Educational exploration is a way of life at Oswego. Academics are rigorous, and learning goes way beyond sitting in a classroom — it’s enhanced by new experiences, real-world research and project-based problem solving across all disciplines.
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President Peter O. Nwosu invites the campus to the Sept. 28 State of the University Address. Reserve a free ticket by Sept. 20.
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It's been great working with the faculty, and definitely athletics, they've been great. They really gave me a lot opportunities to come and work for them and expand my interests beyond my major.
I was able to play with Symphoria a couple years ago, I toured in the last six months with a flutist from Symphoria. I can guarantee you, I wouldn't have gotten opportunities like that at [other schools].
At Oswego, there’s always something going on. We invite engaging speakers from around the world to share their expertise, alumni return to discuss their after-college experiences, and we host accomplished musicians and art exhibitions. You'll also find opportunities to unwind, cheer on your fellow Lakers at our numerous sporting events or catch a movie through our foreign film series.