At Syracuse University, four seasons provide an ever-changing stage for year-round festivals, expos and installations, and athletic events that unite the student body in an unstoppable wave of orange. Our campus is big enough to lose yourself in your interests, but small enough that you’ll soon feel at home.
Here you’ll learn a little more about some of our favorite places on campus, but planning a visit is the best way to get a feel for a place that will soon feel like home.
Home to the Syracuse Orange football, basketball, and lacrosse teams, “The Dome” is one of the largest (and arguably loudest) domed stadiums in the nation.
Hendricks Chapel warmly welcomes people of all faiths. Connecting diverse backgrounds, the chapel is a gathering place for worship and study in areas like spirituality and social justice.
Whether you’re a performer or a fan, there are plenty of chances to enjoy music, theater, comedy, and dance on campus year-round.
Schine and Goldstein Student Centers
Meet a classmate for coffee. Discover your new favorite band. Pick up tickets to a guest lecture. As a student, you’ll spend more than just a little time at the Schine and Goldstein Student Centers.
The Connective Corridor is a civic engagement initiative led by Syracuse University, working with the City of Syracuse and Onondaga County. The Corridor creates a connection between the City and University, making it easier and more feasible for students to access many great downtown activities.
At Syracuse University, student-run media is more than just an opportunity for budding journalists to hone their craft. No one knows the ins and outs of the university like students, so no one is better positioned to share what’s happening, what’s now, and what’s next.
Museums and galleries
The Coalitions of Museum and Art Centers (CMAC) at Syracuse University showcases the University community’s talents by exploring the visual and electronic arts through exhibitions, publications, public presentations, education, and scholarship.
The University’s bookstore is a primary resource for textbooks, general interest books, art and office supplies, and even a custom framing shop.