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  • Education Program Among Best in Nation

    NCTQ badgeSUNY Oneonta’s undergraduate program preparing future middle and high school teachers is among the best in the nation, according to a new ranking by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ).

    The council evaluated more than 700 undergraduate programs across the country based on admission standards, subject-area preparation, requirements for courses on instructional methods, guidance on how to manage a classroom, and whether programs provide and ensure the high quality of practice opportunities. SUNY Oneonta’s secondary education program ranked in the top 10 percent nationwide, at the 94th percentile.

  • 3 Named to USA D-3 Select Soccer Team

    Men's soccer player Austin HughesThree SUNY Oneonta men's soccer players--seniors Kevin Hoff, Cory Santangelo and Austin Hughes--have been selected to represent the United States as part of a USA D-3 Select Soccer Team that will tour Brazil starting next week. In addition, Red Dragons men's soccer Coach Iain Byrne will serve as the head coach of the men's team.

  • 128th Commencement

    The Class of 2017 was honored at SUNY Oneonta’s 128th commencement on Saturday, May 13.

    See a photo and video recap of Senior Week and Commencement!

    The college offered three ceremonies in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House. The ceremony for students graduating from the School of Social Science will be at 9 a.m., followed by the School of Arts and Humanities & School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences ceremony at 1 p.m. and the School of Education and Human Ecology & School of Economics and Business ceremony at 4 p.m.

  • SUNY Oneonta Named to Best Value List

    SUNY Oneonta is one of the top 300 “Best Value Colleges” in the country, according to a new ranking by Forbes magazine.

    The business journal’s “Best Value Colleges 2017: 300 Schools Worth the Investment” list, released April 26, singles out schools that deliver a “meaningful return on investment,” according to Forbes Senior Editor Caroline Howard.

  • 600 Students Volunteer During Day of Service

    Student volunteersMore than 600 students went “Into the Streets” for the annual day of service sponsored by SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community on Saturday, April 29.

    The student-led day of service began at 9 a.m. at SUNY Oneonta’s Chase Gymnasium. Teams of SUNY Oneonta students will travel to 46 assigned sites in Oneonta, Laurens, Otego, Milford, Cooperstown, Burlington, New Berlin, East Meredith and Delhi, where they spent up to six hours in volunteer activities such as painting, cleaning and window-washing at nonprofit agencies, schools and churches; clean-up at area parks and trails; and landscaping at a variety of organizations.

  • Elementary Ed Program Among top 20 in U.S.

    SUNY Oneonta’s Elementary Education program is among the top 20 in the United States, according to a new ranking of more than 800 colleges and universities by College Choice, an independent, online publication dedicated to helping students and their families find the right college.

    SUNY Oneonta ranks No. 19 out of 35 schools included on the CollegeChoice.net list of “Best Elementary Education Degrees for 2017.” No other SUNY schools are included in the rankings, which were calculated based on three main criteria: reputation, affordability and program quality.

  • Sport Management Major Approved

    This fall SUNY Oneonta will begin offering a new program within its Health and Fitness Department. The bachelor's of science degree in Sport Management combines classes in its core discipline with accounting, business, marketing, management, communications, ethics and psychology coursework, giving students fundamental knowledge and skills pertaining to organizations within the sports industry. Students can declare Sport Management as their major right now.

  • Four Students Receive Chancellor’s Award

    Four SUNY Oneonta seniors are among a select group of State University of New York students chosen to receive the 2017 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher presented the awards to the students during a reception in their honor Wednesday, April 5, at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany.

    "It is my honor to celebrate the achievements of students who have surpassed SUNY’s highest standards of academic excellence and leadership both on and off campus," said Zimpher. "Every student we recognize has demonstrated a strong commitment to their degree program, home campus, greater community, and much more. Congratulations to all of the students receiving this year’s award.”

  • College to Host Lecture on Affordable Care Act

    Dr. William StreckDr. William Streck, former president and CEO of Bassett Healthcare Network, will present a public lecture on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, on the SUNY Oneonta campus.

    Titled “Repeal and Replace the Affordable Care Act? What Social and Economic Impacts for New York?”, the lecture is sponsored by SUNY Oneonta’s Department of Political Science and Pre-Health Professions Program. It will be held in the Craven Lounge of SUNY Oneonta’s Morris Conference Center.

  • Register for Academic Exploration Day April 1, 2017

    Our 2017 Academic Exploration Day for accepted students includes presentations, campus tours, financial aid counseling, and a student services and club fair. Representatives from academic departments, student services offices, and student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions.

    Online registration is required. Admitted students will need to log in with their myOneonta username and password to register online. 

    SCHEDULE:

    9:00am Check-in and Campus Tours Begin                  
         Hunt College Union

    9:00am–11:00am Student Services and Student Club Fair   
         Hunt College Union

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News Archive

  • Education Program Among Best in Nation

    NCTQ badgeSUNY Oneonta’s undergraduate program preparing future middle and high school teachers is among the best in the nation, according to a new ranking by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ).

