Black History Month Celebration: This year's celebration includes a lineup of incredible and thought-provoking speakers, esports tournament, art exhibition, music and other events.
Community engagement facilitates the creativity and discovery that is essential to academic excellence. It also ensures that the University contributes to the vibrancy and sustainability of the communities that encompass it.
The Office of Community Engagement provides students, faculty and staff with authentic engagement opportunities that allow them to interact with the world around them.
Whether your goal is to partner with the University, conduct research, serve in the community or meet a curricular need, there are many opportunities to get involved and make a difference.
This weekly civic engagement program features experts speaking on local, state and national issues of concern to the Central New York community. The Thursday morning meetings, held during the academic year, feature a presentation about an issue or topic of general interest and offer coffee and networking opportunities. After each presentation, the speaker holds a question-and-answer session. Thursday Morning Roundtable typically kicks off the new season with a session with the City of Syracuse mayor or the Onondaga County executive. WCNY-FM, 91.3, broadcasts the programs on the following Sundays at 8 p.m.
We offer a multitude of programs for students, faculty, staff and community members alike. Find a program where you can get involved.
Join the local and campus community by attending one of our sponsored events.
Strong collaborators—our partners both on and off campus—make our work possible. Find out who they are, what they do and how you can participate.
The University offers ownership incentive programs, rental resources, transportation options and more to enhance the quality of life for residents.
Syracuse University is committed to providing a safe environment for its students, staff and faculty.
Find helpful information on housing codes, trash removal, parking, neighborhood organizations and more.