We offer a variety of resources and tools to help you prepare for exploring career options. Whether you're just starting to consider life after graduation or you're in the middle of applying for full-time positions, you can find guidance on topics including resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles and usage, graduate school, internship and job searching, and more.
Campus dining always features fresh food with plenty of healthy selections. Our five resident dining halls are open seven days a week, and we offer a Laker Dining Dollars balance account that allows you to purchase meals and snacks at other on-campus eateries.
We value the diversity found in each member of our campus community, and we strive to create a community where that diversity is embraced and enhanced. No one is invisible. Our goal is to provide opportunities for all voices, viewpoints and backgrounds, to be heard, valued, and supported.
It’s easy to live where you learn at Oswego. You’ll find our supportive, community-oriented campus is also convenient, with everything you need to live comfortably nearby. We have a wealth of living options on campus, everything from cozy dorms to spacious suites and apartment-style living.
You learn best when you feel your best. We have many health and wellness services right on campus — go for a quick workout in one of our two fitness centers, enjoy a yoga class or get your flu shot at Mary Walker Health Center.
Performances, fine and applied arts, community service, cultural groups, athletics, politics and media, Greek life — jump right in and start enjoying campus life! We have more than 200 clubs and organizations. If there’s not a club that reflects your interests, we encourage you to start a new one.