NSF S-STEM (Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
This program provides scholarships and close mentoring during the first two years of a student's STEM major at SUNY Oswego. In addition students' are offered the opportunity to take part in cutting edge research opportunities both at Oswego and abroad.
Possibility Scholarship aims to help students from New York State who otherwise would not be able to afford pursuing degrees in science and technology fields. The program provides support for tuition, room and board, as well as hands-on research and international service learning.
NACME's (National Action Council on Minorities in Engineering) STEM Integration Model
SUNY Oswego has partnered with the National Action Council on Minorities in Engineering to award scholarships to increase enrollment in engineering fields for students from underrepresented groups. Scholarships are available for fall 2013.
WACE (World Association for Cooperative Education) Co-op Scholarship
SUNY Oswego has joined a group of prestigious universities that offers scholarships through WACE, an organization that is committed to advancing cooperative education. Incoming freshman for fall 2013 who commit to a co-op program at SUNY Oswego and qualify as Presidential Scholars are eligible to apply.
NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program
The NOYCE scholarship provides funds to support talented STEM students and professionals in pursuing teaching careers in a science, technology, engineering, or math field. The scholarship recipient receives support to aid in completion of their STEM undergraduate degree and their Masters of Education degree.
|President||$18,800* (4 years)||93-96||1190-1300||26-29|
|Dean's||$6,000 (4 years)||90-94||1110-1210||24-26|
|Merit||$3,000 (4 years)||88-91||1050-1150||22-25|
*$4,700 annually for on-campus students; $2,350 per year for students living off-campus
$31,960 Destination Oswego Scholarships; ($5,000 to $8,000 annually for up to four years) Out-of-state and international residents only; requires full-time status and on-campus housing
$1,000 Merit Scholarships for transfer students (non-renewable)