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SUNY Oneonta was recently named one of the top 50 “Most Affordable Colleges” in the United States by The college was also highlighted for its small classes. 
On Feb. 23, SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras announced along with the State University of New York Athletic Conference that intercollegiate athletic competition within SUNY will resume March 20. This means that SUNY Oneonta's spring student athletes — those on the college's track & field, baseball, softball, lacrosse and tennis teams — will once again be able to compete against other schools.
The State University College of Oneonta Foundation Board of Directors announced that the foundation has raised 77 percent of its $25 million goal as part of its “Grow.Thrive.Live. The Future of SUNY Oneonta” comprehensive fundraising campaign. The campaign is critical to the Foundation board’s vision of elevating its endowment to $100 million.
Today, the COVID testing center at SUNY Oneonta administered its 10,000th pool test for COVID since opening Jan. 18 in preparation for the spring semester. Pool testing results show the overall positivity rate has fallen from .74 percent in late January to .19 percent Feb. 19. Repeated testing enables college officials to detect possible spikes in COVID infections and respond in real-time to protect the campus community. Acting President Dennis Craig made the announcement in a video shared campus-wide this afternoon, calling it a milestone in the college’s fight against COVID.
A brand new Experiential Learning Center (ELC) opened this semester in the Hunt College Union, creating a bright, open space where students can learn about many of the hands-on learning experiences they can have at Oneonta.
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