- Financial Aid Office
- Information Technology and Services
- Lillian and Emanuel Slutzker Center for International Services
- Registrar’s Office
- Student Affairs
- SU Libraries
- Course Catalog
- Graduate School
Tutoring and Study Center. The center offers one-on-one and small-group tutoring for most courses. Academic support services are also available through many of the colleges.
The Writing Center. You will have many writing assignments during your time at Syracuse University. Writing consultants at the Writing Center will help you become a stronger writer during any stage of the writing process.
Office of Disability Services. The office arranges for the provision of auxiliary aids, assistive technology, and reasonable accommodations for all qualified students with documented disabilities.
Hendricks Chapel is an interfaith chapel that offers support, services, and programs specific to a variety of spiritual or religious traditions.
Division of Student Affairs. Student Affairs supports the student experience through a comprehensive set of programs designed to enhance learning, maximize responsible community engagement and promote the health and wellness for all students.
Office of Multicultural Affairs. OMA supports and promotes the academic achievement, multicultural competence, social development, civic engagement, and retention of students of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups at SU.
The LGBT Resource Center provides education, advocacy, support, and safe space for lesbian, gay, transgender, questioning and straight-allied members of the Syracuse University community.
Student Employment Services provides job training and campus employment opportunities for graduate as well as undergraduate students.
Renée Crown University Honors Program.T he program provides a compelling educational experience for academically accomplished and hard-working students. Students who seek academic challenge and are prepared to invest the extra effort required to meet that challenge will flourish in this demanding and rewarding program.
Study Abroad. Join the nearly 50 percent of students who enrich their college career through international education. SU Abroad, a nationally top-ranked program, offers semester, summer, short-term, and yearlong options.
Career Services. Graduation will come before you know it, and it’ll be time to get that first job. The University’s Center for Career Services assists you with job, internship, and graduate school searches and exploring broader career plans. The office tailors services to the needs of all students in all disciplines and at various stages in career planning, exploration, and pursuit.
Additionally, every college is part of the Career Services Network, with qualified advisors who work with students throughout their years at Syracuse to plan their programs of study.
Summer Programs. S tudents can take courses of interest, or reduce their regular semester course loads during an intensive one- to two-week MAYmester class, during two six-week summer sessions, or by taking a class online. Many incoming first-year students choose to take part in SummerStart, which allows them to get a jump start on their college career.
The six-week Summer College for High School Students program allows high school students to explore career interests while earning college credit.
Learning Communities allow students to live and take classes with a group of students who are joined by a common interest or academic major.
Lillian and Emanuel Slutzker Center for International Services. SCIS supports international students as they adjust to the Syracuse University campus and community. The center handles a variety of international student issues, including:
English Language Institute. ELI offers international students concentrated study to improve their English proficiency for academic or professional advancement.
English Language Proficiency Services. The Graduate School provides support services for international graduate students holding TA assignments, including language assessment, zero-credit courses, and undergraduate English conversation partners.
Language Tables. Various international-themed centers and organizations on campus host regular conversation groups attracting both native and non-native speakers. Currently active language tables include French, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish.
Health and Wellness
The Counseling Center offers privileged and confidential crisis counseling, referrals, advocacy, and ongoing assistance for students addressing mental health, sexual misconduct and relationship violence, and substance abuse issues. It has experienced, licensed mental-health professionals, including psychologists, social workers, and a consulting psychiatrist on staff. Help is available 24 hours a day.
Health Services specializes in college health and serves the needs of SU and SUNY ESF students. Its variety of services include: office visits, ambulatory care, laboratory services, allergy treatment, nutrition counseling and more.
Office of Student Assistance serves as a central support hub to help students and their families manage crises, life traumas, and other concerns or barriers that impede success.
Health Promotion provides health education and prevention programming on campus that supports the wellbeing of our students. This includes prevention of sexual misconduct and relationship violence, and substance abuse, as well as promotion of mental and emotional health, spiritual health, and physical wellbeing.
The Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science Student Shop
- The Student Shop provides all engineering majors a dedicated workspace for machining, 3D printing, assembly, and testing of prototypes.
- We support many undergraduate and graduate courses in the engineering curriculum, assist in entrepreneurial efforts, and facilitate graduate research projects.
- The Shop makes many SU teams possible, such as Formula SAE, SAE Mini – Baja, and The Rocket Club.
- The Student Shop is staffed full time by the Shop Director / Resident Engineer, as well as a number of specially-trained student employees to assist at peak times and off hours.
- All students must attend a 1 hour safety training session prior to using the Shop. See the Shop Manager for scheduling.
- A separate fully equipped Research Machine Shop staffed by full time professional machinists provides for the additional needs of The College of Engineering and Computer Science’s research and lab activities, as well as providing support to our Student Shop.
Student Shop Major Equipment:
- Machining: CNC 3HP Vertical Bed Mill with Siemens 808D industrial controller (new); CNC 3HP 40” Lathe with Siemens 808D controller (new); Bridgeport Style manual knee mill with digital readout (2); Bridgeport manual knee mill with digital readout (1); Clausing 34” bed lathe (x1); Vectrax bed lathe (1); Boyer – Schultz surface grinder (1); 20” vertical drill press (1); 12” vertical drill press (1); 14” vertical band saw (1); Jet belt/disc sander (x1); Jet Mini Lathe (1); Jet Mini Drill Press; basic and specialized hand tools; various power tools; measurement gages and surface block; and a large selection of basic fasteners and other mechanical components.
- 3D Printing: Makerbot Replicator 2 (x3); Makerbot Replicator 2X (x3); Makerbot Replicator Z18 (1); Cube Pro Personal 3D Printer (1); Next Engine 3D Scanner