Here’s where you’ll find the latest reporting of COVID-19 and its impact on the SUNY Oswego campus.

*From all positive tests on and off campus This fall, we plan to deliver a blend of online, hybrid and face-to-face courses. The Oswego experience is built on a model that encourages deep learning by surrounding students, faculty and staff with an environment that allows connections, exploration, discovery and understanding. According to this guidance, only active cases at SUNY Oswego that are characterized as on-campus would count toward the 100 metric. Our Student Emergency Fund provides financial support to students facing unanticipated expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will meet immediate student needs. These funds are available to any SUNY Oswego student who needs extra resources for a wide range of expenses or shortages that arise due to the COVID-19 pandemic . 315.312.2500, The New York State Department of Health’s guidance, Consumer Information: Student Right to Know, Students living off campus, taking class(es) remotely. As SUNY Oswego and colleges and universities across the country continue to monitor developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its potential impact on our campus, I write to you today to assure you that the health and safety of all members of our campus community, particularly those students currently studying abroad, is of utmost concern for SUNY Oswego.

If necessary, we’ll be prepared to transition all courses to online delivery. Help Oswego Students Affected by COVID-19. This fund is made possible by generous donations from the SUNY Oswego Community, we are #TogetherOZ. SUNY Oswego's exit testing policy for students departing campus this fall is approved by SUNY. Oswego, NY 13126-3599 315.312.2500, 7060 State Route 104 We are making plans for campus safety, including protocols for testing, sanitization, protective equipment, social distancing and other safety measures. Last updated: 4:05 p.m., Nov. 24, 2020, Students living off-campus, taking class(es) on-campus, New on-campus cases (within the current 14-day period) counting towards NYS 100-case threshold to move to remote learning.**. The Plan supports vibrant academic and campus life opportunities while preparing for the health and safety of our community. These groups consist of faculty governance leaders, faculty members, staff and administrators from all divisions of the college. A required daily check-in to complete before arriving on campus. COVID-19 testing details for SUNY Oswego students.

SUNY Oswego reported four new cases since yesterday. Safety is our top priority. SUNY Oswego will follow all federal, state and local health standards in our academic spaces, residential and dining halls and other facilities to reduce health risks to the best of the college’s ability. For additional reporting across Oswego and Onondaga counties, see COVID-19 dashboard links below: 7060 State Route 104 Oswego, NY 13126-3599 People from every corner of our college community have been focusing, planning and envisioning how to move “Oswego Forward.” Three groups, the COVID-19 Task Force, Academic Planning Committee, and the Health and Safety (Restart) Group were assembled to lead restart efforts. 315.312.2500, Exit COVID testing to close mid-day on Tuesday (Nov. 24), Cooper Dining Center to close out of abundance of caution, Exit Testing Plan for Students Departing Campus this Fall, Help Slow the Spread; Download the COVID Alert NY App, Oswego to transition back to in-person classes, SUNY Chancellor Institutes Emergency Directive in Response to COVID-19 Student Violations, SUNY Oswego to enter a temporary pause of in-person learning, President Stanley announces urgent and severe campus actions, SUNY Oswego takes immediate action in response to rise in positive COVID-19 cases, Stay focused and committed to our health and safety, President Stanley calls on students to "Do the right thing", COVID-19 testing details for SUNY Oswego students, Preparing for Your Arrival to SUNY Oswego - What You Must Do, Daily Health Screening required for employees working on campus, Returning to Campus - Message from Vice President Jerri Howland, "Oswego Forward" Plan is approved by SUNY, Employee Update: Telecommuting Extension / Phased Return to Campus, SUNY "Oswego Forward" Plan to welcome students back to campus in August, "Oswego Forward" - Update on our Plans for the Fall, Resources and Services Available to Students, Credit/refunds on Spring 2020 semester costs, Message from the President re. Last updated: 2:20 p.m., Nov. 22, 2020 . Oswego Forward Update for Employees. Yesterday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that some state-wide restrictions will be put in place Friday at 10 p.m. due to the increase in COVID-19 cases across New York.

As part of the reopening of SUNY campuses across New York State, our schools are answering the call for transparency and public safety by providing statistics on the COVID-19 case count at each SUNY campus and community. jQuery("#covid-updates").load( "https://www.oswego.edu/safety-on-campus/covid-19-latest-feed .take-me" ); Our Student Emergency Fund provides financial support to students facing unanticipated expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will meet immediate student needs.

315.312.2500, 7060 State Route 104 View all COVID-19 updates August 12, 2020. Students will receive additional communication confirming the instruction format of the classes they will be taking. Oswego is committed to protecting the safety and well-being of our campus and the greater Oswego and CNY communities, and that means providing up-to-date COVID-19 information. The Oswego Forward plan will remain a living document responsive to a rapidly changing environment. Residence Halls and Village Townhouses will close for the semester Wednesday, November 25, 2020, at 12 noon. Isolation occurs when a person tests positive for COVID-19. 7060 State Route 104 7060 State Route 104 This toolkit offers students, faculty and staff with access to signage, videos, and information on PPE and other campus safety measures. We are committed to delivering high quality academic experiences. Oswego is committed to protecting the safety and well-being of our campus and the greater Oswego and CNY communities, and that means providing up-to-date COVID-19 information. Here’s where you’ll find the latest reporting of COVID-19 and its impact on the SUNY Oswego campus. Message from the President. Become a Laker Hero and take the Oswego Forward Pledge. July 31, 2020. Employee Telecommuting (Working Remotely), Student Association's response on implications following COVID-19, Accessing care at Student Health Services, FAQs released related to Residence Life & Housing, Message to Students from Vice President Howland, Oswego to move to online and distance learning, All study abroad is cancelled for remainder of semester, Provost outlines academic continuity planning, State employee work-related international travel, Program suspension of study abroad programs in CDC Level 2 and 3 countries, Coronavirus (COVID-19) update to SUNY Oswego students studying abroad, Consumer Information: Student Right to Know. Email the Dean of Students to request funds. Several members of SUNY Oswego’s Health and Safety Group attend or convene weekly meetings with medical experts from local hospitals. SUNYAC Suspends Fall Sports Competition .