Downtown Syracuse and the Warehouse
Downtown Syracuse is home to the Nancy Cantor Warehouse—the University’s academic and community facility on the city's Near West Side. The Warehouse is—as the name suggests—a repurposed warehouse, renovated to house design studios, VPA's School of Design, the Division of Marketing and Communications, the Office of Community Engagement and downtown venues for public lectures and exhibitions.
Syracuse University's main campus connects with downtown Syracuse via the Connective Corridor—a signature strip of streetscapes, bike paths, public art and free public transportation.
Syracuse University Across the Country
Syracuse University maintains several satellite admissions offices around the country for the convenience of prospective students and alumni. Students have the opportunity to meet Syracuse representatives at the regional offices for information sessions, personal interviews, portfolio review and auditions, and admitted student programs.
Syracuse University in New York City
The Joseph I. Lubin House on East 61st Street is headquarters for the University’s Manhattan campus. Alumni events, industry discussion panels, classes and auditions all take place here, along with exhibitions in the Palitz Gallery, Syracuse's New York art space.
Syracuse University in DC
Syracuse's home in the nation's capital is the Paul Greenberg House, located on Calvert Street in the Woodley Park section of Washington, D.C. Named with a gift from Paul Greenberg '65, the four-story building is home to Syracuse academic and alumni activities.
Syracuse University in LA
Los Angeles is the University’s home on the West Coast. From the SULA Semester to week-long trips to LA’s entertainment and media empires, students get an intense, unvarnished look at what it takes to succeed in their chosen field.
Study Abroad Campuses
Syracuse Abroad offers unforgettable learning opportunities in 60 countries and operates overseas centers in Central Europe; Florence, Italy; Hong Kong, China; London, England; Madrid, Spain; Santiago, Chile and Strasbourg, France.