GRADUATE APPLICATION PROCESS

  • GRADUATE APPLICATION PROCESS
  • Thank you for your interest in Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science.

    Students interested in graduate programs at Syracuse University’s College of Engineering & Computer Science must apply online using Syracuse University’s Embark system. Students will receive an email confirmation when their application has been received and processed.

    Graduate Application Requirements:
    1. Embark Online Graduate Application
    2. $75.00 Application fee (non-refundable.) Applicants wishing to apply to more than one program must file a separate application and application fee for each program.
    3. Academic Credentials
    4. Letters of Recommendation
    5. Exam Scores
    6. Financial Documents (International applicants only)

    In addition to these general requirements, please visit Syracuse University’s CollegeNet System for specific requirements, including number of letters of recommendation required for your specific program of interest.

     

    Apply

  • Apply
  • Checking Application Status

    Once an application is complete, students may check the status of their application via MySlice.
    To log in to MySlice, you will need your activated NetID. If you have not activated your NetID, please visit http://netid.syr.edu, click on the “Activate Your NetID” link and follow the instructions. You will need your unique, nine-digit Syracuse University identification number (SUID) for this.
    Once you activate your NetId, please go to http://myslice.syr.edu to sign into your MySlice account using the NetId and password created above. Once you have logged into your MySlice account go to “Admissions To Do Items”. This will list any missing material items to complete your application.

    Please note, you will not receive an admission decision through MySlice, but this will allow you to track receipt of your application material.

    Also, please allow two to four weeks from the date you submit your materials for mailed items to be reflected as complete on our system.

    Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions.

    Academic Credentials

    One (1) copy of records of all previous postsecondary education.
    Contact the Registrar’s Office of each higher educational institution that you attended and have one copy of your transcript(s) sent to the Syracuse University Enrollment Management Processing Center. Address and submission instructions are below.

    You do not need to send transcripts from secondary schools as part of this application.

    We can consider your application with unofficial transcripts, but we recommend that you send official transcripts. If you choose to submit an unofficial transcript, all offers of admission from Syracuse University are conditional pending receipt of official academic credentials showing that a U.S. bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) has been conferred upon you.

    Failure to submit official degree-bearing credentials may result in revocation of an offer of admission, or dismissal from the graduate program if admission has already been granted.

    Exam Scores

    GRE requirements are noted on the Program Requirements List.
    The GRE requirement is waived for current students applying through the Syracuse University College of Engineering & Computer Science BS/MS program or the Syracuse University-LeMoyne College program,

    It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that exam scores reach Syracuse by any applicable deadlines. All scores for TOEFL, GRE, and GMAT are reported to a single location at Syracuse University. The institution code for Syracuse University is 2823 (no department code needed). This number should be used when requesting the ETS (Educational Testing Service) to send your scores electronically to Syracuse University. It is not necessary to request that scores be reported to more than one department.

    Please contact us at [email protected] with any questions.

    Where to Send Supplementary Application Materials

    It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all application materials arrive at Syracuse University before applicable deadlines. An applicant interested in applying to more than one program must submit a complete set of application materials for each program. Transcripts, resume, letters of recommendation, personal statement of purpose, and other required materials should be sent to the following address:

    Syracuse University
    Graduate Admissions Processing
    P.O. Box 35060
    Syracuse, New York 13235-5060

    Any packages sent by a package delivery company (FedEx, UPS, DHL) can be sent to:

    Enrollment Management Processing Center
    Syracuse University
    Graduate Admissions Processing
    716 East Washington Street, Suite 200
    Syracuse, New York 13210

    Date & Deadlines

  • Date & Deadlines
  • Fall 2017**

    June 1 – International students must have completed application submitted
    July 1 – U.S./Domestic students must have completed application submitted

    **These dates pertain to Master’s degree applicants; prospective Ph.D. students are encouraged to apply as early as possible, and by January 15 to ensure strongest consideration for admission and financial support.

    Spring 2018**

    October 15 – International students must have completed application submitted
    November 15 – U.S./Domestic students must have completed application submitted

    We encourage all prospective graduate applicants to apply early and to submit support documentation in a timely matter to ensure the best consideration and to avoid delays in processing.

    Tuition & Financial Aid

  • Tuition & Financial Aid
  • M.S.

    We offer scholarship support, in the form of competitive tuition grants to select admitted M.S. students. In order to be considered for these awards, students must submit their application by the required deadlines.

    Ph.D.

    Highly qualified doctoral students are supported through Research Assistantships, Teaching Assistantships, and University Fellowships.
    Syracuse University Fellowships are awarded competitively from applications received by January 1 on an all-University basis. Doctoral fellows receive a stipend for 9 months of full-time study, plus a tuition scholarship for up to 15 credits per semester for a total of up to 30 credits for the academic year. Fellows devote full-time to their studies and are not assigned duties.

    Graduate Assistantships in the form of research assistantships and teaching assistantships are awarded on a competitive basis from among applications received by February 1; assistantships are usually not available at any other time of the year. Recipients of these assistantships receive a stipend in addition to a tuition scholarship for up to 24 credits per year. Summer support is available for selected students on various research projects.

    Tuition and Fees

    For information on the current cost of attendance please visit the Syracuse University Financial Aid Office’s cost of attendance guides for graduate students.

    FAQs

  • FAQs
  • Admitted Students

  • Admitted Students
  • Accepting your Admission