The Oswego Alumni Association hosts and sponsors several student programs with support from The Fund for Oswego.
FANs - Future Alumni Network
A group of prestigious student leaders dedicated to raising awareness of the Oswego Alumni Association and The Fund for Oswego amongst their fellow peers, faculty and staff.
We host an annual event with alumni and legacy students, take family photos and learn about opportunities for scholarships available to legacy students. Take an optional tour of King Alumni Hall to see Oswego State memorabilia and check out our yearbook collection.
New York City Career Connections
On January 7, 2016, more than 30 SUNY Oswego Alumni from the NYC Metropolitan area, representing a wide range of careers, will share their personal experiences and expertise with nearly 150 current Oswego juniors and seniors!
Senior Class Program
There are hundreds of scholarships available for current students. Find the right scholarship for you today!
Senior Class Program
The Senior Class Planning Committee (SCPC) is a group of seniors devoted to making your senior year at SUNY Oswego a memorable one. The group meets once a month in King Alumni Hall. Their goal is to develop new ideas for 1/2 Way to Grad Day, Senior Week, the Senior Class Gift and they also coordinate the senior t-shirt logos.
Welcoming Torchlight Ceremony
The Annual Welcoming Torchlight Ceremony celebrates 27 years on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016, in the Marano Campus Center Convocation Arena. With this honored tradition, nearly 2,000 current students, faculty and staff welcome new freshmen and transfer students into our academic community.
The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations are seeking interns to assist in the operation of several programs in the office. This is an excellent opportunity to gain professional experience in public relations, interpersonal communication, time and organizational management, and working with a variety of computer programs. These positions will also allow opportunity to meet alumni of the institution and give insight into the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations.