- Location Oswego, NY
- Web Site http://www.oswego.edu
- Nearest ELS Center N.Y., Manhattan,NY
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|Key majors offered|
|Applied Mathematical Economics|
|Broadcasting And Mass Communication|
|Business And Marketing Education (All Grades)|
|Computer And Electrical Engineering|
|Electrical / Electronics Engineering|
|Electrical And Computer Engineering|
|Global And International Studies|
|Housing||Location Type||Offers Scholarships||Student Population||Offers CLA|
|Available for Undergraduate and Graduate||Suburban||Yes||8300 (Total)||Yes|
|Degrees Offered||Public/Private||Institution Type||Student Body||Student Population|
|Bachelor||Public||Baccalaureate College||Co-educational||270 (International)|
Yearly Costs / ELS Level
|Degree||Tuition||Fees||Housing **||Meals||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
With a student body of nearly 8,000 students, the State University of New York at Oswego is large enough to offer more than 110 programs of study, yet small enough for students to form quality relationships with each other as well as with the university’s distinguished faculty. The college is part of the prestigious SUNY system, one of the largest public higher education systems worldwide. Located on the shores of scenic Lake Ontario, Oswego is just 45 minutes north of the city of Syracuse, and about 5 hours from New York City, Toronto, and Philadelphia. Consistently ranked as one of the Best Value Colleges in the Northeastern United States, students at SUNY Oswego pursue bright futures through renowned programs in business, science, the arts, and more — and benefit from innovative interdisciplinary programs that cross traditional boundaries. From accounting to zoology, SUNY Oswego offers an impressive variety of different academic programs within four distinct schools; The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The School of Communications, Media and the Arts; The School of Education and The School of Business. The School of Education is nationally accredited (NCATE), the School of Business is AACSB accredited, and the Chemistry program is ACS certified
"On-campus living at SUNY Oswego provides students with ready access to academic as well as social events and organizations that are a vital part of the liberal arts college environment. First-year students are required to live on-campus for 2 years, transfer students for 1 year, though it is possible to apply for an exemption in certain circumstances.
Many international students choose to live in the Hart Hall Global Living & Learning Center – a unique residential community dedicated to academic excellence and social responsibility within a global context. Students may alternatively choose to live in one of the university's 12 other residence halls. "
Oswego's vibrant campus offers students more than 180 registered clubs and organizations including academic, media, religious, cultural, special interest, arts, community-service groups, Greek Life, club sports and 24 NCAA Intercollegiate athletic teams. Participating in these student clubs and organizations offers students opportunities to build friendships while promoting leadership, responsibility with experiences that often lead to higher levels of academic success. SUNY Oswego values our students by providing them with quality education, undergraduate/graduate research opportunities, scholarships, co-ops, and internships.