Best School for Veterans
The Military Times, an independent source for all news related to the military, included SUNY Oswego on its 2019 Best for Vets Colleges list. SUNY Cobleskill and Buffalo State were the only other SUNY four-year schools included on the list, which considers the following factors in its rankings: university culture, academic outcomes/quality, student support, academic policies, and cost and financial aid.
The Princeton Review education services company again has ranked SUNY Oswego among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges. The company recognized Oswego in the ninth edition of its publication, The Princeton Review’s Guide to 399 Green Colleges.
Online MBA Ranked 28th Nationally
SUNY Oswego’s online master of business administration program ranked 28th—the highest of any public college in New York state—by business-school site Poets and Quants. Oswego was the only SUNY school on the list and one of four in the Empire State in the ranking that compiled admissions standards, the MBA experience and career outcomes. U.S. News previously ranked Oswego’s online MBA highest in New York state and 33rd nationally among online MBA programs.
The Fulbright Program recently named SUNY Oswego to its 2018-19 list of top producers of successful applicants for Fulbright U.S. student awards. SUNY Oswego has a school record of three current Fulbright U.S. Scholars—Michael Kaefer ’17, Christopher Byrne ’18 and Michelle Tomei ’14—who applied directly through advisor Lyn Blanchfield and the college’s Fulbright committee, which is part of the Institute for Global Engagement. Two recent Oswego alumnae—Kimberlyn Bailey ’16 and Katie Sullivan ’15—applied independently and earned the prestigious scholarships, which seek to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and of other countries.
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