    The council evaluated more than 700 undergraduate programs across the country based on admission standards, subject-area preparation, requirements for courses on instructional methods, guidance on how to manage a classroom, and whether programs provide and ensure the high quality of practice opportunities. SUNY Oneonta’s secondary education program ranked in the top 10 percent nationwide, at the 94th percentile.

  • 3 Named to USA D-3 Select Soccer Team

    Men's soccer player Austin HughesThree SUNY Oneonta men's soccer players--seniors Kevin Hoff, Cory Santangelo and Austin Hughes--have been selected to represent the United States as part of a USA D-3 Select Soccer Team that will tour Brazil starting next week. In addition, Red Dragons men's soccer Coach Iain Byrne will serve as the head coach of the men's team.

  • 128th Commencement

    The Class of 2017 was honored at SUNY Oneonta’s 128th commencement on Saturday, May 13.

    See a photo and video recap of Senior Week and Commencement!

    The college offered three ceremonies in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House. The ceremony for students graduating from the School of Social Science will be at 9 a.m., followed by the School of Arts and Humanities & School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences ceremony at 1 p.m. and the School of Education and Human Ecology & School of Economics and Business ceremony at 4 p.m.

  • SUNY Oneonta Named to Best Value List

    SUNY Oneonta is one of the top 300 “Best Value Colleges” in the country, according to a new ranking by Forbes magazine.

    The business journal’s “Best Value Colleges 2017: 300 Schools Worth the Investment” list, released April 26, singles out schools that deliver a “meaningful return on investment,” according to Forbes Senior Editor Caroline Howard.

  • 600 Students Volunteer During Day of Service

    Student volunteersMore than 600 students went “Into the Streets” for the annual day of service sponsored by SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community on Saturday, April 29.

    The student-led day of service began at 9 a.m. at SUNY Oneonta’s Chase Gymnasium. Teams of SUNY Oneonta students will travel to 46 assigned sites in Oneonta, Laurens, Otego, Milford, Cooperstown, Burlington, New Berlin, East Meredith and Delhi, where they spent up to six hours in volunteer activities such as painting, cleaning and window-washing at nonprofit agencies, schools and churches; clean-up at area parks and trails; and landscaping at a variety of organizations.

  • Elementary Ed Program Among top 20 in U.S.

    SUNY Oneonta’s Elementary Education program is among the top 20 in the United States, according to a new ranking of more than 800 colleges and universities by College Choice, an independent, online publication dedicated to helping students and their families find the right college.

    SUNY Oneonta ranks No. 19 out of 35 schools included on the CollegeChoice.net list of “Best Elementary Education Degrees for 2017.” No other SUNY schools are included in the rankings, which were calculated based on three main criteria: reputation, affordability and program quality.

  • Sport Management Major Approved

    This fall SUNY Oneonta will begin offering a new program within its Health and Fitness Department. The bachelor's of science degree in Sport Management combines classes in its core discipline with accounting, business, marketing, management, communications, ethics and psychology coursework, giving students fundamental knowledge and skills pertaining to organizations within the sports industry. Students can declare Sport Management as their major right now.

  • Four Students Receive Chancellor’s Award

    Four SUNY Oneonta seniors are among a select group of State University of New York students chosen to receive the 2017 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher presented the awards to the students during a reception in their honor Wednesday, April 5, at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany.

    "It is my honor to celebrate the achievements of students who have surpassed SUNY’s highest standards of academic excellence and leadership both on and off campus," said Zimpher. "Every student we recognize has demonstrated a strong commitment to their degree program, home campus, greater community, and much more. Congratulations to all of the students receiving this year’s award.”

  • College to Host Lecture on Affordable Care Act

    Dr. William StreckDr. William Streck, former president and CEO of Bassett Healthcare Network, will present a public lecture on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, on the SUNY Oneonta campus.

    Titled “Repeal and Replace the Affordable Care Act? What Social and Economic Impacts for New York?”, the lecture is sponsored by SUNY Oneonta’s Department of Political Science and Pre-Health Professions Program. It will be held in the Craven Lounge of SUNY Oneonta’s Morris Conference Center.

  • Register for Academic Exploration Day April 1, 2017

    Our 2017 Academic Exploration Day for accepted students includes presentations, campus tours, financial aid counseling, and a student services and club fair. Representatives from academic departments, student services offices, and student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions.

    Online registration is required. Admitted students will need to log in with their myOneonta username and password to register online. 

    SCHEDULE:

    9:00am Check-in and Campus Tours Begin                  
         Hunt College Union

    9:00am–11:00am Student Services and Student Club Fair   
         Hunt College Union

News Archive

  • Education Program Among Best in Nation

    NCTQ badgeSUNY Oneonta’s undergraduate program preparing future middle and high school teachers is among the best in the nation, according to a new ranking by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ).

