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Checklist for Admitted Students

Accept Your Offer of Admission

Log into MySlice and complete the Admission Acceptance Form (AAF).

Steps to accept your offer

If you have not activated your NetID already, you will need to do so. You can activate your NetID using your SUID number. Undergraduate admission applicants can find their SUID number from the emails you received from the Office of Admissions or SU Financial Aid.

Please Note: It can take up to 24 business hours after activating your NetID before you will be able to log into MySlice.

Activate your NetID

Once you’ve activated your NetID, please fill out your Admission Acceptance Form in the MySlice portal.

If you experience technical issues while completing the Admission Acceptance Form (AAF) please email enmgit@syr.edu. Provide as much information as possible, including contact information for follow-up. You may also follow this step-by-step guide to completing your AAF.

Please Note: It may take 2-3 business days for your Admission Acceptance Form and any advance payments to process. As long as you submit by 11:59 p.m. EDT on reply deadline noted in your admission notification, you have secured your place.

Complete your Admission Acceptance Form

Please make your advanced tuition payment and advance housing payment together, utilizing the payment options available on the Admission Acceptance Form. A record of your payments will be kept to show you have paid part of your first semester.

The housing payment reserves a room for you and can be returned if you request a refund before June 1 (fall applicants) or January 1 (spring applicants). Once your payment is processed, you will receive an e-mail from the Syracuse Housing Office to your syr.edu email account confirming your access to the online Housing and Meal Plan application.

This advance tuition payment is not required of admitted students who are dependents of Syracuse employees. Higher Education Opportunity Program students admitted to Syracuse do not have to pay the advance tuition or advance housing payment.

Transfer Students:

If housing is unavailable when you apply, your advance payment will be refunded to you.

International Students:

If you cannot get funds for these payments because currency is restricted in your country, you must still send all the forms. Please send a letter explaining why your payment is delayed. If you are being sponsored by a scholarship agency or by government funds, you should also send a copy of your letter of sponsorship and instructions on how bills are to be paid.

If you're interested in setting up a monthly payment plan, download the Monthly Payment Plan form. Fill out the form and mail or email to the Bursar at:

Bursar Operations
102 Archbold North
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244-1140
Fax to: 315.443.3630
Email to: bursar@syr.edu

The transcript must be sent to us directly by your high school and must indicate proof of graduation. Transcripts can be submitted via an electronic portal, sent to orange@syr.edu or mailed to:

Enrollment Processing
400 Ostrom Ave
Syracuse, NY 13244

Transfer Students:

If you have earned fewer than 60 credits of college-level academic coursework, federal guidelines require us to have proof of high school graduation on file.

International Students:

Please submit official proof of secondary school completion. This could be a final secondary school transcript, or a Leaving Certificate sent directly by your school.

The transcript(s) that lists your final collegiate grades should be sent to the recorder in the Syracuse college to which you’ve been admitted.

Once you’ve submitted your Admission Acceptance Form and advance payments, please visit the International New Students page for more information on preparing for your arrival and SEVIS record transferring procedures.

Additional requirements for First Year and Transfer Programs

Contact Us

Call us 315.443.3611 or contact your admissions representative for specific questions about your academic program.