Concerns may include: not feeling connected to events happening on campus, want to become more involved in clubs or organizations, not enough to do on campus, have too much free time.
Student Involvement, the Student Association and the registered student organizations at SUNY Oswego comprise the collaborative resource center, which is The Point. Student Involvement supports students as they initiate and purposefully engage in meaningful involvement experiences with other students, faculty advisors and staff in creating activities that contribute to bringing the campus to life outside of the classroom setting. These areas of involvement include but are not limited to SUNY Oswego’s community of registered student organizations, along with their online presence in Laker Life: https://lakerlife.oswego.edu. Through involvement in student organizations students develop skills in collaboration, team building, event planning, inclusion and more! Student Involvement also coordinates the ALANA Multicultural Leadership Conference, advisement of the fraternity and sorority community, the Student Involvement Fair and Awards Ceremony, along with various leadership and programming sessions and training throughout the academic year.
Campus Recreation strives to provide meaningful experiences through programs and services to our campus community in the areas of intramural sports, special events, reservation services, swimming, open recreation, equipment checkout, student input, and student employment.
Volunteering through Community Services is a great way to learn about yourself, meet like-minded people and get a head start on your career by building your resume, networking with potential employers and learning about what you love to do. Most importantly, you can make a difference in our community.
The resources of the Counseling Services Center (CSC) are offered free of charge to registered SUNY Oswego students. Counseling center staff offer individual and group counseling, as well as couples counseling when deemed appropriate after an initial consultation.
At SUNY Oswego students may become involved out of the classroom through student organizations, recreational programs and leadership development that allows students to develop and maximize skills and competencies which will give them a comparative advantage upon graduation.
The Fitness Centers strive to promote students' personal wellness by offering programs and services that enhance physical, social, and emotional wellbeing. We aspire to create a community committed to enthusiastic, lifelong involvement in physical fitness for continued happiness and personal growth.