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SUNY Oneonta has decided not to move forward with the OH-Fest concert scheduled for tomorrow. The OH-Fest street festival will go on as scheduled from 1 to 5 p.m. on Main Street. Late this morning, the City of Oneonta revoked the permit it had issued to the SUNY Oneonta Student Association to hold the concert in Neahwa Park. This left SUNY Oneonta with the choice of either canceling the event or finding another site for it.
SUNY Oneonta has been recognized as a 2018 Tree Campus USA® by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management and for engaging staff and students in conservation goals.
SUNY Oneonta is one of the 10 best colleges in New York for landing a job after college, according to a new study published by Zippia, a career-planning, job-finding resource. The study looked at 128 public and nonprofit, four-year institutions in New York that offer at least a bachelor’s degree.
SUNY Oneonta was one of 21 colleges and universities featured in Billboard magazine's 2019 spotlight on the nation's top music industry-related programs. From a backstage Q&A with Dave Matthews, to a Music for Life freshman Living Learning Community, SUNY Oneonta gives music-minded students all kinds of opportunities to learn outside the classroom.
Sixty-four SUNY Oneonta students participated in trips last week that took them across the world and back. Some were purely educational, one focused on networking, others were service-based, and several incorporated a little of each.