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State University of New York at Oswego State University of New York at Oswego

Key Stats

Type Of Institution
Comprehensive higher education system

Institutional Designation
Public—State

Full-Time In-State Tuition Costs
$6,670.00

Full-Time Non-Resident Tuition Costs
$16,320.00

Room And Board
$13,390.00

Average Student Aid Package
$11,675.00

Average Percentage Of Financial Need Met
78.45%

Average Scholarship/Grant Aid Awarded
$8,240.00

Average Work-Study Aid Awarded
$1,400.00

Data research by Next Step Education Group, Inc. Please e-mail us with any correction or updates.

State University of New York at Oswego

Founded in 1861, SUNY Oswego enrolls over 6,800 full-time undergraduate students at our picturesque and residential campus along the southeastern shore of Lake Ontario in upstate New York. SUNY Oswego, offering a broad range of liberal arts and career directed academic programs, has a reputation for excellence and has been consistently recognized as among the nation’s “best northeastern colleges” by The Princeton Review and U.S. News and World Report. SUNY Oswego has also been named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction.


Degree BACHB ASSOCA CERTC
Accountingx  
Accounting and Related Services, Otherx  
Adolescent Educationx  
Agricultural Teacher Educationx  
American/United States Studies/Civilizationx  
Anthropologyx  
Applied Mathematics, Generalx  
Art/Art Studies, Generalx  
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology, Generalx  
Biology/Biological Sciences, Generalx  
Broadcast Journalismx  
Business Administration and Management, Generalx  
Chemistry, Generalx  
Childhood Educationx  
Cognitive Psychology and Psycholinguisticsx  
Cognitive Sciencex  
Commercial and Advertising Artx  
Computer Sciencex  
Creative Writingx  
Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administrationx  
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, Generalx  
Econometrics and Quantitative Economicsx  
Economics, Generalx  
Education, Generalx  
Engineering, Otherx  
English Language and Literature, Generalx  
Finance, Generalx  
French Language and Literaturex  
Gender and Women's Studiesx  
Geochemistryx  
Geology/Earth Science, Generalx  
German Language and Literaturex  
History, Generalx  
Human Development and Family Studies, Generalx  
Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, Generalx  
Information Science/Studiesx  
International Economicsx  
International Relations and Affairsx  
Journalismx  
Language and International Tradex  
Linguisticsx  
Marketing/Marketing Management, Generalx  
Mass Communication/Media Studiesx  
Mathematical Economicsx  
Mathematics, Generalx  
Music, Generalx  
Philosophyx  
Philosophy and Religious Studies, Otherx  
Physical Therapy/Therapistx  
Physics, Generalx  
Political Science and Government, Generalx  
Pre-Dentistry Studiesx  
Pre-Law Studiesx  
Pre-Optometryx  
Pre-Veterinary Studiesx  
Psychology, Generalx  
Psychology, Otherx  
Public Relations/Image Managementx  
Sales and Marketing Operations/Marketing and Distribution Teacher Educationx  
Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Educationx  
Sociologyx  
Software Engineeringx  
Spanish Language and Literaturex  
Technology Teacher Education/Industrial Arts Teacher Educationx  
Trade and Industrial Teacher Educationx  
Zoology/Animal Biologyx  

Academic Life

Oswego offers over 110 academic programs in total, including more than 60 undergraduate majors. Oswego’s schools and colleges include:  

  • College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
  • School of Business
  • School of Communication, Media and the Arts
  • School of Education

U.S. News & World Report has listed SUNY Oswego as one of just 30 well-regarded colleges nationally that offer small classes without high prices

Campus Life

Students have many options to explore on SUNY Oswego’s 700-acre lakeside campus. With more than 170 student organizations available, students are certain to find something that will spark their interest, move them to make a difference or gain experience toward their careers. Volunteer involvement is encouraged and welcomed!

Facilities and Resources

SUNY Oswego’s lakeside campus encompasses 55 buildings on nearly 700 acres. Among 12 residence halls are a first-year residence and an international living and learning center. With nearly $800 million invested in recent and ongoing campus renovations, including the Shineman Center for Science, Engineering, and Innovation, new biological field station, updated school of education buildings, a recently developed Campus Center and a new indoor athletic facility, the Oswego campus offers among the finest learning facilities in upstate New York.

Athletics / Sports

The 24 NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletic programs at SUNY Oswego support a tradition of excellence for student athletes. With teams that remain perennial SUNYAC and national contenders plus an impressive list of All-Americans in many sports, Oswego develops young people who excel both on and off the fields of play. SUNY Oswego also offers over 44 club and intramural sports as well as two membership fitness centers for students to get involved with.

Financial Aid / Tuition

Most SUNY Oswego students receive financial assistance based on merit or on student and family need. Oswego’s Presidential and Merit Scholarship Program awards over $5 million in merit-based aid annually for undergraduate students. Over 45% of incoming freshman were awarded a renewable merit scholarship with the average scholarship award equaling $3,300 annually. In addition, students receive approximately $80 million in financial aid annually through various grants, loans, and part-time employment.

Admission

Freshman students may apply using the SUNY Application or the Common Application. Students must also submit a high school transcript, SAT and/or ACT scores and a supplemental application. Freshmen candidates with a strong college prep program and a “B” average and better are encouraged to apply. Admission for transfer candidates is based on their college record. The average transfer GPA is approximately a 3.0.

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