Social Media Reacts to #OZAdmit Day

On Friday April 4, 2014, SUNY Oswego hosted its annual admitted students day for the School of Communication, Media & the Arts. It was a day in which students were shown what Oswego has to offer, and throughout the day there was a lot of expression on social media.

The school hosts this event every year to showcase the best of its 1100 plus undergraduate students. At this year’s #OzAdmit day, the various media organizations coordinated efforts on social media to express what was happening throughout the day.

Here are some of the best social media updates that we found from #OzAdmit day.

Here’s a great snap shot at future students at an orientation session held in the spacious Campus Center Arena.

This tweet is from senior Will Smithson, an executive board member of WNYO, Oswego’s student run radio station, and the co executive producer of Tonight in Oswego on WTOP.

Here are a few tweets from the SUNY Oswego account that reflect the words of Fritz Messere, Dean of Communication, Media, and The Arts.

Here’s a tweet from Jordan Harmon, a student that feels the the admitted students should check out WTOP, Oswego’s student run television station.

Oswego’s website has a ton of information on the various schools, and here is one video they released on the communication studies program.

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The school is entering its sixth year of operation, and here is what Oswego has to say about its program.

The School of Communication, Media & the Arts goals are to provide our students with:

1) A project-based curriculum that encourages self-expression at the highest artistic level

2) An exciting learning environment that challenges you to do your best work

3) Opportunities to collaborate with top notch faculty

4) Opportunities to explore cultural values that provide a basis for understanding the human experience.

Here is a reaction of a future student courtesy of the SUNY Oswego Instagram page.

It was another successful admitted students day for Oswego, and it will be interesting to see what the newest crop of students will contribute to the school over the next four years of study.