In the mid-19th cenutry when Edward Austin Sheldon founded our institution, Oswego represented the crossroads of commerce. A bustling port and humming transportation system accommodated a steady flow of the goods and people making the United States grow into its role as an emerging world power.

Today, Oswego and Central New York again stand ready as a crossroads to a better tomorrow with many community assets. The natural beauty that first attracted settlers remains, the Lake Ontario port bustles again and SUNY Oswego, founded to improve the education of generations, also serves as a key economic driver for the region. The emergence of the knowledge economy, a skilled workforce and technology make the region attractive to grow businesses ready to take on the world.

Our campus assets include many degree programs and circles of expertise that can benefit potential partners.