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September 20, 2018

275 New Students Awarded Scholarships


ONEONTA, NY — SUNY Oneonta has awarded scholarships to 270 freshman and five transfer students who will begin their studies at SUNY Oneonta in the fall 2015 semester.

Since 2000, the college and its related College at Oneonta Foundation have more than tripled the number of scholarships available to SUNY Oneonta students, and more than $4 million is awarded each year.

Increasing the impact scholarships have in the lives of students was a priority of Possibilities Full of Promise, the 125th Anniversary Campaign for SUNY Oneonta, which concluded June 30, 2015, raising approximately $1 million more than its goal and helping to push the college’s endowment more than $50 million.

The following area students received scholarships to attend SUNY Oneonta this fall:

Karli Bricker of Fulton (13069) received the Catskill Scholarship in the amount of $4,000 per year. Bricker, who plans to major in Dietetics, is a graduate of G. Ray Bodley High School.

Chadwick Dunham of Central Square (13036) received the Catskill Scholarship in the amount of $4,000 per year. Dunham, who plans to major in History, is a graduate of Paul V. Moore High School.

Jordyn Fradenburgh of Hannibal (13074) received the Presidential Scholarship in the amount of $6,470 per year. Fradenburgh, who plans to major in Psychology, is a graduate of Hannibal Central School.

Cougar Moberg of Constantia (13044) received the Deans Scholarship in the amount of $3,000 per year. Moberg, who plans to major in Computer Science, is a graduate of Paul V. Moore High School.

A liberal arts institution with a strong focus on undergraduate research, SUNY Oneonta consistently gains recognition for delivering excellence and value.

The college has been named to Kiplinger’s list of “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” for nine consecutive years and sits at No. 9 on the 2015 U.S. News and World Report list of the best public institutions in the region. SUNY Oneonta enrolls 6,000 students in its 70 undergraduate majors and 14 graduate programs.

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