13, 2018

The minimum wage for student assistant employees is increasing from $10.40 to $11.10 per hour, effective December 27, 2018. All student assistant employees currently paid below $11.10 will receive an automatic wage increase to the new minimum and no action is necessary. For any other hourly rate changes for student assistant employees, a Student Assistant Appointment form will need to be completed and submitted to the Payroll Office.


Lakers score food, toy donations for United Way

December 11, 2018

The Nov. 30 men's and women's hockey games at SUNY Oswego collected food and toys for the United Way of Oswego County, part of an ongoing campus-community partnership.


Remembering Pan Am Flight 103, Oswego students lost 30 years later

December 11, 2018

On Dec. 21, 1988, two families waited for the return of a pair of SUNY Oswego students who were on their way home from studying abroad for a semester and traveling around Europe.

Student life

December graduate Mabel Muñoz finds fulfillment thanks to having a plan

December 11, 2018

One’s personal motivation is unique to all of us. Although, it is common for all of us to become fascinated in achieving our ambitions, the only way to accomplish them is to establish goals and purposely follow through with “a plan.”


Modernized criminal justice major debuts

December 5, 2018

SUNY Oswego has begun transitioning its public justice major to criminal justice, a move that modernizes the program, boosts its rigor in alignment with national standards and makes its name more recognizable to graduate schools and employers.


Community invited for Cruisin' the Campus for Winter

December 7, 2018

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley sends an invitation to one and all in the greater Oswego community for the next installment of Crusin' the Campus.

Awards + honors

Student-faculty team wins national competition for inclusive web design

December 14, 2018

Five SUNY Oswego students under the mentorship of graphic design faculty member Rebecca Mushtare recently won the national AIR-U competition for accessibility in web design for the team's inclusive work on the Vote Oswego site.