Congratulations on your admission to Syracuse University! Your acceptance defines the path you’re about to take, and the person you’re set to become. Your potential is limitless. Let’s celebrate—you’re Syracuse Bound!
Accept Your Offer
Here you'll find a checklist of steps to follow as you accept your offer of admission. First, you’ll need to activate your NetID. If you need help completing your Admission Acceptance Form, follow this step-by-step guide.
Your NetID gives you access to Information Technology Services, including the high-speed AirOrangeX wireless network and the University's email system, SUMail. You’ll receive details on registering for classes and housing arrangements, as well as information from other campus offices, prior to the start of the semester. Connect with the Syracuse University community through our social media channels, and discover who else is #SyracuseBound.
Learn about how we're planning for a fully in-person semester this fall.
From virtual sessions to campus tours, there are so many ways for you to discover what makes Syracuse University so special.
Approximately 70% of Syracuse students live in University housing. Living on campus can make your life more convenient and connected. Learn about your options, including Syracuse University’s living learning communities, and prepare to make your arrangements for the housing process.
With five dining centers and multiple food courts, cafés and convenience stores, campus offers plenty of food options to satisfy your hunger.
At Syracuse University, we offer different options to make paying for college more flexible. If you are the recipient of a merit-based scholarship, this information will be provided in your admission notification letter.
Questions? We're here to assist. Contact your admissions representative or your college of admission for specific questions about your academic program. Are you a prospective student? Request information.
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.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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