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.
The Syracuse University classroom spans the globe. Choose from over 100 different Syracuse Abroad programs within 60 countries.
With learning centers in NYC, LA, and D.C., you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in real-world environments and learn from industry leaders, while working toward your degree.
Ranked as a top-tier research university, Syracuse is invested in your search for innovation. Work alongside some of the world's finest scholars while completing research that spans a full range of disciplines.
With challenge comes reward. As a member of the Renée Crown University Honors Program, you'll maximize your education and distinguish yourself academically and professionally.
Syracuse University's ROTC program gives you a jump on your future by earning an officer’s commission and a college degree at the same time.
At the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship, you'll be provided with the resources and mindset needed for pursuing new ventures and putting your classroom knowledge to work.
Connect with students who share your passions by participating in a learning community or theme housing. You'll live and take classes with peers who share a common academic major or interest, allowing for a collaborative learning environment.
No matter what kind of student you are—full time, part-time, visiting from another college, a high school student, or not officially a student at all—there’s something for everyone during Summer at Syracuse.
Syracuse Winterlude Online gives you an opportunity to earn credits between semesters. Take an online class during the semester break in December and January, from wherever you are!
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 in the classroom 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, academic integrity education and training.
The Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising helps undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni identify national fellowship and scholarship opportunities and assists in every phase of the application process.
Qualified graduate students in participating departments are eligible to join this award-winning program, ranked among the premier models for Teaching Assistant training in the U.S. The Future Professoriate Program provides you with the experience, confidence and documented performance you need to excel as faculty in higher education.
ITS provides services, training, applications and infrastructure to support your technology needs as a student, teacher, and researcher.
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.
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.