Freshman Students

    SUNY Oneonta is the perfect size—big enough to be exciting and small enough to be personal. On campus, you’ll get the best of both academic worlds: small classes and personal attention, plus top-notch facilities, like our digital planetarium, professional TV studio and human anatomy lab. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn outside the classroom, too, whether it’s through an internship, one of more than 600 study abroad programs or research with a faculty member.

    To help you make a smooth transition to college, our First-Year Experience program offers fun activities, freshmen-only residence halls and lots of personal support. Our campus community is friendly and welcoming, and with more than 130 student organizations—from the Accounting Society to the Zombie Defense Corps—it’s easy to get involved.

    We invite you to come for a visit to explore these opportunities firsthand, and if Oneonta seems like the right place for you, we look forward to working with you on your application. Connect with us at any time along the way—we’re here to help!

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    Jean-Paul Scott ’17

    Jean-Paul Scott ’17 came to Oneonta as an Education major, but an international politics course with Dr. Brett Heindl during his first semester put him on a completely different path.

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    Freshman Students

    SUNY Oneonta is the perfect size—big enough to be exciting and small enough to be personal. On campus, you’ll get the best of both academic worlds: small classes and personal attention, plus top-notch facilities, like our digital planetarium, professional TV studio and human anatomy lab. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn outside the classroom, too, whether it’s through an internship, one of more than 600 study abroad programs or research with a faculty member.

    To help you make a smooth transition to college, our First-Year Experience program offers fun activities, freshmen-only residence halls and lots of personal support. Our campus community is friendly and welcoming, and with more than 130 student organizations—from the Accounting Society to the Zombie Defense Corps—it’s easy to get involved.

    We invite you to come for a visit to explore these opportunities firsthand, and if Oneonta seems like the right place for you, we look forward to working with you on your application. Connect with us at any time along the way—we’re here to help!

     

    Spotlight On

    Jean-Paul Scott ’17

    Jean-Paul Scott ’17 came to Oneonta as an Education major, but an international politics course with Dr. Brett Heindl during his first semester put him on a completely different path.

    Read More »
    FRESHMAN STUDENTS

    Freshman Students

    SUNY Oneonta is the perfect size—big enough to be exciting and small enough to be personal. On campus, you’ll get the best of both academic worlds: small classes and personal attention, plus top-notch facilities, like our digital planetarium, professional TV studio and human anatomy lab. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn outside the classroom, too, whether it’s through an internship, one of more than 600 study abroad programs or research with a faculty member.

    To help you make a smooth transition to college, our First-Year Experience program offers fun activities, freshmen-only residence halls and lots of personal support. Our campus community is friendly and welcoming, and with more than 130 student organizations—from the Accounting Society to the Zombie Defense Corps—it’s easy to get involved.

    We invite you to come for a visit to explore these opportunities firsthand, and if Oneonta seems like the right place for you, we look forward to working with you on your application. Connect with us at any time along the way—we’re here to help!

    Spotlight On

    Jean-Paul Scott ’17

    Jean-Paul Scott ’17 came to Oneonta as an Education major, but an international politics course with Dr. Brett Heindl during his first semester put him on a completely different path.

    Read More »

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