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Global scholarship in the heart of New York

Syracuse University's tradition of excellence in scholarship and its innovative spirit makes it the perfect place to begin or continue your university education. Ranked in the top 75 universities in the nation, SU offers hundreds of majors, flexible study options, and research opportunities for undergraduates and graduates, all in an ideal campus setting.

Undergraduate majors     Graduate majors

    Undergraduate feature: Chemistry

    Choose from the B.A. or B.S. track, with the chance to conduct research and take a variety of courses in general, physical, organic, and inorganic chemistry. Read more.

    Graduate feature: Vice President Biden to deliver 2016 College of Law commencement address

    Biden L’68 will deliver the address May 13 at Carrier Dome. Read more.

    Research feature: Trauma Research with Veterans

    Brooks B. Gump was awarded a three-year, $297,135 NSF grant to continue research to train veterans interested in becoming trauma researchers. Read more.

    International Education feature: Sustainable Design in the Heart of Dubai

    Architecture students spent their spring break exploring sustainable design in Dubai. Read more.

    Welcome Provost Wheatly

    Vice Chancellor and Provost-Designate Michele G. Wheatly

    Described as a dynamic leader, an internationally recognized scholar and a true champion of a liberal education, Michele G. Wheatly has been named Vice Chancellor and Provost of Syracuse University. Wheatly assumed her new role on May 16, 2016. Read more

    Student Scholar


    Robert Swanda, a double major in nutrition science and biology, was named a 2016 Syracuse University Scholar, the highest undergraduate academic honor the University bestows. Read more.

    Syracuse Signature Programs


    Enrich your Syracuse experience through our signature programs: