The Carnegie Foundation has awarded SUNY Oswego a prestigious Community Engagement Classification, recognizing that the college has deeply intertwined community engagement in its leadership, curriculum, outreach programs, strategic planning and community partnerships.
SUNY Oswego showed its green and gold colors once again as the new Village townhouse complex was recognized for its energy efficient design in January.
You know something strange is going on when you read a headline like “SUNY students press for tuition increases.”
Thanks to 7,533 alumni, faculty and staff, parents and friends of SUNY Oswego, The Fund for Oswego raised $3,053,171 from July 1, 2009, to June 30, 2010.
With sharpened focus on the cutting edge of science, technology, engineeringand math, SUNY Oswego leaders broke ground on a campus-transforming, $118 million build Sept. 17.
SUNY Oswego officially has its own band of Village people on campus.
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education recognized the Oswego Alumni Association in its 2010 “Outstanding External Program” category for the day college unity is most prominently on display.
New student applications . . . diversity . . . faculty scholarship . . . international experience. The numbers say it all. Oswego has made great progress in the last decade — and we’ve only just begun! This slideshow shows “SUNY Oswego by the Numbers” as presented by President Deborah F. Stanley at her opening breakfast this August.