Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Undergraduate Enrollment: 6,900
Tuition: $6,470 in-state; $16,320 out-of-state
Room and Board: $12,728
Profile: The State University of New York at Oswego, founded in 1861, is a comprehensive public institution offering more than 110 academic programs for both bachelors and master’s degree programs on its 700-acre lakeside residential main campus in upstate New York. Oswego enrolls approximately 8,000 students, including some 7,000 full-time undergraduates. More than 1,400 freshmen with a mean high school average of 90 and average SAT of 1100 (math and verbal), enrolled in fall 2015. Over $800 million has been invested in recent years to enhance facilities, including a center for science and engineering, a fully-renovated fine arts building, modern residence halls and new outdoor athletic facilities. Study abroad programs and internship opportunities help to continue its over 150-year commitment to experience-based learning. Opportunities for student involvement include more than 200 clubs, fraternities, sororities and 24 intercollegiate sports teams.
SUNY Oswego has been honored with national accreditations, recognition, and rankings. It receives high praise for affordability, hands-on learning opportunities, green practices, student and graduate success, excellent faculty and academic programs.
Programs:Undergraduate Majors: Accounting, American Civilization/Culture/American Studies, Anthropology/Archaeology, Applied Mathematics, Art (General), Art History, Biochemistry, Biology, Business Administration, Business/Commerce Education, Chemistry, Communications, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement, Earth and Space Science, Economics, Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Electronic Technology, Elementary Education, English, Environmental Chemistry, Finance, French, Geology, German, Graphic Arts/Design, History, Humanities, Information Technology, International Studies, Journalism, Linguistics, Literature, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Mathematics, Mechanical Technology, Meteorology, Music, Music History, Music Performance, Music Theory, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science/Government, Pre-Law, Premedical/Dental/Veterinary, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Physical Therapy, Psychology/Behavioral Sciences, Radio & Television, Secondary Education, Sociology, Software Engineering, Spanish, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Theatre/Dramatic Arts, Vocational/Occupational Education, Women/Gender Studies, Zoology
Minimum GPA: 2.3
Transfer Admissions Contact: Craig Green, Assistant Director