You could be a pioneer like Lt. Col. Eileen Collins ’78, the first female space shuttle commander, John Tsebe, the first black national librarian in South Africa, or Robert Jarvik ’68, H’83, inventor of the artificial heart. You could be the next household name, like TV personality Dick Clark ’51, or actor Taye Diggs ’93. You could dominate the arena, like basketball player Carmelo Anthony, or Hall of Fame member, Jim Boeheim ’66, G’73. Or you could influence generations, like Joseph Biden L’68, former Vice President of the United States.
Whatever you decide to do and become, we know it’s going to be amazing. And we know because of the opportunities you’ll have here, including to:
- Network with more than 230,000 alumni from all 50 states and more than 162 countries.
- Intern at some of the world’s most admired companies such as Google, Nestle, BMW, J.P. Morgan Chase, General Electric, and Nike.
- Expand your career options by exploring the numerous fields available in the College of Arts and Sciences, the heart of the University’s liberal arts experience.
- Study abroad with one of the top programs in the country.
- Rely on Career Services to guide you through all stages of career planning.
First-Year Student Requirements
If you are currently enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited secondary school, please apply as a first-year student.
Homeschooled Student Requirements
Homeschooled prospective students applying to Syracuse University for undergraduate admission should be aware of the extra requirements to be considered for admission.
Use this checklist if you will be an incoming first-year student, and currently attend high school in the United States (or if you are a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident and studying outside the U.S.).
Set the tone for your college career with an inaugural semester in Florence, Italy; Madrid, Spain; or Strasbourg, France.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are your requirements for admission?
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- How do I monitor the status of my application materials online?
- Do you offer merit scholarships?
- When should I apply for financial aid?
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