By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.

Campus Visits

Come see Syracuse's beautiful, iconic campus in any season, take a self-guided tour and gain insight to undergraduate experience. Plan your visit and get ready to make yourself at home.

At this time, we are not offering formal campus tours to prospective students and their families. However, we invite you to explore campus using our self-guided tour. Please note: Access to buildings on campus, other than the Office of Admissions, is limited to current students, faculty and staff only. To see interior spaces, we invite you to take our virtual campus tour.

If you intend to visit campus, we encourage all families to be aware of New York’s current travel advisory in advance of your visit. All campus visitors are required to wear face masks or face coverings in accordance with Syracuse University’s health and safety precautions.

Planning to visit on a weekday?

It would be our pleasure to personally welcome you to campus. Please stop by the Visitor’s Center, 100 Crouse-Hinds Hall, 900 S. Crouse Avenue, between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. to register, get information about our self-guided tour and pick up printed resources.

Planning to visit on a weekend?

We hate that we missed you! To access the self-guided tour, please visit Crouse-Hinds Hall at 900 South Crouse Avenue and scan the QR code on the front door to gain access to the self-guided tour.

Planning to visit this summer?

We look forward to welcoming prospective students and families to campus for student-led campus tours this summer. If your schedule is flexible, we encourage you to plan a visit then or in the fall so that you can have the most robust campus visit experience. More details will be available in the coming weeks.


  • Daily Visitor Parking

    Information about short-term parking, admissions parking, lot locations, accessibility, directions and maps.

  • Things to Do in the City of Syracuse

    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.