Available Monday-Friday, campus tours will be limited to admitted students and one family member from the same household. Led by a student ambassador from our University 100, the tour will provide you insight into academics and what it’s like to be a student on campus.
- Tours will be entirely outside, limited to four groups per tour and will last one hour.
- Visitors will be required to maintain social distance of six feet from staff and tour guides when possible and will be required to wear masks at all times.
- We would appreciate your cooperation by reviewing the CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19 symptoms prior to arrival. We also ask that you review and adhere to any New York State Travel Advisories.
- Students admitted for the fall 2021 semester are eligible to take a campus tour. Each admitted student is permitted to have one guest from the same household join the tour.
- Access to buildings on campus, other than the Office of Admissions, are limited to current students, faculty and staff. Visitors are not permitted inside University facilities.
- We are not able to accommodate in-person meetings. We would be happy to connect with you virtually.
- Health and safety information will be emailed to registrants in the confirmation email.
Reservations are required. Space is limited.
Self-Guided Tour Also Available
You are also welcome to explore campus on your own using our self-guided tour. To access the tour, please check in with the Office of Admissions at the Visitor’s Center (Crouse-Hinds Hall at 900 South Crouse Avenue). Admissions staff will be available to answer any questions you may have between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on weekdays, and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays until May 1. If you are touring outside of these hours, please follow the instructions posted at the front entrance.
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Syracuse University is located in the heart of New York state, resting atop a hill overlooking the City of Syracuse. The sprawling campus is just a short walk, drive or bus ride away from downtown.