See why nearly half of Syracuse students study abroad. Learn how the Honors program can enrich your studies with special seminars, cultural events and close faculty mentorship. And discover the many programs,offices, and staff ready to help you flourish. Explore this page for more details.
Whether it’s a study clinic or getting help with an upcoming assignment, there are plenty of resources available at Syracuse University to help you succeed not only in the classroom, but all around campus.
The Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS) provides and facilitates academic support services, including one-on-one tutoring, small-group tutoring and workshops, and academic integrity education and training.
The Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising is here to identify scholarship and fellowship opportunities that are perfect for you, and assist you through every phase of the application process.
The Office of Disability Services will arrange for the provision of auxiliary aids, assistive technology, and reasonable accommodations for all qualified students with documented disabilities.
You will have many writing assignments during your time at Syracuse University. Writing Center consultants can help you improve at any stage of the writing process.
The Syracuse Libraries are staffed with specialists knowledgeable in the most useful library tools and holdings for your field of study.
The GEC provides free editing and proofreading services from your lengthy graduate research to brief subject papers.
ITS provides services, training, applications, and infrastructure to support your technology needs as a student, teacher, and researcher.
Frequently Asked QuestionsLink
- Do you have an honors program?Link
- Can I take part in research as an undergraduate? What kind of opportunities are there?Link
- What is the faculty-to-student ratio?Link
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- May I start school early?Link
- Can I complete more than one major at Syracuse?Link
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