AdmittedStudents

Congratulations to all 2018 admits!

Prepare to make your mark intellectually while making a difference on campus and in the world.

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Here you'll find the information you need as you accept your offer of admission. Details on registering for classes and housing arrangements, as well as information from other campus offices, will be sent to you prior to the start of the semester. The deadline to accept your offer of admission is May 1.

Before you begin the process to accept your offer of admission, please activate your NetID, if you have not already done so. Your NetID gives you access to computing services and facilities, including the high-speed wireless (AirOrangeX) network and internet connections across campus, and the University's web-based email system, SUmail.

Your experience at Syracuse University will be enhanced by participation in internships, community partnerships, study abroad experiences, and access to over 300 student organizations. You'll enjoy a deep sense of community, and the powerful sense of pride for which Syracuse students are known. Go Orange!

Accept your offer of admission by May 1

Your admission to Syracuse University is contingent upon maintaining the same level of academic achievement, graduating from secondary school, and having a record of good citizenship at all times. The University expects our students to conduct themselves in a manner that aligns with and is supportive of the educational mission of the institution. Integrity, respect for others, and a commitment to intellectual and personal growth within a diverse, global society, are fundamental to membership in this University community. Civic engagement is strongly encouraged. Admissions decisions will not be affected by participation in or disciplinary action associated with peaceful, meaningful protest.


Visit Options

The Office of Admissions invites admitted students to visit campus throughout the fall and spring. We’d be happy to assist you with personalizing your visit to explore campus and learn more about your academic program.

Checklists and Preparation

Review your checklist to find out how to accept your offer of admission. Please sign and submit all forms, along with relevant payments, as noted on your letter of admission. It is recommended that you make copies of the materials you send.

Housing

Approximately 70 percent of Syracuse students live in University housing. Living on campus can make your life more convenient and connected. Learn about your options and prepare to make your arrangements for the housing process.

Dining and Meal Plans

With five dining centers, multiple food courts, cafés, and campus convenience stores, there are plenty of food options to satisfy your hunger.

Expenses, Billing, and Payment

At Syracuse University we offer different options to make paying for college more flexible.


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    Learn more about estimate expenses, payments, health services, orientation, and more. 

  • Admitted Discovery Program Students

    Get to know Madrid, Florence, and Strasbourg, and prepare for your semester abroad. 

  • Information Technology and Services

    Syracuse University's Information Technology Services provides you with access to your NetID, MySlice account, Syracuse email account, and wifi.

  • Things to Consider

    Take steps to help make your transition to college and your first semester smoother, including registering for classes and the SummerStart program.

  • SummerStart Program

    SummerStart is a program for admitted students that encourages a smooth transition from high school to college. You’ll take for-credit courses with other incoming students, live in a residence hall, and participate in a campus life orientation seminar.

  • Learning Communities

    Syracuse University’s learning communities allow you to live and take classes with a group of students who share a common interest or academic major.