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Student Resources

The Office of the Dean of Students serves as a central hub for resources when students don’t know who to ask or where to go for help.

Our campus offers a wealth of services and resources, but sometimes it can be difficult to find exactly what you are looking for. We can help! We've compiled some of the most popular and sought-after resources on this page. If you still have questions, feel free to call our office at 315-312-5483 or email [email protected].

Two business students sitting at a table interacting with each other

Managing Finances

The right tools, resources, and education can help you learn how to manage your finances and improve your overall financial wellbeing.

Financial Wellbeing

Sleep Health

Sleep Health

Getting enough sleep is not a luxury - it's something people need for good health.

Sleep Health

Health and Wellbeing Resources

Sexual and Reproductive Health
  • Sexperts: Sexperts are students who have extensive training on the topic of sexual and reproductive health and share that knowledge with their peers through programs and outreach. They have a stock of supplies at every program. To become a Sexpert, please look for the experience on Handshake or email [email protected]
  • OCO Reproductive Health is on campus in Walker Health Center on Thursdays from 8:30am-4:30pm when classes are in session. This is a confidential, inclusive service. Services provided include: consultations or questions about sexual health needs, reproductive problems or concerns, contraception, STD treatment. Call/text 315-402-8689 for an appointment.
  • Condom/prophylactic availability:
    • Health Services: Students can receive regular, internal, flavored, and magnum condoms from Health Services waiting rooms, bathrooms, and exam rooms. These are offered free of charge. 
    • Vending Machines: Trojan-Enz condoms (3 in an envelope for .75). They are labeled with the contents and expiration date.
    • Sexual Health Vending Machine located in Penfield is free
    • Junk Mail: Students can place an order online for products. Simply fill out our Junk Mail order form. On-campus students can have items delivered to their residence hall room via inter campus mail. Off-campus students can arrange to pick up items from our office.
    • SHOP: We carry a fully supply of products, including all products that are on the Junk Mail order form. See SHOP webpage for hours of operation. 
    • Residence Halls: Residence hall directors and staff can request products to have on hand for students. Type and quantity may differ per residence hall. See your RA for information.
    • Large Quantities: To request large quantities of condoms or other products, students should send an email to [email protected]. Please provide the products you'd like and the date these are needed.
Mental Health
  • National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Call or text 988
  • Counseling Services Center: Call 315.312.4416. After hours crisis line for weekends and holidays: 315.312.4416, push number 2 when prompted. A crisis counselor will speak with you immediately.
  • Services to Aid Families (SAF): Domestic violence and sexual assault support. 24-hour hotline: 315-342-1600 or toll-free 1-877-342-7618
  • DeStress for Success: Gain skills to increase resilience, cope with stress, promote mindfulness, strengthen communication skills, and form healthy habits. For more information, please contact [email protected].
  • Sleep Health
  • Togetherall is a safe, anonymous, online (24/7) peer community to support your mental health. FREE to all students using your Oswego email.
Equity and Inclusion
  • Safe Zone: Understand the difference between sexual orientation, gender expression and gender identity as well as ways to be more inclusive. For more information, please contact [email protected].
  • Recovery Ally Training: Explore addiction 101, addressing stigma associated with addiction, and how to be an effective ally for those in substance abuse recovery. For more information, please contact [email protected].
  • James A. Triandiflou Institute for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Transformative Practice
  • Transgender Care
  • Trans Student Resources and Services
  • Gender Inclusive Housing on campus
  • All-gender restrooms can be found in the following locations:
    • Marano Campus Center Arena, 1st floor: ADA Unisex Restroom
    • Tyler Hall, basement and second floor: ADA Unisex Restroom
    • Scales Hall: all-gender single occupancy restroom on each floor
    • Walker Health Center: three all-gender restrooms
    • Waterbury Hall: all-gender single occupancy restroom on each floor
    • Waste baskets can be found in the stalls of the men's rooms in Funnelle, MCC, and the Library


Alcohol and Other Drug Education
  • Recovery Ally Training: Recovery Ally Training is intended for both students and staff who want to be an ally for those in recovery from substance abuse. Recovery Ally training educates participants on Addiction 101, addressing stigma associated with addiction, how to be an effective ally and resources for recovery. For more information, please contact [email protected].
  • Naloxone Training: Learn how to recognize the signs of an opioid overdose and administer the opioid overdose reversal drug Naloxone. For more information, please contact [email protected].
  • AOD Education
  • Counseling Services Center
  • Farnham Family Services
Physical Health
  • Sleep Health - getting enough sleep is not a luxury, it's something people need for good health
  • Campus Recreation - including Intramural Sports, Fitness Centers, Club Sports, Aquatics, Iceskating and more.
Sexual and Interpersonal Violence

Emergency Services


Campus Resources

Commuters, Transportation & Parking
Life on Campus
Legal Services
  • Student Association (SA): Provides Legal Aid services for students who have paid the mandatory student activities fee. Legal advice, contract review and 1:1 legal counseling are available. Fall 2022 office hours are in The Point on Wednesdays from 4:30 - 6:00 pm and Thursdays from 1:00 - 2:30 pm.  Drop-ins are welcome! Students may also email Kristin Shanley at [email protected].
  • Legal Services for Oswego County
  • Good Samaritan Policy: Under the Good Samaritan Policy the victim or the witness is not subject to formal disciplinary actions with the college. SUNY Oswego encourages a witness or a victim of an AOD related emergency to seek medical assistance right away.
Job and Resume Building
Adult Students

Student Leadership Positions 

The Office of the Dean of Students offers various student leadership positions. These are great opportunities to develop skills, gain new knowledge and experience, make connections, and give back to the campus community.

A group of peer educators

Oz Peer Eds

Take part in the creation and delivery of positive health messaging via outreach, social media messaging, and programming.

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The Sexperts

Receive extensive training on sexual and reproductive health and share that information with other students and peers.

SHOP volunteers sorting through donations

Students Helping Oz Peers

Volunteer at the student-run food and clothing pantry to meet people, help others, and give back to the community. Open evenings and weekends.

Front view of Sheldon Hall and statue

Hearing Board Member

Receive training to serve on the Student Conduct Board. Board members hear cases of alleged violations and are part of the decision-making process.

Office Of The Dean of Students

501 Culkin Hall

Oswego, NY 13126


315-312-5483, Fax: 315-312-2503

[email protected]


M-F, 8am-4:30pm

Summer Hours: M-F, 8am-4pm