Community Engagement Leads to National Rank in ‘Public Good’ Index
SUNY Oswego earned a national ranking among best colleges in their class in Washington Monthly’s annual college guide that measures how institutions benefit the public good through student upward mobility, research and civic engagement.
Ranking #69 nationally among master’s institutions, Oswego as an institution embeds these values into activities inside and outside the classroom.
The central role of community service in SUNY Oswego’s activities is reflected in the college again in 2020 earning the prestigious Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, which honors institutional commitment to community engagement.
The editors of Washington Monthly note that their rankings differ from other services in that, instead of focusing on elite universities and selectivity, their lists look at how colleges support accessibility and strive to make the world a better place.
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