Syracuse University

900 South Crouse Ave., Syracuse, NY 13244
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Whether you say “anchors aweigh,” “forward march,” or “press on,” Syracuse University speaks your language. We’ve been welcoming veterans to campus since 1918 when nearly 800 vets enrolled upon discharge from the service after World War I. Thousands of veterans have attended Syracuse University since then, and today the campus is home to hundreds of students with ties to the armed forces. Syracuse is a private research university with a world-class reputation and veteran and military support system. You’ll thrive in small classes (most have fewer than 20 students), while you build your skills and professional network via internships.

01/04/2017  9:18 AM

Headed to the Student Veterans of America 2017 National Conference this week? Syracuse will be exhibiting - be sure to stop by and say hello!

12/21/2016  8:04 AM

Wishing you a safe, restful, and enjoyable holiday season and looking forward to connecting with you again in the new year.

12/19/2016  8:08 AM

If you couldn't make it to campus, check out some of the great Fall 2016 semester photos of SU by students, faculty, and staff!

12/12/2016  8:24 AM

Miss our DoD school webinar this morning? We have another from 12-2 today. It will answer questions about financial aid, benefits, majors, ROTC and more. Just copy & paste the link ( and follow the directions.

Syracuse University News » » Student Veteran Peer Advisors a Ready Resource for Incoming Veterans

A new peer advising program on campus, Peer Advisors for Veteran Education (P.A.V.E.), matches student veteran peer advisors with incoming student veterans to
12/07/2016  10:14 AM

The Syracuse University chapter of P.A.V.E. -- the Student Veteran Peer Advisors group -- is getting ready for its second round of advisees this spring semester!

11/30/2016  9:36 AM

Military and Veteran Admissions Counselors have upcoming visits in NY and CA. Check out the website for more details.

11/22/2016  3:35 PM

Wishing you all a happy and restful Thanksgiving with food, family...and maybe even a little football.

Veterans & Military on Twitter

“Don Waful @syracuseU 100 year old #veteran alum and WWII POW is honored as Hometown Hero @Cuse game vs. NC State #VeteransDay”

11/18/2016  11:46 AM

Don Waful, a 100 year old Veteran, Syracuse University alum, and WWII POW was honored as the Hometown Hero at the Military Appreciation Day football game vs. NC State this past Saturday.

11/11/2016  8:58 AM

Happy Veterans Day! Syracuse is rounding out a wonderful week of support and recognition with today's fun run, Veterans Day Ceremony and luncheon, and tomorrow's Military Appreciation Day at the football game in the Carrier Dome.

11/08/2016  10:31 AM

This morning Chancellor Kent Syverud signed the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Statement of Support on behalf of Syracuse University.

11/07/2016  8:12 AM

Syracuse is proud to join the over 4 million supporters of "Greenlight A Vet." Both the Hall of Languages and Hendricks Chapel will be lit this week in honor of our veteran students, staff, and faculty--and those throughout the world.
11/01/2016  9:32 AM

We are so pleased and honored to be ranked #3 in the 4-Year School category of Military Times' "Best For Vets 2017 College Rankings."

10/26/2016  8:53 AM

If you're interested in talking to someone about Syracuse University, there might be a veteran and military admissions counselor in your area some time soon. You can check out the travel schedule here:

Veterans & Military (@SyracuseVMA) | Twitter

The latest Tweets from Veterans & Military (@SyracuseVMA). The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs serves as Syracuse University’s single point of entry for all veteran and military related programs and initiatives. Syracuse, New York
10/17/2016  8:05 AM

The Syracuse International Film Festival, in collaboration with The Syracuse University Institute for Veteran and Military Families (IVMF) and the Office of Veteran and Military Afairs (OVMA), will present 3 films in tribute to the military and veteran community as part of the 2016 film festival.

Syracuse University News » » Student Veteran Peer Advisors a Ready Resource for Incoming Veterans

A new peer advising program on campus, Peer Advisors for Veteran Education (P.A.V.E.), matches student veteran peer advisors with incoming student veterans to
10/07/2016  9:10 AM

If you're at all concerned about making the transition into college, the current student veterans understand, and set up a chapter of P.A.V.E. on campus to help.

10/04/2016  1:34 PM

The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs (OVMA) works hard to both schedule and sponsor events throughout the year, and to make sure that students have access to whatever resource they need. Check out their website to see a few.

