A geology professor at SUNY Oswego teaches one of the first classes to be held in the new Richard S. Shineman Center for Science, Engineering and Innovation last fall, a state-of-the-art learning facility that opened in August 2013 as part of Oswego’s ongoing campus renewal program.
Students say the nearly 200 clubs and organizations offer networking, socializing, activities and involvement opportunities galore, the publication reported.
Among the 13 SUNY comprehensive colleges, Geneseo and Purchase joined Oswego on the best-value list.
“We salute these colleges for their outstanding academics and affordability either via their comparatively low sticker prices or generous financial aid awards to students with need -- or both,” said Robert Franek, the Princeton Review’s senior vice president and publisher.
A 153-year-old college on the shore of Lake Ontario, Oswego offers more than 100 programs of study in its four academic units: the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Communication, Media and the Arts, and School of Education.
The Princeton Review is a Massachusetts-based education services company known for its college rankings. SUNY Oswego has appeared in every edition of the company’s “The Best Northeastern Colleges,” and Oswego’s School of Business appears each year in its “Best Business Schools.”