SUNY Police Chiefs Association Honors Three Officers

Officers Thomas Woodruff ’88 (left) and Thomas Marrone of University Police at SUNY Oswego

The State University of New York Police Chiefs Association recently honored three officers of University Police at SUNY Oswego for taking actions that saved lives. In a ceremony at its fall conference Nov. 14 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., the association presented Life Saving Awards to officers Thomas Marrone, Kelly Thompson and Thomas Woodruff ’88. Officer

Alumni Speakers Stress Importance of Hard Work at December Reception, Commencement

Photo of Speaker

Alumni keynote speakers congratulated and welcomed members of the SUNY Oswego December Class of 2017 into the Oswego Alumni Association during commencement events. On Dec. 16, more than 500 undergraduate and graduate students participated in the college’s December commencement exercises. The night before, the graduates and their families were invited to attend an hors d’oeuvres

Leone Hits 200th Win; Lakers Set 3-Point Record

Leone Hits 200th Win; Lakers Set 3-Point Record

Men’s basketball Coach Jason Leone earned his 200th victory of his career when the Oswego State men’s basketball team defeated St. Lawrence, 100-63, on Dec. 15, 2017. During the same game, Oswego buried 19 3-pointers against the Saints, breaking the old program record for the most 3-pointers in a game. Last season, the Lakers set

Annual NYC Career Connections Unites Alumni and Students


On Jan. 11, SUNY Oswego juniors and seniors met and networked with accomplished alumni living and working in the NYC area. During the day, students could choose to visit Design Works International, hosted by Nancy Fire Breslau ’83; Fox Networks Group, hosted by Wendy McCammon Lee ’92; Kellen Communications, hosted by Stephanie Meyering Beahan ’08;

Colleges of Distinction Recognizes SUNY Oswego, Cites ‘Enriching’ Experiences

Colleges of Distinction Recognizes SUNY Oswego, Cites ‘Enriching’ Experiences

Colleges of Distinction recently named SUNY Oswego to its 2017-18 listing, citing such character-building opportunities at the college as undergraduate research, a wide variety of internships and co-ops, community service and alternative breaks, intensive writing courses and tutoring, interdisciplinary programs and an array of international learning options.

College Earns Military-Friendly Designation

College Earns Military-Friendly Designation

SUNY Oswego, celebrating the first anniversary of its Battle Buddy Center in the Veterans Lounge, recently earned a significant distinction for 2018 as a military-friendly college. Military Times—digital platforms and newsweeklies for independent news and information for service members and their families—placed SUNY Oswego among its Military Times Best: Colleges 2018, formerly Best for Vets,

New Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs Builds on Campus Partnerships

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As the college’s new chief academic officer, Dr. Scott Furlong sees vitality on the SUNY Oswego campus “It’s clear that there is a strong academic tradition here,” he said in an interview just a few months into his new role. “People make a campus, and it’s evident that this campus offers the strong student-faculty interactions

Green and Gold #OswegoPride

Green and Gold Day Group Photo

The college community celebrated Green and Gold Day on Friday, Oct. 13, to kick off Homecoming 2017, inviting students, employees and alumni to show their school pride by dressing in school colors, being part of the campus-wide photo and sharing photos of themselves on social media.

New Assistant Athletic Trainer Named

Dan Collins

Dan Collins of Oneida, N.Y., joined SUNY Oswego as an assistant athletic trainer in the sports medicine office. Collins assists head athletic trainer Mike Frawley and fellow assistant Elise Fitzsimmons in the care of nearly 450 student-athletes across the college’s 24 NCAA Division III programs. Most recently, Collins had been a graduate assistant athletic trainer

Rodriguez with Top DIII Open Water Finish

Daniel Rodriguez '20 Swimming

Oswego State swimmer Daniel Rodriguez ’20 had the top finish of all Division III athletes competing in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Open Water Championship on Sept. 18 at Lone Star Lake in Lawrence, Kan. Rodriguez placed 20th out of 96 at the competition, while the next best DIII finish was 33rd. He finished the