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Graduate Studies

We have been providing graduate education at SUNY Oswego for more than 70 years. Therefore we understand the benefits of advanced degrees and the challenges many face when returning to school. We are committed to offering affordable education with accessible delivery options. Join our expert faculty in relevant and timely seminars that will contribute to your personal and professional advancement. We are highly dedicated to your success as you take the next step.

Graduate Student Orientation


Get Ready for Graduate Student Orientation! 

The Division of Graduate Studies at SUNY Oswego invites you to attend our in-person Graduate Student Orientation. To make the orientation convenient and available to everyone, there will be a session at the main campus and our Syracuse location.

  • Meet and network with your fellow graduate students
  • Explore resources available to support your success
  • Receive recommendations from current students and faculty about achieving success in your graduate studies
  • Take home Grad School merch

Register for your preferred session by visiting our Orientation Information webpage! 

Orientation Information  

  • Tara Allen-Magner
  • Sarah Bonzon
  • Boseon Byeon
  • Jason Duffy
  • Peter Ghazarian
  • Tamara Lipke
  • Jed Locquiao
  • Maureen Melville
  • Jodi Mullen
  • Carson Nedell
  • Whalmany Ounkham
  • Andrea Pagano
  • Magdalena Rivera
  • Damian Schofield
  • Irene Scruton
  • Shelly Sloan
  • Michelle Storie
  • Peter Sterpe
  • Serenity Sutherland
  • Oluwatosin Adebiyi
  • Jamal Achille
  • David Boots
  • Sara Cooper
  • Tina Cooper
  • Sophia Cuiffo
  • Leah Daniels-Farren
  • Anna Demer
  • Gerald Gaitos
  • Mohammad Hammad
  • Muhammad Musozoda
  • Emileigh Palumbo
  • Valerie Puma
  • Grace Quinlivan
  • Danny Rafferty
  • Maria Repic
  • Catherine Rodgers
  • Allyson Schultz
  • Michael-Daniel Vodzogbe
  • Hayley Weiner
Student Orientation

your graduate student experience awaits! 

Graduate Student Orientation

New Student Orientation is our big welcome to graduate school and a great way to connect with peers and future mentors. Our asynchronous online orientation will set you at ease and give you tools that you need to succeed. The online orientation will be available on Brightspace two weeks before your starting term. In-person orientations are scheduled for August 22 at 5:30PM on the Syracuse Campus and August 23 at 10:15AM on the Oswego Campus.

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Find your program

Graduate Programs and Certificates

Oswego offers more than 40 different graduate programs and certificates which are offered on our main campus, online, or at our Syracuse campus. Most programs accept students from all undergraduate majors.

Graduate Programs

Admissions Information

Ready to Begin Your Application?

Oswego offers multiple start dates throughout the year, so you can apply when you are ready. Prospective students are encouraged to complete their applications a month in advance of their chosen semester start. 

How to Apply

Financial Assistance

Affording Graduate School

As part of the SUNY system, Oswego offers top-rated programs at an affordable cost. Our tuition is approximately one half to one quarter the cost of our private school competitors. Add to that our extensive offering of Assistantship and Scholarship opportunities and an Oswego graduate education is well within reach.

Graduate Funding

Resources and Information

Current Graduate Students

Information for our current graduate students including academic policies, degree candidacy, and other resources such as Career Services and the Writing Center.

Current Graduate Students

Give Back

Support Our Graduate Students' Success

By making a gift to the Graduate Studies Excellence Fund, you can help support our graduate students and increase access to higher education.

Make a Gift


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Post-Baccalaureate and Post-Master's


Graduate Students
Fall 2020 Enrollment

Graduate Studies

606 Culkin Hall

Phone: 315-312-3152
Fax: 315-312-3577
Email: [email protected]

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday - Friday