Jun 24, 2024  
2010-2011 Graduate Catalog 
2010-2011 Graduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Parking; ID’s; Disability Services

  • Campus Parking
  • College Identificaiton Cards
  • Disability Services Office

Campus Parking


All students who own automobiles are granted permission to use campus parking areas provided their automobiles are properly registered during the fall, spring and summer registration periods and the parking fee has been paid. Upon payment of the fees for registration and parking, a registration sticker is issued authorizing parking in designated campus lots. A student failing to comply with parking regulations may be denied the privilege of using College parking facilities. For additional information go online to: www.oswego.edu/police/parking.

College Identification Cards


Each student is required to obtain an official identification card which is used as proof of registration at Oswego. The card allows the individual to use the library, eat in dining centers, and take advantage of recreational acilities at Fallbrook, Laker Hall, and the Campus Center. The card must be carried at all times and presented, on request, to administrative, faculty, security and other authorized personnel.

Disability Services Office


The Disability Services Office of SUNY Oswego coordinates reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Accommodations are tailored to individual student needs, but can include extended time on tests, alternate testing arrangements, readers, note takers, and interpreters. The office can help coordinate benefits with outside agencies (VESID, Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic) in addition to advocating for students to ensure that they have the physical and programmatic access to all college programs that will effect their mainstreaming into the campus community. All students with disabilities in need of assistance should identify themselves early (pre-semester preferred) and should make regular contact with the office.

SUNY Oswego’s accommodations of students with disabilities extend beyond basic moral responsibility and beyond our university’s commitment to fulfill the promise of access and our obligations to federal law. Additional information regarding Disability Services may be found at www.oswego.edu/dis_svc/, in person at 183 Campus Center, or by phone (315) 312-3358. The Disability Services email address is DSS@oswego.edu.