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September 20, 2018

Area Transfer Students Receive Scholarships From SUNY Oswego


OSWEGO, NY — SUNY Oswego has made Merit awards to a select group of transfer students from the area who are starting at the college in fall 2015.

Steven M. Jester of Main Street in Phoenix, a junior majoring in meteorology, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Onondaga Community College.

Christina M. Pieropan of U.S. Route 11 in Parish, a junior majoring in human resource management, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Cody L. Brett of Middle Road in Oswego, a senior majoring in sociology, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Coastal Carolina College.

Kevin M. O’Connor of West Van Buren Street in Oswego, a senior majoring in finance, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Kylie Clifford of North Sixth Street in Fulton, a junior majoring in human development, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Kali Domicolo of County Route 1 in Mexico, a junior majoring in wellness management, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Monroe Community College.

Ryan Wiszniewski of Jones Road in Martville, a junior majoring in software engineering, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Amanda A. Shatrau of Walradt Street in Fulton, a junior majoring in childhood education, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Abigail Henderson of East Sixth Street in Oswego, a junior majoring in childhood education, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Emily R. Swenson of Irwin Road in Sterling, a junior majoring in computer science, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Tristan Madden of Hidden Meadow Road in Williamstown, a senior majoring in psychology, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at William Paterson College New Jersey.

Nicole R. Damboise of County Route 57 in Fulton, a junior majoring in psychology, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Kara S. Hann of Wilson Road in Central Square, a junior majoring in history, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Onondaga Community College.

Briana M. Hnatko of Emery Street in Fulton, a junior majoring in public relations, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Nathan Gray of West Seneca Street in Oswego, a junior majoring in wellness management, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Jefferson Community College.

Benjamin A. Manzer of Brandybrook Lane in Phoenix, a junior majoring in computer science, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Onondaga Community College.

Cassie L. Goldthwait of East Fifth Street in Oswego, a junior majoring in wellness management, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Morrisville State College.

Donald Cleveland of Mount Pleasant Road in Fulton, a junior majoring in history, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Rachael Templeton of Peck Road in Pulaski, a junior majoring in adolescence education, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Jefferson Community College.

Courtney M. Neville of State Route 176 in Fulton, a junior majoring in global and international studies, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Andrew J. Munger of State Route 3 in Mexico, a junior majoring in psychology, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Stephanie L. Martens of South Main Street in Central Square, a junior majoring in biochemistry, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Onondaga Community College.

Benjamin M. Parsons of County Route 54 in Pennellville, a junior majoring in accounting, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. He last studied at Houghton College.

Amanda A. O’Bryan of Cemetery Drive in Hannibal, a junior majoring in psychology, received a Transfer Merit Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Marcus Farnham of State Street in Phoenix, a junior majoring in public justice, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. He last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Christopher Darling of Sauers Drive in Fulton, a junior majoring in graphic design, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. He last studied at Bryant & Stratton.

James R. Barham of East 10th Street in Oswego, a junior majoring in meteorology, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. He last studied at Onondaga Community College.

Emily Chartrand of County Route 25 in Oswego, a junior majoring in finance, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Gavin M. Gilbert of Creamery Road in Oswego, a junior majoring in public justice, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. He last studied at Onondaga Community College.

Christine E. King of Nichols Road in Martville, a junior majoring in human resource management, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. She last studied at Cayuga Community College.

Thomas A. Glenister of County Route 2 in Pulaski, a junior majoring in computer science, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. He last studied at Onondaga Community College.

Selena R. Gancasz of Dylan Drive in Central Square, a junior majoring in psychology, received a Transfer Achievement Scholarship. She last studied at Onondaga Community College.

SUNY Oswego’s merit awards recognize students’ past academic achievements and potential for success. A select group among the more than 640 transfer students received the awards. The Transfer Merit Award is $1,000 and the Transfer Achievement Award is $2,000; for deserving non-New York State students, the total award can be as much as $33,000 or $34,000, respectively, in combination with a Destination Oswego scholarship.

The awards are part of about $5 million in merit scholarship money offered at SUNY Oswego. These funds are in addition to the more than $80 million in need-based grants, loans, work-study and scholarship awards that SUNY Oswego students receive annually.

About SUNY Oswego

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2015, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2015 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges,” as well as its 2015 list of “best value” colleges and universities nationally. Kiplinger’s also named SUNY Oswego a 2015 Best Value College.

A 154-year-old comprehensive college in the State University of New York system, Oswego enrolls about 8,000 students in its College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; School of Business; School of Communication, Media and the Arts; and School of Education.

Visit oswego.edu for more information

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