News & Events
More than 400 students, staff and faculty members lent a hand this month to leave their mark on campus and celebrate the anniversary of the college’s founding by helping to paint a giant dragon wings art installation.
SUNY Oneonta’s fourth annual Mindful Mile & Fight Hunger 5K event on Sunday, Sept. 18, raised more than $5,000 for Riverside Elementary School’s Action Hero Backpack Program, a weekend meal-assistance initiative for local children.
A $9,695 grant from the Fernleigh Foundation is allowing staff at SUNY Oneonta's Biological Field Station to conduct regular testing of Cooperstown's Otsego Lake, monitor the effects of harmful algal blooms (HABs), and mitigate risk for the community.
SUNY Oneonta’s academic quad was filled with vibrant, colorful flags, booming Latin music and smiling faces as the college kicked off Latinx Heritage Month with a parade Thursday, Sept. 15. The parade was the first of several campus events organized by the Office of Equity and Inclusion and others to mark Latinx Heritage Month. Other highlights include Sept. 15 and Sept. 22 screenings hosted by the Students of Color Coalition of the popular Disney movie “Encanto” with a discussion of mental health within the BIPOC community and how it is depicted in the movie. There will also be a Latinx Heritage trivia night on Oct. 5.
SUNY Oneonta is among the top 20 public schools in the Northeast, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2023 rankings of “Best Colleges,” released Sept. 12. The U.S. News ranking is the second in recent weeks recognizing SUNY Oneonta’s academic quality and value. In August, Forbes named SUNY Oneonta to its 2022 list of “America's Top Colleges," which recognizes colleges and universities across the country that "offer an excellent education at a great price, graduate high-earners and propel students to become successful entrepreneurs and influential leaders in their fields."