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High School Programs

SUNY Oswego in the High School

SUNY Oswego in the High School is a cooperative program between SUNY Oswego and participating high schools in New York State. The program allows highly motivated, academically eligible, high school junior and senior students to earn college credit in their own high school at a reduced cost.  Courses and instructors are approved by SUNY Oswego academic departments.

New Vision

New Vision is a competitive, rigorous, immersion-based program for high school seniors who have an interest in exploring a career in allied health and other specialized fields.  This program is offered by CiTi  for high school seniors enrolled in Oswego County school districts.  CiTi and SUNY Oswego partner to provide New Vision students the ability to earn 12 SUNY Oswego credits by taking a series of college courses taught by credentialed CiTi instructors. 

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New Students Start Here

Apply

If you are taking a SUNY Oswego in the High School Program course for the first time complete the below steps.

Step 1 Complete the High School Program Application. Please use an email you check frequently when completing the application process.

Step 2 After your application is submitted SUNY Oswego will send you an email.  

STEP 3 Follow the instructions in this email. The email contains your nine digit SUNY Oswego student ID number and a link needed to activate your SUNY Oswego email & obtain your Laker NetID (this may not be immediate) so you can register for the class offered at your high school.

STEP 4 Go To Registration Step 2.

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Returning Students Start Here

Registration

If this is not your first time taking a SUNY Oswego in the High School Program course, do not complete the application.

Step 1 If you haven't already, Activate SUNY Oswego email and obtain Laker NetID

Step 2 Use your LAKER NetID to login to MyOswego and register for classes.  Choose Current Students, Faculty, and Staff Single Login. If you forgot your Laker NetID you can reset it. Go to oswego.edu/reset. You will need your SUNY Oswego student ID number and birthdate to reset. If you do not have the ID number email the high school programs coordinator at highschoolprograms@oswego.edu.

STEP 3  Pay For Your Course(s) You can also pay through your myOswego account.

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Completed Your Course(s)

Transcripts & Transferring Credit

Transcripts 
A transcript is a student’s official record of all course work at SUNY Oswego.  You can order your transcript in your myOswego account.  Under the "Student Records" tab choose "Transcripts Plus" to order.  If you have any questions please contact the SUNY Oswego Registrar for more information on transcripts.

 

Transferring Credit
Students may use their credits earned at SUNY Oswego or submit for transfer to the college or university of their choice. It is at the discretion of each institution to approve the transfer of SUNY Oswego credits.

Resources

High school students that take courses through the SUNY Oswego in the High Schools program are able to access many campus resources that enhance their experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Key Terms

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How To Help

Parents

Taking a course through the SUNY Oswego High School Programs helps students understand and execute the expectations required of college. You can support your student by discussing key information, deadline reminders, and program expectations while allowing them to complete all of the necessary requirements.

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Expectations

Student Code of Conduct

While taking a SUNY Oswego course, high school students must abide by SUNY Oswego’s Student Code of Conduct as it applies to their course enrollment. 

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Partnering With Oswego

Teachers & High School Administrators

High school teachers interested in teaching courses through SUNY Oswego's concurrent enrollment program should have an advanced academic degree, significant teaching experience in their respective field and must meet the requirements to teach as an adjunct at SUNY Oswego.  Additional qualifications may be required by the SUNY Oswego academic departments.  High school teachers must be approved by SUNY Oswego to teach each course, regardless of a previous role as an adjunct instructor or experience teaching in another concurrent enrollment program.  Please contact the High School Programs Coordinator directly or submit the interest form for more information.  

Office

Division of Extended Learning

151 Marano Campus Center
Oswego, NY 13126

Contact

Phone: 315-312-2270
Fax: 315-312-3078
Email: extlearn@oswego.edu

Hours

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Wednesday