Spring 2021 Updates
We realize that the search, application and decision process is constantly changing due to COVID-19. We continue to closely monitor the situation and offer the following updates to assist you and your students.
The University is planning for a fully in-person Fall 2021 semester. We will remain vigilant and cautious, follow all public health guidance related to COVID-19 and continue to take care of those who remain at risk. For additional updates related to COVID-19, please visit our Stay Safe webpage.
While campus is physically closed to visitors, we invite counselors to contact us to have an admissions representative host a 30-minute virtual visit for your students.
Virtual visits can take the traditional form of an information session followed by Q&A or a themed session on a variety of topics including college application best practices, tips for essay writing, and how to build a college list.
For Prospective Students
If students would like to visit campus, we are offering self-guided tours throughout the spring. We hope to provide a more robust campus visit experience this summer or fall 2021, pending public health guidance.
- Given the extraordinary circumstances facing high school students and families due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SAT/ACT scores will not be required for students applying for fall 2021 or fall 2022 admission. Students who are unable to submit test scores, or who choose not to, will not be disadvantaged and will remain eligible for merit scholarships. Please read the full details surrounding this update here.
- For students who are not able to access a TOEFL or IELTS testing center, we are now accepting the Duolingo English Test.
- For juniors and potential applicants not able to take their at-home AP Tests, the Admissions Committee will consider their course completion favorably.
Please know how much we appreciate your dedication and partnership, especially during this uncertain time. If there is anything we can do for you this spring, please let us know.
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For general inquiries and group tour requests, reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 315-443-3611.
To contact your regional representative, please visit our Meet Your Admissions Representative page.
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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.
ACT and/or SAT scores are required for domestic applicants, except for students pursuing certain programs within the College of Visual and Performing Arts (a portfolio and/or audition is required instead).
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
716 East Washington St., Suite 200
Syracuse, NY 14210
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.