SUNY Oneonta Reviews
SUNY Oneonta is a great school- even though it is located in a little town that is in the middle of nowhere, there is still plenty of stuff to do on campus and off campus. The anthropology department at my school is really great if you are looking to go into the field or double major in anthropology- the building the department is in is new and the professors are great.
A good liberal arts and education college. I found the instructors very thorough.With Hartwick College across the street soccer is the main sporting event. Both schools are generally nationally ranked every year. there is a vibrant social scene. Generally half the student body lives off campus
SUNY College at Oneonta is a great place for students to obtain their Bachelor's degree without the financial burden that private universities put on their students. There are plenty of networking, research, internship, and community opportunities for the students enrolled.
SUNY Oneonta was the best decision I've ever made. The second I arrived to take a tour, I felt like I belonged. The atmosphere is beautiful, the buildings are up to date, and the people are overwhelmingly nice. After my decision to enroll, I could not wait to begin. My freshman experience was amazing. The dorms were brand new, the staff was so helpful, and I made friends immediately. I fell in love with the town itself as well. Most things are in walking distance, and there are some amazing restaurants and sights to see in the area. I loved Oneonta because I saw so many familiar faces throughout my four years, but also was exposed to new people everyday. Those four years flew by, and I wish more than anything I had more time up there. I wholeheartedly believe Oneonta is the best place on earth.
SUNY Oneonta's Childhood Education program is well structured and provides students with plentiful hands-on experiences in elementary classrooms. My one critique is the faculty's lack of training in test preparation for important certification exams like the edTPA.
Excellent hands-on learning opportunities that lead to a thorough generalist understanding of how museums are run. Small class size and professors with in the field experiences enhance the quality of the education.
SUNY Oneonta was a wonderful school in the rural middle of NYS. It was a beautiful setting (especially in the fall) for students to form lifelong friendships while pursuing a career. My most enduring friendships were formed while studying at SUNY Oneonta.
An excellent dietetics program that was very thorough and demanding. Overall the professors were very supportive in helping students to succeed and prepare for career success. The college itself is on a beautiful campus with a very nice and vibrant downtown within walking distance nearby. I still visit Oneonta on occasion as it came to feel like home to me over the years.
It was a college with an amazing education program and I'm so glad I went there. I took a lot from my time there.
SUNY Oneonta was a great school for preparation for the teaching profession. They found a student teaching assignment for me at both a middle school and high school. They also provided a lot of support once I was doing my student teaching. I also found the professors in the science department to be incredibly supportive and genuinely interested in the students and their learning.