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The Office of Program Development

Supporting African American and Latino students and alumni since 1982

Photo: 2016 Our Time Has Come Scholars at the scholarship ceremony

The Our Time Has Come Scholarship recipients were honored at a reception April 7. They are, front row (left to right), Ashlee Dume, Taylyn Washington-Harmon, Zhané Souter and Sarah Valenzuela, and in the back row, Nabid Nieves, Christopher Morman, Imani Wallace and Jaren Vereen. Not pictured is graduate student Ronald Taylor, who is also one of the scholars. Photos by Joe Librandi-Cowan. Read more.

Featured scholar: Marcus Robinson

Photo: Our Time Has Come Scholar Marcus Robinson '19 teaching students to code

Our Time Has Come Scholarship recipient Marcus Robinson ’19 is turning his passion for programming into opportunity for others. Read more.

Featured video: Our Time Has Come Scholarship Reception

Scholarhship recipients were honored at the Our Time Has Come Ceremony on April 7. View more from Syracuse University News on Vimeo.

Save the Date: CBT 2017


Mark your calendar: Coming Back Together 2017 will take place September 14-17. Stay tuned for more information. Until then, check out photo galleries of past CBTs:

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Syracuse Manuscript

Summer 2016 Manuscript

The Manuscript is Syracuse University's African American and Latino alumni magazine. Read the current issue.

Career Services

Career Services

From career planning and job placement to networking, mentoring, and posting available jobs, check out the options open to SU alums.

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