Syracuse University

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Syracuse University


Graduates

  • 92% have a job after 6 months
  • N/A have a job after 1 year
  • N/A have a job after 2 years

Tuition

$29,965 / year

Room and Board

$10,420

Application deadline

January 1

Application fee

$60




Educational Resources

Libraries

E.S. Bird Library (main library); Geology Library; Mathematics Library; Physics Library; Martin Luther King LIbrary; Science and Technology Library; Law Library.

  • Member of library consortia.
  • 3,487,551 books, serial backfiles, and other material including government documents.
  • 20,637 current serial subscriptions.
  • 7,334,236 microforms.
  • 1,124,156 Audio/Visual items.
  • 4,021 e-books.

Museums & Art

Belfer Audio Archives; Lowe Art Gallery; Center for Advanced Technology in Computer Applications and Software Engineering (CASE Center); Center for Science and Technology with Parallel Computer Processing Facility; Laser Sprectroscopy Laboraty; Newhouse Communications Center; Global Collaboratory with high-tech multi-media classroom that links SU with classrooms around the world; Dorothea Ilgen Shaffer Art Building;

Computing

Requirements

  • Students are not required to take a computer course.
  • Students are not required to own or lease a computer.
  • Recommended computer operating system: Microsoft

Campus Resources

  • 1,700 computers for student use in locations such as computer center/labs, residence halls, library, student center
  • 50 Internet connections in libraries.
  • 150 Internet connections in classrooms.
  • 25 Internet connections in Laboratories.
  • 200 Internet connections elsewhere on campus.

Student accommodations

  • Email accounts are available to all students.
  • Internet access is available to all students.
  • Student web-pages are permitted.
  • Online class registration is available.
  • 100% of college-owned hosting units are available for internet access.

Wireless Internet Hotspots

  • Wifi is available in all the libraries, in some classrooms, in computer labs, in administrative/faculty offices and work areas, in some of the college-owned, operated, or affiliated housing
  • Campus wireless internet hotspots are not available.
  • Approximately 15,000 students can be on the network at once.

Services

Basic

nonremedial tutoring, women's center, placement service, day care, health service, health insurance

Counseling

minority student, career, personal, academic, psychological, religious

Career

co-op education, on-campus job interviews, internships, resume assistance, career/job search classes, alumni network, interest inventory, interview training

Campus Safety

24-hour foot and vehicle patrols, late night transport/escort service, 24-hour emergency telephones, lighted pathways/sidewalks, student patrols, controlled dormitory access (key, security card, etc)

Campus Life

Housing

Overview

  • The school offers housing for students.
  • 75% of students live in school housing.
  • The school does not provide assistance for off-campus housing.

Types of housing available

  • 13% of housing units are Singles.
  • 52% of housing units are Doubles.
  • 7% of housing units are Triples.
  • 28% of housing units are Apartments.
  • In total, there are 122 housing buildings.

Room Accessories

  • 100% of rooms are equipped with sprinkler systems.
  • 100% of rooms are equipped with fire alarms.
  • 100% are equipped with high-speed internet connections.

