History, Affiliations and Rankings
SUNY (State University of New York) was established more than 150 years ago in 1861 by Edward Austin Sheldon. It was initially built as the Oswego Primary Teachers Training School and the first one to combine object learning methods with class training. Today also the institute meets the evolving needs of employers and society by creating and adapting a broad selection of programs. SUNY Oswego is an accredited institution and a member of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
This institute offers undergraduate programs starting from accounting to zoology. It has four distinct colleges that provide 60 undergraduate majors. The institute accommodates a flexible curriculum to the students where they can opt to combine majors, add two or more minors or concentrate in selective subjects by choosing the electives. The Office of International Education and Programs (OIEP) offer two distinct campus services i.e. Education Abroad and International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS). These two services keep record of facilities provided to the college's international student community.
Accomplishments and Alumni
The strength of the institute is the teamwork of all members of the community to create a safe and secure environment through education, collaboration, communication and community empowerment. The university also has a list of distinguished alumni members. Some of the notable names of SUNY Oswego are Al Roker, Linda Cohn.
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
The university caters to the demands of international students from 140 different countries. This university thus promotes a rich student diversity at its campus . The university also ensures the development of transferable skills among students to help them get placed.