The Division of College Advancement
308 Netzer Admin Building
Oneonta, New York 13820
It’s no secret that the cost of a college education is rising faster and higher than most families can afford. Tuition at SUNY Oneonta is a great value when compared to many colleges and universities, but the offer of a scholarship is a key factor inallowing many economically disadvantaged students to experience a SUNY Oneonta education.
In addition to supporting hard-working, high-achieving students from middle-class and working-class families, scholarships assist the College in recruiting and retaining top students representing myriad backgrounds and experiences.
Possibilities Full of Promise will grow existing scholarships and establish new scholarship opportunities, helping students to receive an affordable, high-quality education without the crushing burden of excessive excessive student loan debt after graduation.
Feeling the impact @ home
Mifuyu Otsuka - Recipient of the OAS International Scholarship
Sometimes, changing your major really can pay off. In Karl Lange’s case, changing his major to Business Economics paid off in a way he never thought possible. Based on his academic performance and campus engagement, Karl was awarded the Joel Meyerson ’80 Scholarship, a scholarship established for well deserving Business Economics majors. Read more
Coming from Queens, NY, it didn’t take long for Taylor Hogan to find her second home among the hills upon her arrival in 2010. Now in her senior year, Taylor finds herself busier than ever. As a resident advisor in Hulbert Hall, the Business Manager of Alpha Psi Omega (APO, a nationally recognized theatre honor society), a summer on-campus conference assistant, a member of Phi Delti Chi sorority, and admissions tour guide, Taylor champions a sense of community and open-mindedness. Read more
Danielle Kennedy’s competitive drive, time management skills, work ethic and confidence have been on display since her arrival as a freshman in 2009. Her leadership and nationally recognized abilities led Danielle to being named SUNY Oneonta Female Athlete of the Year in 2013. Academically, Danielle is pursuing a degree in Mass Communications with hopes of a career in network television news. Read more