The newly renovated Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine Student Center is the University’s living room. As the hub for student life, Schine is the place to meet, eat, relax, study and attend events. It features open and accessible spaces and a central atrium with a two-story video wall.
You’ll savor the selections of such eateries as Panda Express, Dunkin’, CoreLife Eatery and the Halal Shack. You’ll find Syracuse University apparel, academic resources and other items at the
, which also includes a food market and event space. And you’ll see concerts and guest lectures in Goldstein Auditorium.
At its heart, the Schine Student Center brings together cultural centers, student organizations and other services to encourage collaboration and make students feel at home.
The Ann and Alfred Goldstein Student Center is a 33,000 square-foot facility located on South Campus at Syracuse University. Located within the Center is a dining center, a convenience store, computer cluster, laundry room, fitness center, video games, ATM, and a quiet study lounge.
Also of Interest
Student Centers and Programming Services (SCPS) manages the Schine and Goldstein Student Centers and supports student, academic and co-curricular programs and events.
Syracuse University offers a vibrant array of campus events that support our students’ academic, intellectual and personal development.
As the hub for student wellness, the Barnes Center at The Arch features programs, services and offerings that promote holistic health and well-being, all in one accessible, centralized space on campus.
We are dedicated to maintaining an environment where you feel at home. A big part of that is making sure you are safe and feel comfortable, wherever you are.