More Than 700 Students Receive SUNY Oneonta Scholarships

More Than 700 Students Receive SUNY Oneonta Scholarships

ONEONTA, NY (02/03/2020)– More than 700 students have been awarded scholarships at SUNY Oneonta. The college’s scholarship funds total over $60 million and are the result of contributions from donors, corporations and foundations. It is the largest endowment among SUNY comprehensive four-year colleges.

Julianna Annunziata of Salt Point (12578) – Elizabeth Townsend Millard ’40 Scholarship and the Jessie Felsbury Kearney ’48 Scholarship

Kate Crawford of Stormville (12582) – Alan B. Donovan Scholarship, Alumni Association Board of Directors Scholarship and the Elsie Mae Lorenz Frost Scholarship

Alexandria Cropley of Dover Plains (12522) – Arshavir Hewsenian & The Kamandjian Families Scholarship

Marcus Garnot of Millbrook (12545) – Dorothy A. Wemple ’36 Scholarship

Elizabeth Holmes of Pine Plains (12567) – Alumni Association 9/11 Memorial Scholarship, the Alumni Association Scholarship, OAS Oneonta Promise Scholarship and the Vincent F. Foti ’57, ’60G Scholarship

Victoria Mylock of Dover Plains (12522) – John S. Kalb ’67 Scholarship

Jeniffer Otero of Stanfordville (12581) – College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) Student Fund Scholarship and the Dr. Nancy Kleniewski Scholarship

Frederick Pachonka of Patterson (12563) – Dr. Gary Holway Scientific Achievement Award

Rebecca Serio of Pawling (12564) – Dr. Warren & Mrs. Rita Wellman Scholarship for Study Abroad

Krista Slocum of Poughquag (12570) – College Foundation 25th Anniversary Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Kawan Wills of Pleasant Valley (12569) – College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) Student Fund Scholarship

SUNY Oneonta is a public, four-year college in Central New York, enrolling about 6,000 students in a wide variety of bachelor’s degree programs and several graduate certificate and degree programs. The college is known as both an exemplary residential campus that values inclusion, service and sustainability, and a nurturing community where students grow intellectually, thrive socially and live purposefully. Visit

Author: Harlem Valley News