SUNY Oswego jumps to 44th place in U.S. News & World Report rankings—a 14-place rise—in the list of 2017 Top Regional Universities in the North.We are Oz: SUNY Oswego enrolls its most culturally diverse student population ever
“I Am Oz” is a statement familiar to most students, faculty, staff and recent alumni of the State University of New York College at Oswego (SUNY Oswego). It is the inclusive and welcoming statement that has been the opener for acknowledging and learning about the broad ethnic and cultural backgrounds of students, faculty and staff at the institution from every background. This week the college welcomed to campus more than 2,100 new students and the college is celebrating its most culturally diverse (defined as students who self-identify as Hispanic, Asian, African-American, Native American, Pacific Islander or in more than one category) student body in the college’s history—25.8% of the total undergraduate and graduate population including a record-setting 33.8% of the first-year class, up 3.2% from last year’s first-year class and an 80% increase from 2010. Each of these students are now a part of “Oz” and, together, they are transforming and shining the light on Oz.SUNY Oswego receives over $1 million to help more complete degrees
In the SUNY-wide competition for project grants from the SUNY Investment and Performance Fund, SUNY Oswego will receive $1,025,000 for two projects, Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher announced Monday.Artist Linda Bigness to launch fall SUNY Oswego Metro Center exhibitions
Hidden surfaces within urban landscapes inspire Syracuse artist Linda Bigness, whose exhibition “Urban Beat: Recent Works in Encaustic and Oil” will run Aug. 26 to Oct. 22 at the SUNY Oswego Metro Center on Clinton Square.SUNY Oswego achieves historic milestone in fundraising campaign
“With Passion & Purpose: The Campaign for SUNY Oswego” has achieved a historic milestone in its five-year journey by surpassing the $40 million announced goal. This is the largest announced campaign among all SUNY comprehensive colleges—Oswego’s peer schools—and nearly double the college’s last campaign goal of $23 million.