Local Students Heading for SUNY Oswego

Local students are among the more than 1,500 students who have reserved places as freshmen at SUNY Oswego. Fall 2019 classes begin Aug. 26.

Matthew T. Bransfield of Wheatfield Lane in Commack last attended Commack High School, and is an intended current undeclared major

Trevor J. Langdon of West Farms Lane in Commack last attended Commack High School, and is an intended current undeclared major

Lauren M. Levy of Splitrail Place in Commack last attended Commack High School, and is an intended childhood education major

Carly Sukiel of Greenfield Lane in Commack last attended Commack High School, and is an intended English major

Liam J. Rothar of Colby Drive in Dix Hills last attended Commack High School, and is an intended physics major

Benjamin Sobel of Hunting Hill Drive in Dix Hills last attended Half Hollow Hills High School, and is an intended adolescence education major

Julianna Joseph-Whyte of Chestnut Street in Huntington last attended Huntington High School, and is an intended adolescence education major

Joseph Milankovic of Stimson Place in Huntington last attended Walt Whitman High School, and is an intended criminal justice major

Kian A. Pacheco of Rockne Street in Huntington last attended Harborfields High School, and is an intended business administration major

Jake M. Barry of East 17th Street in Huntington Station last attended Walt Whitman High School, and is an intended current undeclared major

Isabella Thompson-Woodstock of Edgewood Place in Huntington Station last attended Saint Anthony’s High School, and is an intended broadcasting and mass communication major

Alexandra R. Feldstein of Hazelnut Court in Melville last attended Half Hollow Hills High School, and is an intended journalism major

Courtney S. Greenfield of Brattle Circle in Melville last attended Half Hollow Hills High School, and is an intended zoology major

Ian M. Gilison of Gun Club Road in Northport last attended Northport High School, and is an intended graphic design major

Emma C. Glennon of Schooner Road in Northport last attended Northport High School, and is an intended journalism major

Admission to SUNY Oswego is competitive. U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2019, and the Princeton Review includes Oswego in its 2019 college guidebook “The Best Northeastern Colleges” and in its national list of “Green Colleges.”

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