Veterans & Military on Twitter

“OVMA Executive Director @rnovack82 kicks off the first #StudentVeteran luncheon of the semester”

09/30/2016  8:03 AM

This past Wednesday was the first Student Veteran Luncheon of the semester. These events provide a place to socialize and network with other student veterans, presentations about a variety of topics including financial literacy for veterans and career advice, and perhaps best of all, free lunch.

09/26/2016  10:44 AM

Are you located in Canandaigua, Rochester, or Watertown and want to chat with an SU Veterans Admissions Counselor? How about Germany? Or Italy? Admissions representatives will be literally all over the world this week - check out their schedule at

09/22/2016  9:59 AM

The United States Navy Memorial Foundation (USNMF) honored Syracuse University Life Trustee Daniel A. D’Aniello ’68 at the 2016 Lone Sailor Awards Dinner on Sept. 14 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.

09/19/2016  1:21 PM

U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Jordan Robinson was honored as a "Hometown Hero" at the Syracuse Homecoming game against the University of South Florida this past Saturday.

09/16/2016  10:03 AM

Faculty member in the College of Engineering & Computer Science, Melissa Green, recently won a grant from the Office of Naval Research to study fluid dynamics as it relates to the dangerous business of landing airplanes on aircraft carriers.

09/15/2016  2:16 PM

The Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises Program at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management was just ranked #1 for Veterans by the USA Today-affiliated website, College Factual.

09/14/2016  7:53 AM

Syracuse University saw a leap in standings on the list of 'Best Colleges for Veterans' through U.S. News & World Report in 2017. Moving from 50th last year to 36th this year, the list is comprised of nearly 300 colleges nationwide.

09/07/2016  9:12 AM

Want to meet with someone from Syracuse University but can't make it to campus? Check out the "Meet with SU" page to see when an admissions counselor will be in your area. This page is updated frequently, so check back if you don't see anything that works for you right now.

09/01/2016  7:32 AM

Syracuse University has a long history of welcoming veterans to campus. This fall the Syracuse University Libraries' exhibition will explore the dramatic impact of the GI Bill on veterans in general and specifically at SU.

08/26/2016  11:26 AM

While academics are certainly at the forefront of the Syracuse University experience, sports are important too. The Daily Orange (award-winning student newspaper) wants you to know about nine Syracuse traditions before attending a game at SU.

08/25/2016  7:47 AM

Yesterday was the Fall 2016 Student Veteran Orientation and Welcome. It was exciting to see the members of the incoming class meet with the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor, and both on- and off-campus student veteran service representatives at the resource fair and reception.

08/24/2016  9:55 AM

“Diversity is critical to 21st-century success,” says Chancellor Syverud. “The strength of this university, as a whole, comes from embracing the unique talents, history and perspective of every individual on this campus.”

#CuseCamp16: Football Spends Off Day at Fort Drum

For the fifth straight year, the Syracuse University football team traveled to Fort Drum to learn from the men and women of the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division. The Orange conducted a football clinic for the children of military personnel, ate lunch with members of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team and enjoyed a rainsoaked afternoon on the paintball course.

08/23/2016  9:10 AM

For the fifth straight year, the Syracuse Football team spent part of their preseason camp with the men and women of Fort Drum.

08/22/2016  9:54 AM

Many improvement projects took place on campus this summer, but none so sigificant as the new promenade. What was once a road with regular traffic is now a wide walkway better-connecting two parts of main campus.

08/18/2016  10:17 AM

Next Wednesday, August 24th, the new class arrives for their Veterans Welcome & Resource Fair and then classes start on Monday, August 29th!

07/27/2016  8:30 AM

Syracuse University's award winning student newspaper, the Daily Orange, recently did a story on the university's historic and on-going mission to be the best place for veterans.

07/22/2016  7:14 AM

Secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Army veteran Robert McDonald was on campus this week speaking with students in the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs about "Values Based Leadership."

Orange Raise Nearly $20,000 for Rare-Disease Research

The Syracuse chapter of Uplifting Athletes welcomed friends, family and fans to its fourth annual "Lift for Life" on Wednesday, July 20 inside Manley Field House. They were there to cheer on members of the Orange football team, who split up into nine groups and competed in a series of different events to raise research funds and awareness for those affected by rare diseases.

