Syracuse University Division of Student Affairs works with students, faculty, staff, and community partners to deliver programs and services to enhance the student experience at SU. It supports student leadership and works to create opportunities for them to engage meaningfully with the University and the world.
School of Education
Syracuse University’s School of Education, a national leader in improving and informing educational practice for diverse communities, is committed to the principle that diverse learning communities create the conditions that both enrich the educational experience and provide opportunities for all to realize their full potential. The School of Education pioneered the inclusion movement in the United States, making way for all learners to participate fully in mainstream classrooms and other inclusive learning environments.
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science (E&CS) has a long tradition of preparing leaders and of responsiveness in meeting regional and national needs.
David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics
The David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics brings together Syracuse University’s professional programs in Child and Family Studies, Health and Wellness, Hospitality Management, Marriage and Family Therapy, Nutrition Science and Dietetics, Social Work, and Sport Management in an environment of cross-disciplinary teaching, research, practice, and service.
Whitman School of Management
Whitman is one of the nation’s oldest business schools and also one of the most innovative, promoting firsthand experiences to give you the most dynamic, powerful programs of study possible.
The Renée Crown University Honors Program is an enhanced educational experience for exceptional students. It is a selective, demanding, and rewarding program for students who seek an intense intellectual challenge and are prepared to invest the extra effort required to meet that challenge.
Syracuse University’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs has a rich history of providing students access to a private education.
The Syracuse University Division of Student Affairs works with students, faculty, staff, and community partners to deliver programs and services to enhance the student experience at SU.
Department of Public Safety
The Department of Public Safety is dedicated to maintaining a safe and secure living, learning and working environment in partnership with those it serves by respectfully employing the highest professional standards and providing exceptional service to the Syracuse University community.
Office of First Year and Transfer Students
It’s devoted to helping you make a successful and fulfilling transition to SU. From the day you are accepted (as a first-year or transfer student) throughout your SU career, FYTP is your partner in academic excellence, getting to know our environments, and starting your experience with confidence.
Hendricks Chapel is the diverse religious, spiritual, ethical and cultural heart of Syracuse University that connects people of all faiths and no faith through active engagement, mutual dialogue, reflective spirituality, responsible leadership and a rigorous commitment to social justice.
Office of Residence Life
We create residential communities where living and learning experiences prepare students to pursue their life goals.
Human Resources Student Employment Services (HRSES) provides students the opportunity for personal growth, experience and training through on and off-campus employment and related community service.
Say Yes is a landmark collaboration that brings the Syracuse City School District, Syracuse University, Say Yes to Education, Inc., the Syracuse Teachers’ Association, the Syracuse Association of Administrators and Supervisors, the City of Syracuse, Onondaga County, the American Institutes for Research, and a diverse group of Syracuse area corporate, non-profit, and philanthropic organizations together to organize people, time, money and resources to support city students.
Syracuse City School District
The Syracuse City School District and Syracuse University’s Higher Educational Opportunity Program are partnering together on a new mentoring relationship. The program is entitled Developing Excellent Academic Leaders (D.E.A.L.) and will match students from the HEOP program at Syracuse with students at Clary Middle School.
Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County
Our mission is to build upon our heritage and collectively support community initiatives that raise literacy levels across the lifespan in Onondaga County. Solving the problem of low literacy gets at the root of educational, social and economic issues in a way that no single subject does.
SRC’s mission is to help keep America safe and strong by protecting its people, environment and way of life. We will do this by focusing on our customers’ needs through the innovative application of science, technology and information to solve problems of national significance.
NY Campus Compact
The NYCC is a membership association of college and university presidents committed to promoting “active citizenship as an aim of higher education.” Two-year and four year campuses, public and independent institutions, from Buffalo to New York City, Southern Tier to the North Country, have joined to promote civic engagement, campus/community partnerships and service-learning. The NYCC provides statewide leadership in advocating for, supporting, and increasing student involvement in academic and co-curricular based public service, in order to strengthen the capacity of member institutions to serve society; to enhance student learning; and to develop in individual students the knowledge, values, skills, and habits of civic responsibility and democratic participation.
Campus Compact is a national coalition of almost 1,200 college and university presidents—representing some 6 million students—who are committed to fulfilling the civic purposes of higher education.
AmeriCorps is an opportunity to make a big difference in your life and in the lives of those around you. It’s a chance to apply your skills and ideals toward helping others and meeting critical needs in the community.
The Foundation encourages project-specific programs but also selectively supports capital campaigns and unrestricted gifts to grantee organizations. There is a preference for projects in Los Angeles and New York – or those having an international component. The Winnick Family Foundation does not publish an annual report or grant list.