SUNY Oswego Mission Statement
SUNY Oswego contributes to the common good by lighting the path to wisdom and empowering every person in the college community to pursue a meaningful life as a productive, responsible member of society.
SUNY Oswego upholds the mission of the SUNY system in its daily operations and its long-range planning. SUNY Oswego’s five Institutional Priorities of Student Success, Academic and Creative Excellence, Inclusive Community, a fiscally and environmentally Sustainable Institution, and mutually beneficial Partnerships are derived from its mission and founding principles. Our priorities are directly aligned with all seven of the Middle States Standards.
Our five Institutional Priorities are central to everything we do and are derived from our Strategic Plan and Mission Statement. In the graph above, we represent how elements of our Mission Statement drive specific Institutional Priorities (coded symbols, left panel), and in turn how those Institutional Priorities are related to specific MSCHE Standards (coded symbols right panel).
Institutional Priorities & Middle States Standards
Our five Institutional Priorities are central to everything we do. The chart below portrays where our Institutional Priorities (coded symbols, left panel) most closely align with each Middle States Standard.