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Reach for Success

Syracuse University prepares students for any career imaginable.

Our alumni are global citizens and leaders in every field of study who offer access to hands-on opportunities that will broaden perspectives, deepen understanding and open new paths to the future.

Find A Place

Our graduates are prepared for success, whatever their goals may be. The majority (58%) of students get jobs through a campus connection, internship or alumni contact. Over 300 student organizations, research projects, and welcoming communities provide personalized pathways to connect with likeminded scholars, expand horizons and realize the full potential of the Orange experience. No matter the field of study, there are clubs, internships and professional networks to help define any career aspirations.

Barrington Bucknor smiles for a photo

Giving Back From Day One

Syracuse University students have an opportunity to map new routes to discovery by working with members of Syracuse’s community to make a positive impact.

Mackenzie Pearce portrait in the dome. Click to read story

Expanding Opportunity for Women in the Workplace

Mackenzie Pearce ’21 helped make history as a member of the first broadcast crew on the ACC Network to feature a female in every lead position.

Nikita Chatterjee ’20 and Brianna Howard ’20 in studio in front of manequins with sari wraps

Turning Ideas Into Market Disruptors

Student entrepreneurs Nikita Chatterjee and Brianna Howard built an award-winning prototype that can reduce waterborne illnesses in India by incorporating a water filtration system into a sari—the traditional garment worn by Indian women, who also use it to filter water.

Join a community of change-makers, discover new passions and paths forward, and realize the full potential of a Syracuse University education.

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