Free Speech

The college campus may be used for free speech purposes by third parties pursuant to the delegation of authority by the SUNY Board of Trustees (SUNY Policy #5603 – Use of Facilities by Non-Commercial Organizations).  The College reserves the right to determine the time, place, and manner of assembly or presentation in order to assure the continuity and quality of the educational process both in and out of class, the protection of property, and the safety of individuals.

Experiential and Field Placements

The college encourages students to make full use of the learning environment outside the classroom.  Work and volunteer experiences broaden a student’s understanding and provide opportunities to apply concepts learned in the classroom to practical situations and to enhance their classroom learning from experience gained outside the classroom.

Attendance Policy

The attendance policy is focused on achieving effective instruction, scholarly accomplishment, and sustaining an effective learning environment.  Student achievement and the development of scholarship are responsibilities shared by the student and the College.  It is the responsibility of the staff of The College to provide worthwhile and rewarding learning experiences commensurate with the objectives of the College, and it is the responsibility of each student to maintain attendance at each class and other assigned educational activity since such attendance is essential to obtain optimum b

Academic and Grade Appeal Process

Students may appeal academic decisions that they feel are unfair.  A student who believes she/he has been evaluated unfairly should first discuss the matter with the professor of the class.  If the issue is not resolved with the professor, the student may next appeal to the department chair.  The student has the right to continue the appeal in an orderly progression to the next supervisor, but it is best to resolve issues at the source.  A student's appeal should be presented in writing.  The student may select an advisor to aid her/him through the process.  For further information about th

Regulations and Procedures for Maintaining Public Order

The State University of New York Board of Trustees’ Regulations for Public Order are uniformly applicable to all State-operated campuses.  In the case of student misconduct which allegedly violates both the Regulations and the Code, the judicial process incorporated in the Code will normally be used in determining alleged violations.  These two codes are complementary documents, but only one enforcement procedure can be used.

Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management is a learner-centered division where our primary goal is student success.  We recruit and enroll students who will be successful here and help them learn about all the opportunities that exist on campus.  We support the growth and development of our students inside and outside of the classroom by providing programs, services and opportunities that actively engage students in our campus community. 

Strategic Plan

In December 2014, SUNY Oswego launched its newest strategic plan, Tomorrow: Greater Impact and Success. Tomorrow will lead to a better understanding of the way SUNY Oswego pursues its mission and values. We will assess our activities and refine our actions accordingly to meet desirable outcomes tied to the public good. And, in doing so, we will have a new story of success to tell in this age of challenge.

SUNY Oswego Alma Mater

Voices fill the air singing reverently
Pledging our school fair truth and loyalty
This our song we raise in her name and praise
Oswego, Alma Mater, Hail to Thee

Ever in our heart you will cherished be
All that you impart makes us bound to thee
And our college days we'll recall always
Oswego, Alma Mater, gloriously

Wisdom pure and bright, light our way to see
All the good and right where e're we may be
So that all we do will pay tribute to