07/21/2016  7:43 AM

Syracuse Football was joined last night by the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, raising nearly $20,000 at their annual "Lift For Life." Each year this event is put on by the Syracuse chapter of Uplifting Athletes, and the funds will go to rare disease research.

10 years of SU entrepreneurship bootcamp for disabled vets

10 years of SU entrepreneurship bootcamp for disabled vets

07/19/2016  7:25 AM

Syracuse University is not only a top tier research instituion, it is also the home to the Institute for Veterans and Military Families. Part of that organization is the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) - a program that started 10 years ago with 17 students and has now helped 34,000.

07/18/2016  10:19 AM

Interested in Communications@Syracuse? Check out this interview with a currently enrolled student stationed in Belgium!

07/15/2016  7:27 AM

It's been wonderful having the Warrior Scholar Project students on campus this week, even if Molly isn't that interested in Plato.

07/12/2016  7:26 AM

Did you know that most 100% Yellow Ribbon-eligable veterans are able to complete their education at Syracuse without any out-of-pocket costs for tuition or fees? To learn more, visit

07/08/2016  10:37 AM

Student Veteran & Military Admisions Counselor Jessica Calhoun will be at the Navy Operational Support Center in Syracuse, NY tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. if you are around and have questions about Syracuse University.
07/08/2016  7:22 AM

The Campus Framework that includes the building of the National Veterans Resource Complex (NVRC) has many goals and objectives including sustainability systems and dramatically increased accessibility. To see more of what's happening across all areas of campus, visit

07/05/2016  7:48 AM

Just because you can't make it to campus doesn't necessarily mean that you can't get a degree from Syracuse. Syracuse University offers online bachelor degrees in creative leadership and knowledge management.

07/01/2016  12:57 PM

We hope you have a safe and restful Independence Day!

Introducing SVO

The SVO stands for the Syracuse University Student Veteran Organization. An organization formed to benefit the student veterans on the SU campus by providing...

06/30/2016  9:24 AM

There are many staff and faculty members across campus ready to help student veterans--but sometimes your colleagues will be your best support system. Learn more about the Student Veteran Organization (SVO) at Syracuse.

SHoP Architects to Design National Veterans Resource Complex at Syracuse University

Following the shortlisting of three finalists in January, Syracuse University announced today that SHoP Architects has been selected to design the...

06/28/2016  8:41 AM

Exciting feature about the National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) in Arch Daily last week!

06/23/2016  10:48 AM

Syracuse is not just a top-tier university--it's a cool town! Great food, public art, live music, outdoor movies, and a wide-spread community feel are all incidental benefits of coming to SU.

06/22/2016  7:07 AM

The winner of the design competition for the National Veterans Resource Center has been announced. Out of the three design firm finalists, SHoP will work with the university on this first-of-its-kind multi-use facility.

06/21/2016  8:16 AM

Yesterday afternoon Syracuse University released its Campus Framework Draft - a document 1.5 years in the making to reimagine campus in ways that support learning and community needs now and in the future. The number 1 item under "Support Academic Excellence" is the National Veterans Resource Complex (NVRC). Learn more about it and other initiatives at

Warrior Scholar Project | Welcome

Immersive one and two week academic workshops or "bootcamps" provided free of charge to enlisted veterans and held at some of America's top colleges and universities.
06/20/2016  12:33 PM

Did you know that Syracuse University is a Warrior Scholar Project location? To learn more about the project, visit their website.

06/09/2016  3:28 PM

This coming Saturday, June 11th, Veteran & Military Admissions Counselor, Jessica Calhoun, will be at the Air National Guard Family Day at E. Molloy Road in Syracuse from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to answer your admissions questions.

06/09/2016  10:46 AM

Jim Lorraine '85 was on active duty with the Air Force for 23 years. In 2014 he launched America's Warrior Partnership which empowers the veteran population of partner communities through a model program to ensure veterans have successful access to the benefits they are entitled to.

06/07/2016  8:18 AM

Current graduate student and U.S. Marine Corps veteran Jordan Robinson is interning with the State Department in Australia this summer. Learn more about her journey, and other Syracuse University students, in our "Scholar Spotlight."
06/06/2016  7:17 AM

Chris Meek '92 is the founder of Soldier Strong which funds and awards medical devices including prosthetics to individual veterans and bionic exoskeleton suits--which allow paralyzed individuals to stand and walk--to military rehabilitation centers.