    The council evaluated more than 700 undergraduate programs across the country based on admission standards, subject-area preparation, requirements for courses on instructional methods, guidance on how to manage a classroom, and whether programs provide and ensure the high quality of practice opportunities. SUNY Oneonta’s secondary education program ranked in the top 10 percent nationwide, at the 94th percentile.

  • 3 Named to USA D-3 Select Soccer Team

    Men's soccer player Austin HughesThree SUNY Oneonta men's soccer players--seniors Kevin Hoff, Cory Santangelo and Austin Hughes--have been selected to represent the United States as part of a USA D-3 Select Soccer Team that will tour Brazil starting next week. In addition, Red Dragons men's soccer Coach Iain Byrne will serve as the head coach of the men's team.

  • 128th Commencement

    The Class of 2017 was honored at SUNY Oneonta’s 128th commencement on Saturday, May 13.

    See a photo and video recap of Senior Week and Commencement!

    The college offered three ceremonies in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House. The ceremony for students graduating from the School of Social Science will be at 9 a.m., followed by the School of Arts and Humanities & School of Natural and Mathematical Sciences ceremony at 1 p.m. and the School of Education and Human Ecology & School of Economics and Business ceremony at 4 p.m.

  • SUNY Oneonta Named to Best Value List

    SUNY Oneonta is one of the top 300 “Best Value Colleges” in the country, according to a new ranking by Forbes magazine.

    The business journal’s “Best Value Colleges 2017: 300 Schools Worth the Investment” list, released April 26, singles out schools that deliver a “meaningful return on investment,” according to Forbes Senior Editor Caroline Howard.

  • 600 Students Volunteer During Day of Service

    Student volunteersMore than 600 students went “Into the Streets” for the annual day of service sponsored by SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community on Saturday, April 29.

    The student-led day of service began at 9 a.m. at SUNY Oneonta’s Chase Gymnasium. Teams of SUNY Oneonta students will travel to 46 assigned sites in Oneonta, Laurens, Otego, Milford, Cooperstown, Burlington, New Berlin, East Meredith and Delhi, where they spent up to six hours in volunteer activities such as painting, cleaning and window-washing at nonprofit agencies, schools and churches; clean-up at area parks and trails; and landscaping at a variety of organizations.

  • Elementary Ed Program Among top 20 in U.S.

    SUNY Oneonta’s Elementary Education program is among the top 20 in the United States, according to a new ranking of more than 800 colleges and universities by College Choice, an independent, online publication dedicated to helping students and their families find the right college.

    SUNY Oneonta ranks No. 19 out of 35 schools included on the CollegeChoice.net list of “Best Elementary Education Degrees for 2017.” No other SUNY schools are included in the rankings, which were calculated based on three main criteria: reputation, affordability and program quality.

  • Sport Management Major Approved

    This fall SUNY Oneonta will begin offering a new program within its Health and Fitness Department. The bachelor's of science degree in Sport Management combines classes in its core discipline with accounting, business, marketing, management, communications, ethics and psychology coursework, giving students fundamental knowledge and skills pertaining to organizations within the sports industry. Students can declare Sport Management as their major right now.

  • Four Students Receive Chancellor’s Award

    Four SUNY Oneonta seniors are among a select group of State University of New York students chosen to receive the 2017 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher presented the awards to the students during a reception in their honor Wednesday, April 5, at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany.

    "It is my honor to celebrate the achievements of students who have surpassed SUNY’s highest standards of academic excellence and leadership both on and off campus," said Zimpher. "Every student we recognize has demonstrated a strong commitment to their degree program, home campus, greater community, and much more. Congratulations to all of the students receiving this year’s award.”

  • College to Host Lecture on Affordable Care Act

    Dr. William StreckDr. William Streck, former president and CEO of Bassett Healthcare Network, will present a public lecture on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 4, on the SUNY Oneonta campus.

    Titled “Repeal and Replace the Affordable Care Act? What Social and Economic Impacts for New York?”, the lecture is sponsored by SUNY Oneonta’s Department of Political Science and Pre-Health Professions Program. It will be held in the Craven Lounge of SUNY Oneonta’s Morris Conference Center.

  • Register for Academic Exploration Day April 1, 2017

    Our 2017 Academic Exploration Day for accepted students includes presentations, campus tours, financial aid counseling, and a student services and club fair. Representatives from academic departments, student services offices, and student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions.

    Online registration is required. Admitted students will need to log in with their myOneonta username and password to register online. 

    SCHEDULE:

    9:00am Check-in and Campus Tours Begin                  
         Hunt College Union

    9:00am–11:00am Student Services and Student Club Fair   
         Hunt College Union