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SUNY Oswego

SUNY Oswego

SUNY Oswego

Address

Address: 7060 Route 104, Oswego, New York 13126-3599

Website: www.oswego.edu

School Details

Key Facts

SUNY Oswego enrolls more than 8,000 students, some 7,000 of them full-time undergraduates. Around 4,400 students live on campus among the college's 13 residence halls and communities. Overall, Oswego's lakeside campus stretches for almost 700 acres and includes 58 buildings.

More than 1,500 freshmen, with a mean high school grade average of 90 and average SAT of 1110 (math and verbal), enrolled in fall 2016. Around 180 Presidential Scholars with a mean high-school grade average of 95 and SAT of 1235 received this top award; an additional 640 more first-year students received Deans', Merit, Destination Oswego or Transfer Merit Scholarships. And around 700 transfer students, with an average GPA of 3.0, chose Oswego to pursue their bachelor's degrees.

Overall, SUNY Oswego annually provides more than $6.5 million in merit-based scholarships and more than $84 million in need-based grants, loans and work-study awards to support undergraduate student success at Oswego.

Entry Requirements

  • IELTS 6.0/TOEFL iBT 71
  • ELS 112
  • GAP Statement
  • Online Application through VNIS Education

Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate: Total Cost on I-20: $34,108, including:

  • Tuition fee: $16,320
  • Mandatory: $1,581
  • Health insurance: $1,179
  • Living Expenses (Hall, Full Meal plan): $14,028
  • Books & Incidentals: $1,000

Graduate: Total Cost on I-20: $31,000, including:

  • Tuition Fee: $19,410
  • Living Expenses: $11,590

Scholarships

For Undergraduate Students:

ScholarshipAmountGPASATACT
Presidential*$20,000* (4 years)93-971260-136026-29
Dean$6,000 (4 years)91-941170-123024-25
Merit$3,000 (4 years)88-911110-120022-25

Overview

State University of New York at Oswego, also known as SUNY Oswego and Oswego State, is a public college in the City of Oswego and Town of Oswego, New York, on the shore of Lake Ontario. It has two campuses: historic lakeside campus in Oswego and Metro Center in Syracuse, New York. SUNY Oswego was founded in 1861 as the Oswego Primary Teachers Training School by Edward Austin Sheldon, who introduced a revolutionary teaching methodology Oswego Movement in American education.

Academics

More than 110 programs of study offer opportunities to connect with outstanding faculty doing impressive research. Our first-year programs, research opportunities and avenues for hands-on experience start you toward potential success inside and outside the classroom. Oswego's graduate programs range across the disciplines from business to educational administration, art and chemistry to school psychology.

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