GoSTEM Summer Institute

This week, 24 middle schoolers from Otsego, Delaware and Chenango counties are participating in the annual GoSTEM Summer Institute, a day camp held at SUNY Oneonta for seventh, eighth, and ninth-graders. The theme of this year’s Institute is “How It Works – Nature Tech, Nature Inspiring Technology.”

Get Ready for Orientation

Education Programs Among Best in Nation

SUNY Oneonta’s undergraduate programs preparing future teachers are nationally ranked for quality and value.

Archeology Field School

Eight SUNY Oneonta students participating in the Pine Lake Archaeological Field School this summer are seeing firsthand what it would be like to work as archeologists. And they’re digging it.

The Class of 2017 is off and running

Summer Courses Abroad

When students study at SUNY Oneonta, their summer breaks tend to be anything but ordinary.

Profiles

Students
"One of my favorite academic experiences was the Persuasions class. We really got to pick apart different advertising campaigns that we look at in everyday life. We learned why different colors are used in ads and why certain models are used. It stuck with me, even after taking the class."
Faculty and Staff
The thing you can’t miss about Tracy Allen is his passion--for traveling, mentoring, adventure, and the natural world.
Alumni
"I’ve wanted to be a pediatrician for as long as I can remember. Medicine is the only career where I can integrate my love for science and discovery and problem-solving with social interaction."
Students
"When I came here, I thought I wanted to be a designer for men’s suits, but I discovered a real passion for the outdoors. I got a job over the summer at a Boy Scout camp in New Mexico and found that I loved working with outdoor gear. Now, I want to open my own store selling outdoor gear in the Midwest."
Students
"Becoming an RA was really great. Before that, even though I wanted to step out of my comfort zone, my friend circle was only international students, with a few American students."
Students
"One of my best experiences so far was getting to travel to New Orleans in February with a class for the wetlands restoration trip. We spent a week in the wetlands, being immersed in the culture there. It was an incredible time with even better people--an experience I surely won’t forget. I am returning next year to be a TA on the trip."
Students
"I studied abroad in Ireland, which was absolutely one of the coolest, best experiences I’ve ever had. I met lifetime friends and found out more about myself in those six months than I think I ever have."
Students
"I’ve been doing live sound ever since middle school, so I was looking for a major that would allow me to pursue that live music experience while also learning the business side of the industry. When I came here, the staff really helped me out with learning how the studio works and how to record music."
Students
"I was the type of kid that didn’t play with Barbies. I played weather station, and set up a whole news station in my bedroom. When I saw that, if I came here, I could make that come to life, I knew this was the right place for me."
Students
"Coming in with the mindset to get involved early as a freshman and sophomore and step out of your comfort zone is really important. I really pushed myself to join new clubs, and that led to more than I could have ever imagined. The community here is really great."
Faculty and Staff
Two things you need to know about Jacqueline Bennett: she hates waiting for things to boil, and she’s fascinated by things that glow.
Students
"I was born in Ecuador and lived there until I was 5. My goal in life is to give back to countries where the poverty line is very low, helping people who live there access water and education."

Fast Facts

Cost
Cost
2017-18 ESTIMATED COST
In-state tuition: $6,670
Out-of-state tuition: $16,320
Room and board: $12,658
Fees: $1,466
Campus Population
Campus Population
6,056 Total Enrollment
35 to 65 Male/Female Ratio
SUNY Oneonta Location
Location
SUNY Oneonta is located in Central New York in the city of Oneonta (pop. 14,000),
about halfway between Albany and Binghamton.
Graduation Rate
Graduation Rate
Six-Year Graduation Rate: 72%
Full-Time Faculty
Faculty
433, full & part time
85% of full-time faculty with highest degrees in their field
22% non-white students
Diverse Population
22% non-white students
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