The Oswego Forward plan will remain a living document responsive to a rapidly changing environment. The Plan supports vibrant academic and campus life opportunities while preparing for the health and safety of our community.View Oswego Forward Plan
SUNY Oswego has announced that it will transition back to in-person classes beginning Monday, Oct. 5, 2020.
As the college makes this return to the classroom, SUNY Oswego will still maintain all other pause-related restrictions put in place to help curb the spread of the virus on campus.
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Our Student Emergency Fund provides financial support to students facing unanticipated expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will meet immediate student needs. This fund is made possible by generous donations from the SUNY Oswego Community, we are #TogetherOZ.
These funds are available to any SUNY Oswego student who needs extra resources for a wide range of expenses or shortages that arise due to the COVID-19 pandemic . Email the Dean of Students to request funds.
Health and Safety
Safety is our top priority. SUNY Oswego will follow all federal, state and local health standards in our academic spaces, residential and dining halls and other facilities to reduce health risks to the best of the college’s ability. We are making plans for campus safety, including protocols for testing, sanitization, protective equipment, social distancing and other safety measures.
We are committed to delivering high quality academic experiences. This fall, we plan to deliver a blend of online, hybrid and face-to-face courses. Students will receive additional communication confirming the instruction format of the classes they will be taking. If necessary, we’ll be prepared to transition all courses to online delivery.
The Campus Experience
The Oswego experience is built on a model that encourages deep learning by surrounding students, faculty and staff with an environment that allows connections, exploration, discovery and understanding. Residential, dining and social experiences, and student support services will be available but delivery will be modified to ensure the health and safety of our campus community.
People from every corner of our college community have been focusing, planning and envisioning how to move “Oswego Forward.” Three groups, the COVID-19 Task Force, Academic Planning Committee, and the Health and Safety (Restart) Group were assembled to lead restart efforts. These groups consist of faculty governance leaders, faculty members, staff and administrators from all divisions of the college.
Several members of SUNY Oswego’s Health and Safety Group attend or convene weekly meetings with medical experts from local hospitals. Campus leaders and Health and Safety Group members also regularly consult with and share restart strategies with local higher education, medical, business and civic leaders.