SUNY Oswego | Tomorrow – Greater Impact and Success
- Welcome: Our Past as Prologue
- Our Mission in Our Times
- Performance Drivers, Key
Indicators and Impacts
Impacts Upon Our
Students and graduates thrive through knowledge, experience, perspectives and discovery gained here that animate and inform their work, their communities and their personal lives.
SUNY Oswego graduates are nimble, resilient, resourceful and inventive. They become active and loyal alumni with high levels of personal fulfillment and economic security. SUNY Oswego students and graduates provide their communities with intellectual capital, professional expertise and ethical service.
Foster a college-wide culture of caring that provides supportive, effective advisement and personalized mentoring.
- Retention of undergraduates including transfer students
75% (Freshmen Fall 2020 Cohort as of Fall 2021)
79% (Fulltime Transfer Fall 2020 Cohort as of Fall 2021)
- Residence hall occupancy
3,069 (Fall 2021)
- Class size
Average class size: 21.6
Class size <= 19 : 57% Fall 2021
Class size <= 50 : 96% Fall 2021
- Student:Faculty Ratio
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: 17 (Fall 2021)
- School of Communication, Media and the Arts: 12.6 (Fall 2021)
- School of Business: 19.3 (Fall 2021)
- School of Education: 13.3 (Fall 2021)
- College Average: 15.9 (Fall 2021)
- Technology utilized to increase retention
- Tutoring and mentoring participation
- Writing center participation
- Bachelor’s degrees granted by school
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: 641 (2020-2021)
- School of Communication, Media and the Arts: 311 (2020-2021)
- School of Business: 368 (2020-2021)
- School of Education: 282 (2020-2021)
- Graduate degrees granted by school
- College of Liberal Arts and Science: 29 (2020-2021)
- School of Communication, Media and the Arts: 14 (2020-2021)
- School of Business: 126 (2020-2021)
- School of Education: 173 (2020-2021)
- Graduation rates
- 4 Year: 48.4% (2017 Cohort, 2021 Grad Year)
- 6 Year: 66.7% (2015 Cohort, 2021 Grad Year)
Provide diversified outreach programs to increase alumni engagement and lifelong affiliation with the institution.
Plan for, recruit and retain a highly diverse, prepared and talented student body.
- 2+2 Partnerships
- K-12 Partnerships
- Tuition and fees
- Student loan default rate
Class of 2018 student loan default rates (3 years post graduation - 2021 data):
SUNY Oswego: 4.4%
Nationally (all public four-year and master's colleges): 7%
Nationally (all public and private colleges): 7.3%
- Per credit hour tuition
- Institutional scholarships
- Students in top selectivity groups
- Full-time graduate and undergraduate student enrollment
5,670 Full-time undergraduate students (Fall 2021)
368 Full-time graduate students (Fall 2021)
- Declared majors of undergraduates by discipline
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: 2827 (Fall 2021)
- School of Communication, Media and the Arts: 1183 (Fall 2021)
- School of Business: 1205 (Fall 2021)
- School of Education: 1007 (Fall 2021)
- Gender and ethnicity/race of students
- In Fall 2021, 32% of total students self-identified as culturally diverse*, the most culturally diverse student body ever.
*Culturally diverse includes students who self-identify as Hispanic, Asian, African-American, Native American, Pacific Islander or multiracial. International students are also included.
- Permanent residence of students
- Women and underrepresented students of color in STEM majors
- International student enrollment
168 international students* from 36 countries (Fall 2021)
*includes non-home exchange students **Impacted by Covid-19 pandemic.
Encourage critical thinking, leadership, synthesis of knowledge and motivation to live active, engaged lives.
- Student involvement in college and student life
Total number of student clubs and organizations: 223 (Fall 2021)
- Students enrolled in service-learning courses
- Student participation in community service
- Student participation in civic engagement
- Research/entrepreneurship/field study
- Student participation in internships, co-ops and practicums
- Post-graduate employment and job satisfaction
For the Class of 2020 as of 2021:
96% were employed and/or continuing education
84% of those employed were working in their field of choice
84% were working in New York
*For more information on these figures please see the Class of 2020 report.