The State University of New
York at Oswego, also known as SUNY College at Oswego or Oswego State, was
founded in the year 1861. The campus consists of more than 40 buildings that are
spread across an area of 690 acres. The college offers a variety of degrees and
programs in diverse Course Topics. It is made up of the following academic
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
School of Business
School of Communication, Media and the Arts
School of Education
SUNY College at Oswego’s athletics department fields more than 20
intercollegiate sports teams. Their sports teams are nicknamed the Lakers. The
men’s hockey team won the NCAA Division III Ice Hockey National Championship
Profile of SUNY College At Oswego
SUNY Oswego is
located in a town not far from a more urbanized area, in Oswego, NY. The school
is a public institution. Degree levels at SUNY Oswego top out at the Post-Master
One of the good things about the
school is its wide range of programs leading to degrees. Students at SUNY Oswego
often study media, art studies, and education and teaching.
The admissions department at the school does not accept all
those who apply. In 2007, 50% of applicants were rejected at SUNY Oswego. Most
students' verbal SAT scores were in the range of 510 to 590 in 2007. A quarter
of students admitted in 2007 scored 580 or higher on the math SAT.
The school s tenure system is geared toward rewarding and keeping
the most valuable professors.
The school offers
classes to 8,660 students (7,618 full-time equivalent).
SUNY Oswego serves primarily full-time students. Many students live in housing
on or near campus. Students sports include formal participation in State
University of New York Athletic Conference competitions.
reports its educational mission is:
"Our mission is to contribute to the
common good by lighting the path to wisdom and empowering women and men to
pursue meaningful lives as productive, responsible citizens. "
SUNY Oswego Programs and Degrees
Most Common Majors
Education and Teaching
elementary school teaching,
industrial arts teaching, reading teaching, social studies teaching,
elementary/middle school admin, curriculum and instruction, health
teaching, English teaching,
. . .
Business and Management
business management, marketing, accounting, finance, human resources,
business and related services, operations management
English, history, political science,
international relations, sociology, anthropology, economics, Spanish
. . .
relations, communication studies
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