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In-Person Tours for Admitted Students

SUNY Oswego is excited to be able to resume a limited number of in-person tours for students who have received an offer of admission for fall 2021 and their families. Take a student-led walking tour of our beautiful, lakeside campus.

  • Check out places to engage with faculty and fellow students, study and relax;
  • Learn about living on campus, with tour stops in select residence communities;
  • Get answers to important admissions questions.

Regrettably, we are not accepting walk-in visitors at this time. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation daily and hope to offer more in-person tours, for all students, later this spring and summer. Please check our website and check your email frequently for updates.

Please note that in-person tours require pre-registration and will adhere to the following safety protocols:

  • To ensure your visit meets all of your expectations, we ask that you schedule it at least 48 hours in advance;
  • All CDC COVID-19 requirements and guidelines will be followed;
  • Tours will be limited to a maximum of ten people per tour;
  • Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, some buildings on campus may not be accessible during your visit.

Schedule an In-person Tour

NYC Metro Area Bus Trips

To make getting to SUNY Oswego easier for those residing in the NYC Metro area, we are offering a “Catch the Bus to Oz” package departing from NYC. Admitted students are invited to join us for one of these round-trip excursions. Pre-registration is required.

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Can’t Make it to Oswego?

We continue to offer a variety of engaging virtual tours, programs and of course individual appointments. All students and families are encouraged to connect with us from home!

Visit Virtually

Rich Hall at Dusk

The School of Business offers a range of undergraduate programs, interdisciplinary programs, as well as combined 5-year bachelor’s/master’s programs. Classes provide practical skills and project-based learning to complement theory.
Explore School of Business majors

Tuesday, April 13, 2021
5 – 7 pm ET
This event has passed but you may still reach the School of Business:

[email protected]

A fall day near the Village Townhouses

Residence Life and Housing Virtual Building Tours — Explore your potential home-away-from-home options. Students will give live campus/residence hall tours as you follow along online.

Sunday, April 11, 2021
2 – 4:30 pm ET
This event has passed but you may still reach Residence Life and Housing:

[email protected]

Shineman Center in spring

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers strong degree programs in traditional fields of inquiry across the humanities, social sciences and STEM fields.
Explore College of Liberal Arts and Sciences majors

Saturday, April 10, 2021
Noon – 6 pm ET
This event has passed but you may still reach the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences:

[email protected]

Undecided? Undeclared students are admitted under the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences but all admitted students and families should feel free to register and attend any of the Admitted Student programs as they explore their interests.

Oswego excels at helping students explore majors and careers that are right for them. One way to begin right now is to ask “What Can I Do With a Major In...

Tyler Hall at dusk

The School of Communication, Media and the Arts — uniting the departments of art, music, theatre and communication studies — provides you with the knowledge and experiences to pursue successful careers and rich interpersonal relationships.
Explore School of Communication, Media and the Arts majors

Friday, April 9, 2021
1:30 – 5 pm ET
This event has passed but you may still reach the School of Communication, Media and the Arts:

[email protected]

School of Education Sign

The School of Education, in the legacy of SUNY Oswego’s founder Edward Austin Sheldon, works and partners to support and promote extraordinary educators and learners.
Explore School of Education majors

Friday, March 19, 2021
1 – 6 pm ET
This event has passed but you may still reach the School of Education:

[email protected]

Have Questions?

Give us a call, we’re more than happy to help! Please direct questions not related to one of the offices listed to Admissions.

Admissions: 315.312.2250
Athletics, Intercollegiate: 315.312.3056
Financial Aid: 315.312.2248
First-Year Programs: 315.312.3068

Orientation: 315.312.5522
Residence Life and Housing: 315.312.2246
Student Accounts: 315.312.2225
Student Advisement: 315.312.2255

Transfer Services: 315.312.3638
Veteran and Military Services: 315.312.2270
Undeclared Advisement and Major Exploration: 315.312.2255