Prospective Students

We invite you to learn about our diverse academic programs, outstanding facilities, and unique living and learning opportunities as you transition from military to academic life. For information about admissions requirements and academic programs, visit the links below:

As a prospective student, it is important for you to speak with your Educational Services Officer (ESO) or another educational counselor within your area of military service prior to enrolling in this or any other institution.

Students who are veterans, active duty, reservists, and those using veterans’ benefits are all provided priority registration to ensure timely degree completion. 

Credit for Incoming Students 

The college awards credit for basic training and other military courses.

Course Equivalency Tool - Prospective Students
Includes Military equivalencies. Look for "CFME" in the above tool.

Cost Information

Financial Aid Application Process and Timeline

Cost of Attendance Information 

Student Accounts - Tuition and Fees Breakdown

Key Dates

College Calendar

Fall Key Dates & Deadlines

Spring Key Dates & Deadlines

Campus Resources for Current Students 

Transferring  Credit from Another Institution- Currently Enrolled Students
Includes Military equivalencies. Look for "CFME" in the above tool.

Degree Works Audit Tool - (Login required)
Upon admission, each degree student is provided with access to Degree Works which outlines specific program requirements needed for graduation. The Office of Academic Advisement and your assigned Faculty Advisor can assist if you need guidance choosing the courses that meet your degree requirements.

BLACKBOARD Learning Management System - (Login required)
Upon enrolling in coursework each student will gain access to this course content system provided the instructor has enabled access for the course.

myOneonta (Login required)
myOneonta is your secure gateway to the College's online services. Current students, faculty, staff, new students, and alumni can access and manage academic and administrative information and services quickly and easily. This is where you look for important links provided by the Registrar, Student Accounts, Academic Advisement, Financial Aid and Admissions and many other offices. myOneonta is where you will find convenient links to such things as email, grades, billing information, course schedules, course management tools, the library database, and announcements.

Helpful Links for Veterans

Find a Vet Center | Counseling Veteran Students 
Otsego County Veterans Service Agency 
 NYS Division of Veteran Affairs | Service Members Opportunity Colleges (SOC) 
DANTES - Defense Activities for Non-Traditional Education Support
POST 9/11 GI BILL  |  SUNY Veteran Affairs  | Guide to Online Military Student Resources 
NYNG Education Services

These sites are sponsored by federal, state, and local governments or organizations and as such SUNY Oneonta does not maintain. 

Cost & Aid

SUNY Oneonta is committed to providing an exceptional educational experience at an affordable cost. Visit our Cost & Aid page for more information. In addition to grants, loans and scholarships available through traditional Federal and State programs, SUNY Oneonta participates in many aid programs provided exclusively for qualified veterans.

The following links will inform and assist you as you consider your higher education choices:

Financial Aid Options for Veterans
Tools for Financial Planning

The Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 requires educational institutions to make certain disclosures to students using federal military and/or VA educational benefits. You can access a personalized data sheet by visiting the SUNY Net Price Cost Calculator  and selecting Oneonta from the dropdown. Additional financial information can be found at the NCES College Navigator site. 

The SUNY Financial Aid Plan (FAP) will provide a more in-depth analysis and accurate picture of student cost once the student has filed their FAFSA, completed a SUNY application, and has been accepted by a campus.

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