They’ll help shape your future from every angle—your career, interests, even friendships. At Syracuse, we truly understand this, and have shaped the undergraduate experience to help you become your strongest, surest, most fulfilled self.
Whether you’re a first-year or transfer student, and no matter where you’re from, here you’ll find all the information to get you started on your journey. Your next step could be your biggest yet—we’re here to lend a hand.
Wherever you call home, Syracuse University welcomes you. Thousands of international students choose Syracuse every year for its blend of extraordinary academics, legendary spirit, and research, internship, and extracurricular opportunities—all offered in a classic campus setting.
If you're thinking about transferring to Syracuse University, you have plenty of company. Hundreds of transfer students arrive on campus every year, ready to take advantage of all Syracuse has to offer.
Prepare to make your mark intellectually while making a difference on campus and in the world.
Syracuse University is just minutes from the heartland of Haudenosaunee territory. We're invested in a relationship with our Native American neighbors that promotes cross-cultural dialogue, research opportunities, and stronger appreciation for Native American leadership, innovation, and contribution.
Syracuse University prepares students with a distinctive education that can be applied across careers and throughout your lifetime.
The best way to know if Syracuse is the right fit for you is to visit our gorgeous campus in the heart of New York State.
We take a chance on people who dream big. If you’re ready to craft your own academic experience, conduct innovative research, and cheer on the Orange, Syracuse University is the place for you. Begin your application today!
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Frequently Asked QuestionsLink
- What are your requirements for admission?
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- Do you offer merit scholarships?
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