Newman Center

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rooted in PRAYER

supported by COMMUNITY

reaching out in SERVICE

Serving SUNY Oswego Since 1934


Our Mission

The Mission of the Hall Newman Center is to nurture the spiritual development of individuals on the SUNY Oswego campus and in the Oswego community. We commit ourselves to be a resource for information, education, and advocacy on behalf of the Catholic Church and its teachings. Our welcoming and vibrant atmosphere promotes a sense of Christian community and we commit ourselves to be available to and to represent the students of SUNY Oswego, the larger college and area communities.




Ash Wednesday Mass

Join us in celebrating the beginning of Lent! We are offering an Ash Wednesday Mass at 6:30 pm on Feburary 17th! All are welcome! Preregistration is encouraged, find the link below to register.


Now Accepting Applications for the Maroney Family Scholarship

This ~$1,000 scholarship is presented to students who are active members of the Hall Newman Center who hold a GPA of 3.4 or higher. If you are interested in applying please follow the link below to our printable application. 

Once completed, the application can be dropped off at the Hall Newman Center (36 New St) between 10 am-2 pm weekdays or scanned and emailed to:


Hall Newman Center Mass

Phone Registrants: Call 315.312.7222, leave your name,
number attending and phone number on our voicemail

Email Registrants: Email
with name, number attending, and phone number.

*Please Use Our East Entrance (Main Parking Lot)

*Masks are required.


Holy Hour

Join us for an hour of prayer and reflection in our chapel, led by Deacon John Lalande.

Walk-ins welcome - Please sign in at the door.

*Please Use Our East Entrance (Main Parking Lot)

*Masks are required.


"God is smiling :)"

Michael Huynh


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