Extracurricular

  • 85% of students remain on campus over the weekends, on average.
  • Alcohol is not permitted on campus.
  • Popular events on campus: Opening Weekend; Homecoming; DanceWorks Annual Production; First Year Players Annual Production; Senior Celebration;
  • Student activities: choral groups, concert band, dance, drama/theater, jazz band, literary magazine, marching band, music ensembles, musical theater, opera, pep band, radio station, student government, student newspaper, student film society, symphony orchestra, television station, yearbook
  • In total, there are about 270 organizations on campus.
  • Honor societies: Alpha Kappa Delta; Alpha Sigma Lambda; Alpha Xi Sigma; Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Chaper; Alpha Omega Epsilon Engineering Sorority; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Phi Mu; Chi Epsilon; Eta Kappa Nu; Eta Pi Upsilon; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Golden Key and Golden Key International Honor Society; Kappa Omicron Nu; Justinian Honor Society; Kappa Tau Alpha; Lambda Alpha Delta; Omicron Delta Epsilon; Order of Barristers; Order of Omega; Phi Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta; Phi Beta Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society; Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Society; Pi Kappa Lambda; Pi Sigma Alpha; Pi Sigma Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology; Sigma Gamma Tau; Sigma Lambda Alpha; Sigma Theta Tau; Sigma Xi; Sigma Gamma Tau, Aerospace Engineering; Tau Alpha Kappa, Religion; Tau Beta Pi, Engineering; Tau Beta Sigma; Theta Chi Beta.
  • Religious organizations: (Appears as submitted by school) Baha'i Faith; Baptist Campus Ministry; Brothers and Sisters in Christ; Campus Bible Fellowship; Campus Crusade for Christ; Chabad House Jewish Student Organization; Chapel INtern to Historically African American Churches; Chi Alpha; Christian Science Org; Episcopal Campus Ministry; Evangelical Christian Ministry; Graduate Catholic Community; Hillel at SU; Jewish Student Union; INtervarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship; Interdenominational Protestant Campus Ministry; Latter-Day Saint Student Assoc; Lutheran Campus Ministry; SU Lutheran Student Assoc; Muslim Student Association; Pan-Orthodox Christian Fellowship; Roman Catholic Newman Assoc; SU Student Buddhist Assoc; Unitarian Universalist Society of SU.
  • International organizations: (Appears as submitted by school) African Student Union; Asian Students in America; Association of Bulgarian Students; Association of INternational Students; Caribbean Students Association; Chinese Students and Scholars Association; Haitian American Student Association; Hong Kong Cultural Organization; Indonesian Student Association; Interculatural Dialogue Gruop; Korean American Student Association; La LUCHA; Multiracial Experience; Muslim Student Organization; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Native American Students at Syracuse; Nihom Youth Association; Philippine Syracuse Student Organization; Russain Club; South Asian Dance and Cultural Organization; South Indian Literary and Cultural Organization; Student African American Society; Students Advocating Multicultural Equalilty; Thai Student Assoc. ; Turkish Club; Turkish Student Association; Vietnamese Student Association.
  • Other organizations: (Appears as submitted by school) New York State Public INterest Group; Student Technology Group; Bioethics Coalition; College Democrats; College Republicans; Democracy Matters; Habitat for Humanity; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Center; Organization for the Advancement of Student Interests in Science; Open Doors; Student Anti-anthropocentic Reasoning Organization; Student Environmental Action Coalition; Students for Sensible Drug Policy; Students Out Loud; Undergraduates for a Better Education; Black Box Players; Committee on Women and Art; Creations Dance Troupe; Diversity in the Arts; Fashion's Conscience; Hip-Hop Club; Music Industry Student Organization; Orange Appeal; Performing Arts Alliance; RAICES Dance Troupe; SU Film Society; Theatre Company; Thursday Screeners; Transitions; University Union; Up and Running Productions; Zamboni Revolution; Amateur Radtion Club; Comix Plus; Conflict, and Social Change; Orange Film Fund; WJPZ Radio, Inc. ; Danceworks; First Year Players; HEDliners; Kalabash Dance Troupe; Virtuous Expressions Dance Troupe; Ad Club; American INstitute of Chemical Engineers; American Institute of Graphic Artists; American Marketing Assoc. ; American Medical Student Assoc. ; American Society of civil Engineers; Architecture Student Organization; Art Education Assoc. ; Collegiate Chapter of the Music Educators National Conference-Chapter 215; Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; Le Pensee Savage; Pre-Vet club; Psych Club; Radio Television News Directors Assoc. ; Rebecca & Lee Multicultural Pre-Health Society; Retail Assoc. ; Society of Biomaterial; Society of Professional Journalists; Women in Communications; Alpha Phi Omega; Assoc. for Student Elderly Connection; Education Volunteers Club; Kappa Kappa Psi; Learning Community Advisory Board; Syracuse University Volunteer Organization; The Conflict Management Center; AIDS Task Force; Delta Sigma Pi; International Socialist Organization; Nutrition Education and Promotion Assoc. ; Nihon Youth Assoc. ; P. R. I. D. E. Rock; Pride Union; Sadler A. L. I. V. E. ; Student Coalition on Organized Labor; Syracuse Linux Users Group; Tau Beta Sigma; Fraternities: Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi; Alpha Xi Delta; Delta Delta Delta; Delta Gamma; Delta Sigma Theta; Gamma Phi Beta; Kappa Alpha Theta; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Kappa Phi Lambda; Omega Phi Beta; Pi Beta Phi; Phi Sigma Sigma; Sigma Delta Tau; Sigma Gamma Rho; Sigma Iota Alpha; Sigma Lambda Upsilon; Sororities: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Alpha Phi Alpha; Delta Chi; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Delta Tau Delta; Kappa Delta Rho; Lambda Upsilon Lambda; Omega Psi Phi; Phi Beta Sigma; Phi Iota Alpha; Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Kappa Psi; Phi Kappa Theta; Psi Upsilon; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Mu; Sigma Nu; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Theta Chi; Zeta Psi; Zeta Beta Tau.
  • Student papers: (Appears as submitted by school) The Daily Orange (daily); The Black Voice (monthly); Hermes (weekly); The Student Voice Newspaper (weekly); Equal Time (semester); 360 Degrees Magazine (semester); Blue Print newspaper (monthly); SALT; Orange Source newspaper (monthly); Nexus Journal of Peace

Travel

  • Nearest airport(s) (distance in miles): Syracuse (5), Rochester (40)
  • Nearest train(s) (distance in miles): Syracuse (3)
  • Nearest bus-station(s) (distance in miles): Syracuse (3)
  • Public transportation serves the campus.
  • Not all students are permitted to have cars on campus.
  • 25% of students have a car on campus

Employment

  • School employment is available.
  • 20% of undergrads are employed with average earnings of 1,000
  • Freshman are not discouraged from working.

Greek Life

  • There are 27 fraternities
  • 14 fraternity houses
  • 18% of students are fraternity members
  • There are 17 sororities
  • 12 sorority houses
  • 21% of students are sorority members.

ROTC

  • Army ROTC: Offered on campus
  • Navy ROTC: Not offered
  • Airforce ROTC: Offered on campus
  • Additional Policies

    class attendance policies set by individual instructors, hazing prohibited, smoking prohibited, other

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