Fall 2022 Updates
Test Optional Continues
SAT/ACT scores will not be required for students applying for Fall 2023, Fall/Spring 2024 or Spring 2025 admission. Students who choose not to submit test scores will not be disadvantaged and will remain eligible for merit scholarships.
Students who choose to submit SAT or ACT scores may share either self-reported or official scores. Students who self-report their scores will not be required to submit official score reports unless they are admitted and choose to enroll.
Early Decision II
We are offering an Early Decision II (ED II) option for applicants, the deadline for which is January 5, 2023. By applying ED II, your students will affirm that Syracuse University is their top choice and receive an admission decision by early February.
Please encourage interested students to apply ED II and contact us if they have any questions. If a student has already applied to Syracuse for Regular Decision and is now interested in ED II, they may e-mail us at email@example.com to indicate their wish to be considered for Early Decision II. They will also need to submit the ED Agreement.
New Regular Decision Deadline
Syracuse University has changed its Regular Decision deadline from Jan. 1 to Jan. 5.
We hope this update allows students and counselors extra time and convenience around the turn of the new year. Our Early Decision deadline of November 15 remains unchanged. View application deadlines and guidance.
Virtual Counselor Updates
High school, CBO and independent counselors are invited to join one of our Virtual Counselor Updates to learn what's new at Syracuse this year. Discussion of opportunities for undergraduate students and what's new on campus will be followed by time for Q&A. We look forward to connecting!
The Office of Admissions welcomes students and their families to schedule an in-person campus visit. Please visit our Campus Visits webpage for registration information. In addition to student-led tours, we also offer a self-guided and virtual tour.
Students are also invited to join us for one or more of our virtual sessions, including general information sessions and school/college sessions. Additional themed sessions and student panels will be added throughout the semester.
We invite counselors to contact their regional representative to schedule a visit or other virtual program.
We continue to offer optional personal interviews to any interested applicant. All interviews are conducted virtually via Zoom and are available from July through mid-December.
General Questions: Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 315-443-3611.
You may also contact your regional representative.
Mailing List: If your student would like to join our mailing list, please encourage them to complete our Request for Information Form.
- Application Deadlines
- Schedule a Visit
- What We Look For
- First Year Applicants
- Tuition, Financial Aid, and Scholarships
- International Applicants
- Application Checklist
- Majors & Minors
Syracuse University utilizes the Common Application and a holistic review process. We encourage students to utilize our application checklist and MySlice portal to ensure submission of all required documents.
International applicants must submit an English proficiency examination score. Learn about accepted English proficiency exam scores.
Syracuse honors College Board and ACT fee waivers, NACAC fee waivers, and requests from school counselors documenting financial hardship.
Application materials not submitted through the Common Application can be emailed to email@example.com, faxed to 315-443-4226 or mailed to:
Undergraduate Admissions Processing Center
400 Ostrom Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13244
Dates & Deadlines
Review our enrollment options, dates, and deadlines for further instructions on submitting applications.
Please note our college-specific requirements for additional application items and due dates, such as portfolios and auditions.