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SUNY Oneonta’s comprehensive fundraising campaign, Grow. Thrive. Live. The Future of SUNY Oneonta, ended June 30 after raising more than $33.2 million in gifts, grants, pledges and estate-planning commitments and becoming the most successful fundraising effort in university history. Every donation to the Grow. Thrive. Live. campaign is providing new and expanded funding for student scholarships and program support.
Campus community members, area officials and special guests gathered this week to celebrate the official reopening of Alumni Hall after a multi-year, $22 million renovation that transformed the building into a state-of-the-art center for learning, meeting and innovation.
SUNY Oneonta is among the top 15 public schools in the Northeast, according to U.S. News and World Report’s 2024 rankings of “Best Colleges,” released Sept. 18. 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 2023 list of “America's Top Colleges."
SUNY Oneonta’s new Community Table effort aims to increase positive student engagement downtown, combat food insecurity, and support local farms and businesses.
SUNY Oneonta’s newly unveiled Red Dragon Food Pantry will help battle food insecurity by giving students and staff free access to nonperishable food, basic needs supplies and fresh produce, thanks to campus and community partners.
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