We have been an inclusive and welcoming place since our beginning. At the 1870 inauguration of Syracuse University, Dr. Jesse Truesdell Peck (a founder and first chair of the Board of Trustees) charged the faculty to remember that the University was to be impartial and general.
With 13 schools and colleges, 200 customizable majors and 100 minors, and online degrees and certificates, Syracuse University provides limitless educational pathways. New interdisciplinary areas ranging from social justice and artificial intelligence to energy and environment provide hands-on research experiences that broaden perspectives and prepare students for the careers of tomorrow.
Syracuse is committed to advancing research excellence to address pressing global needs, basic research that advances fundamental understanding, and curiosity-driven inquiry.
From connecting passions to coursework, experiencing internships, securing professional employment and setting career goals, Syracuse University Career Services is here to help you achieve your unique professional dreams.Through personalized meetings, strategic professional development resources and networking opportunities, the team is devoted to helping you achieve not only post-graduation employment but long-term professional successes.Whether you are looking to begin your professional development journey or seeking support during an employment offer negotiation, Syracuse University Career Services alongside campus partners, are here to help you define and achieve professional success.
The Dean of Students Office helps students no matter the issue or challenge they are facing. Serving as the hub for holistic and integrated student support, the Dean of Students Office is also a great resource if you are not sure where to start with a question or concern. The staff work actively with students, faculty and staff to foster a community of care that encourages, empowers and assists students in their pursuit of success in and out of the classroom.
The Information & Technology Services (LITS) department provides support, development, and training for a variety of systems, technology, and applications used across the SU Libraries.LITS services include Training, Digital Production, Desktop and Systems Support, Integrated Library System Management (ILSM), and Application Development.
Information Technology Services (ITS) provides wireless networks to all University residential facilities, South Campus apartments, and in many University buildings located both on and off campus. All residential facilities have 100% wireless coverage.
The mission of the Barnes Center at The Arch health and wellness team is to provide quality integrated wellness services and programs, which support a holistic and inclusive student-centered experience promoting lifelong growth and development.
Syracuse University’s main campus sits on top of a hill overlooking the city of Syracuse, in central New York state. Additional centers are located in New York City, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles, and study abroad programs are available in 60 countries throughout the world, enabling students to gain a global perspective as they pursue their studies.
The Orange Club is the driving force of private support for Syracuse Athletics. Thanks to the commitment and passion of our supporters, Syracuse Athletics leverages exceptional athletics and academics to transform student-athletes into leaders and champions.We are charged with generating resources to enrich the lives of Syracuse University student-athletes and provide coaches and staff with the support necessary to compete at the highest level of college athletics. Generous contributions from alumni and friends maximize the opportunities for more than 600 student-athletes on our 20 teams.
Life and learning happen inside the classroom—and out! Syracuse University is home to more than 300 extracurricular groups, so you'll never run out of ways to live and learn.
The Student Association (SA) is your undergraduate student government. SA serves as your representative voice and focuses on initiatives to help make your undergradute experience the best it can be.
Syracuse University has received notification from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education that the University successfully retained its accreditation status. In the notification letter, the commission commended the University for the quality of its self-study process and noted that the next eight-year evaluation visit would take place in 2026-27.
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