Location: SUNY Oneonta is located in the city of Oneonta (pop. 14,000), about halfway between Albany and Binghamton.
Campus: 250 acres on main campus
284 acres at College Camp
2,600 acres at Biological Field Station in Cooperstown
Tuition - $5,570
Fees - $1,317
Room and Board $10,032
Total In-State Tuition: $16,919
Out-of-State Tuition: $25,366
Room and Board: $10,032
Total Out-of-State Tuition: $26,169
Total undergraduate enrollment: 5,800
Male/female ratio: 42 to 58
Multicultural population: 13%
Geographic origin of student body within New York state:
Central (Syracuse, Binghamton, Utica areas): 21%
Hudson Valley (mid & upper Hudson, Westchester): 23%
Long Island: 25%
New York City: 7%
Northeast (includes Capital Region) 18%
States Represented: 26
Foreign Countries Represented: 19
2012 Freshman Class Profile
Average combined SAT score: 1130
Average high school GPA: 91
Applications received: 12,050
Acceptance rate: 43%
2012 Transfer Class Profile
Average incoming GPA: 3.2
Applications received: 2,312
Acceptance rate: 44%
Full time: 253
Part time: 230
Faculty with highest degree in their field: 86%
Undergraduate majors: 70
Undergraduate student to faculty ratio: 18 to 1
Average class size: 21 students
Graduate and post-baccalaureate programs: 9
Nationally accredited programs:
State-of-the-art science building features:
Music opportunities include:
3 digital recording studios, including one with tunable walls
18 performing ensembles
Teaching excellence: No. 41 on U.S. News and World Report’s 2012 list of “Best Regional Universities” in the North
Value: Named to Kiplinger’s magazine’s rankings of “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” for six years running.
Community: One of 311 higher education institutions nationwide awarded the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Community Engagement Classification in recognition of civic partnerships and service learning activities, and named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll every year since the Honor Roll’s inception in 2006.
Sustainability: One of 322 colleges nationwide included in 2012 Princeton Review’s “Guide to Green Colleges".
Satisfaction: 84% freshman retention rate
55 student DJs at WONY 90.9 FM, the college radio station
2 art galleries
9 NCAA national titles
126 recognized student clubs, honor societies and organizations
5 fraternities, 8 sororities
1 faculty member nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize
55,763 hours of community service performed by students last year
216 student participants in 2012 Student Research & Creative Activity Day
7 study abroad partner universities
90,000+ cups of coffee sold at our Starbucks last year
DID YOU KNOW?
Our College Camp Observatory has the largest optical telescope in New York state.
Our new Lake Management master’s program is the first in the nation.
Our Cooperstown Graduate Program is one of only two museum studies programs in the country located on a museum campus.