This fall, the college welcomed to campus more than 2,100 new first-year and transfer students, and the college is celebrating its most culturally diverse (defined as students who self-identify as Hispanic, Asian, African-American, Native American, Pacific Islander or in more than one category) student body in the college’s history: 25.8% of the total undergraduate and
This fall nearly 2,200 new students started classes at SUNY Oswego—more than 1 in 4 from traditionally underrepresented groups and the most in history from outside Central New York. About 1,420 freshmen with a mean high school GPA of 90 and average SAT of 1,100 and 750 transfer students enrolled, a large class but a
New student applications . . . diversity . . . faculty scholarship . . . international experience. The numbers say it all. Oswego has made great progress in the last decade — and we’ve only just begun! This slideshow shows “SUNY Oswego by the Numbers” as presented by President Deborah F. Stanley at her opening breakfast this August.