COVID-19 Update

SUNY Oswego has suspended all face-to-face academic instruction, including at the Syracuse campus, and moved to online and distance learning instruction, effective March 19, 2020 until further notice. During this time, should you need to connect with Syracuse campus staff, please contact or 315-312-2321. We remain committed to providing all of our students access to essential academic and student support services, even if from afar, via digital connections and platforms or phone.

SUNY Oswego's Syracuse campus provides expanded regional access to one of "US News and World Reports," Best Colleges in Regional Universities North, to people residing or working in the greater Syracuse area.  Our downtown campus in Clinton Square is easily accessible to faculty, students, professionals, business and industry partners, and community service organizations.  With day and evening classes, the Syracuse campus accommodates the busy schedules of nontraditional students and working professionals.  The dynamic learning environment is enriched by opportunities, experiences and resources found in downtown Syracuse. 

Learn More About Our Bachelor's Degree Completion Programs

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We currently offer undergraduate completion programs in business, human development and criminal justice.  The programs are offered through a combination of online and in-person classes.  We are in the process of finalizing more programs for the Syracuse campus so we can help you live local and #learnlocal!

These bachelor's degree completion programs provide unique opportunities for students who have an associate degree or have at least 60 credits from another institution and would like to continue their college education. Our convenient downtown Syracuse campus allows you to remain local for work and family obligations and earn a degree from a highly regarded institution at an affordable price. Our professors and staff will help you move forward and gain the skills and experience you need to set yourself apart and compete in today's job market.