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Oswego to host Camp College for high school students

June 26, 2018

SUNY Oswego will welcome 180 high school students from New York City, Long Island, the North Country and points across the state to campus July 6 to 8 for Camp College, an important step toward college access -- and college success.

Documentaries showcase 'Many Voices, One Oswego; Diversity and Inclusion in the Arts'

June 25, 2018

SUNY grant supports student-produced documentaries that explore topics of diversity through the lens of the arts - visual and performing.

Awards + honors

SUNY Chancellor's Award honors 2 for professional service

May 8, 2018

The State University of New York system recently honored SUNY Oswego's Daniel Griffin, director of admissions, and Michelle Bandla, coordinator of first-year programs and interim director of the Center for Experiential Learning, with the 2018 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service.

Awards + honors

SUNY Oswego has record year for Fulbright U.S. Student honors

April 11, 2018

A record number of current students and/or recent alumni at SUNY Oswego are scheduled to go abroad under the prestigious Fulbright U.S. Student program in 2018-19.

Student life

Start Now partnership launches student success

November 20, 2017

Start Now, a unique partnership between SUNY Oswego and Jefferson Community College, gets students on the road to success.

Student life

Student ambassador offers tips for admissions open houses

October 13, 2017

Coming to Oswego for an open house? Admissions student ambassador Kenny Belvin has some tips to make the most of it.

Campus

Admitted Student Days show students where they belong

March 24, 2017

SUNY Oswego's Admitted Student Days include admissions tours, presentations about majors, food in a dining hall and more to show prospective students how Oswego fits their future.

Student life

College to greet diverse class of 1,500 freshmen

August 13, 2015

SUNY Oswego’s enrollment of about 1,500 first-year students for the fall semester will approach and possibly surpass 2013’s class of first-year students—the largest since 1988—and establish a new high-water mark in ethnic diversity.