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
Our academic quality is demonstrated, extended, recognized, sought-after and heralded.
SUNY Oswego's unique education ecosystem is driven by devoted, passionate, diverse and talented faculty and staff who work collaboratively, resourcefully, and creatively to enhance our dynamic course offerings, programs, and research as well as the applied learning experiences we provide. They volunteer and contribute in the community and around the globe.
Create and deliver innovative, rigorous academic programs that match society and student need and maintain existing programs that have proven effective.
- New faculty and staff to support high-need programs
- Hybrid and online courses
- Winter and summer session courses
- Summer session total enrollment: 2,237 (Summer 2019)
- Winter session total enrollment: 878 (Winter 2019)
- Opportunities and programs for adult and alternative learners
- Open SUNY+ and SUNY Online
Support for High-Need Programs
- Geographically diverse clinical placement and practicum partners
- Total # of districts = 116 (2018-2019)
- Total # of schools = 217 (2018-2019)
- Total # of counties = 36 (2018-2019)
- Total # of placements = 961 (2018-2019)
- Total # international placements = 5 (New Zealand, England)
- Cooperative education partners
- Formal (for credit) internship opportunities
- Work-study opportunities
- Co-curricular transcript
- Student grant funding opportunities
Such as Travel Grants (R.I.S.E.), Faculty-Student Challenge Grants, Student Scholarly and Creative Activity Grants, Undergraduate Research Assistantships (URA), Rice Creek Field Station Small Grants, Helen Bohmer Daly Memorial Research Grants, GETGO! Global Experience Travel Grant
- Courses and projects available
- Study abroad and exchange
SUNY Oswego has study abroad and exchange partners in the following countries: Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica , Honduras, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Benin, Dem Rep of Congo, England, Ireland, Scotland, France , Germany, Poland , Hungary, Czech Republic, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Belgium, China, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, India, and more. For a complete list please visit the Office of International Education and Programs.
- International research partnerships
Hire and maintain diverse and accomplished faculty and staff and ensure that equitable employment policies and practices are in place across the institution.
- Number of faculty (full-time and part-time)
371 = full-time (Fall 2018)
200 = part-time (Fall 2018)
571 = total (Fall 2018)
- Faculty with terminal degrees
- Equitable job search process
- Endowed faculty positions and awards
- Gender of full-time faculty and staff
- Race/ethnicity of full-time faculty and staff
- Employee on-boarding presentations that cover history of the college, the hallmarks of an Oswego education, signature programs, strategic plan priorities and college traditions
Incorporate and infuse dynamic and effective teaching practices in curriculum across the college.
- Instructional designers
- Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)
- SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grants (IITG)
- Curriculum innovation grants
Technology Initiative Project (TIP): $75,000 provided in annual funding to faculty and staff by Campus Technology Services. This funding is intended for academic initiatives that relate to instruction, student usage, improving student usage, and/or improving student learning through the use of technology.
Implement robust and creative professional development activities readily accessible to all faculty and staff.
- Number of programs
Each year hundreds of free workshops are run for the college's faculty and staff by SUNY Oswego's CELT (Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching).
- Diversity of programs
- Participation in programs
Empower and recognize faculty and staff participation in collaborative and cross-cutting research and creative work.
- Scholarly publications
- Conference presentations
- Exhibitions, performances and shows
- Funded research projects
- Faculty grant and fellowship opportunities
- Faculty scholarly and creative recognition opportunities