06/03/2016  7:26 AM

Lorimer Rich, 1914 graduate of Syracuse University and architect of the Tomb of the Unknowns, is remembered in this article, "Building the Tomb, honoring the fallen" in Soldiers Magazine online.

06/02/2016  9:14 AM

Yesterday, soliders from Fort Drum's 2nd Brigade Combat Team were on campus to play a little football.

05/19/2016  10:24 AM

Syracuse University is fortunate to be one of 30 new schools across the nation to be selected for the Peer Advisors for Veteran Education (P.A.V.E.) program. This program connects incoming students with current veterans on campus to help them make a smooth transition to student life.

05/17/2016  7:06 AM

Current graduate student Kyle Elizabeth Kellner was recently awarded one of 5 military scholarships by the NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors Inc. The scholarship is awarded to servicemembers, veterans and their spouses who are pursuing a counseling education and commit to serving fellow military personnel, veterans and families upon graduation.

05/13/2016  8:45 AM

Wednesday was the Veteran Commencement Ceremony. Speaker Major Mike Erwin of Team Red, White & Blue emphasised the need for graduates to maintain their optimisim, their gratitude, the ability to think for themselves, and to remember that "other people matter."
05/10/2016  10:09 AM

Winston Fisher '96 started the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund to raise money for the treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI). It has provided $120 million to support veterans and their families, including financing the construction of the National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) which opened in 2010.

05/06/2016  10:59 AM

In Chancellor Syverud's inagural address he made advancing veteran affairs at Syracuse one of the top four institutional priorities. The student newspaper, The Daily Orange, reported on what has been going on since that day.

No One Left

Keeping Our Promise and Saving the heroic interpreters, and their families who served honorably alongside our forces in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan start a new life in the United States.

No One Left Non-Profit
05/05/2016  9:44 AM

Matt Zeller G'06 started the non-profit "No One Left Behind" after helping his former Afgan translator resettle in the United States; realizing there were very few resources for these individuals. The organization has helped 1,335 people in the last year alone and hopes to assist at least 40,000 in the next 10 years.

05/04/2016  7:39 AM

May the 4th be with you!

Newhouse military visual journalism students recognized by Department of Defense for multimedia work | Newhouse School - Syracuse University

Two students in the Newhouse School’s Military Visual Journalism program have received top honors from the U.S. Department of Defense as part of the Visual Information Awards program.
05/03/2016  7:45 AM

Two students in the Newhouse School of Public Communications's military visual journalism program received top honors in the U.S. Department of Defense's 2016 Visual Information Awards Program.

04/28/2016  9:45 AM

The Student Veteran Organization (SVO) at Syracuse had its elections and have announced their new leadership! With tons of events, service projects, and leadership opportunities, this is a great organization to get involved with at SU.

04/27/2016  9:40 AM

Veteran and Military Admissions Counselor Jessica Calhoun is at the Flanagan Campus of the Community College of Rhode Island today for the Military Fair. Tomorrow you'll be able to find her at the Liston Campus. Stop by, say hello, and get your questions answered! 4/27 Flanagan Campus 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Cafeteria 4/28 Liston Campus 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Cafeteria

04/26/2016  11:17 AM

We’re pleased to announce the creation of the Veteran and Military Student Enrollment and Resource Center (VetMilSerc). This website was built to help current and future Military and Veteran students at Syracuse University connect with the support and resources they need. Here you’ll find information about admissions, benefits, advising, housing and more.

04/25/2016  12:47 PM

SU Professor Brooks B. Gump was awarded a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to continue the Research Education for Undergraduates (REU) program focused on training veterans interested in becoming trauma researchers.

04/22/2016  7:53 AM

The Syracuse University Chancellor's Awards for Public Engagement and Scholarship are presented to students and student organizations across every school, college, and residence life program at the university. This year two out of the nine categories were won by student veterans, and in two additional categories student veterans had honorable mentions.

04/20/2016  3:52 PM

Tomorrow, Syracuse University student veterans will by on a road trip to NYC for a job fair and employer networking event!

04/20/2016  9:27 AM

Want to know more about Syracuse? Do you attend Jefferson Community College? We're there today! Stop by to get your questions answered. April 20 Jefferson Community College 1220 Coffeen Street Watertown, NY 13601 9:00 a.m. Veterans Lounge – Student Success Center, 1st Floor (Bldg 15, Rm 15-136)

04/18/2016  7:57 AM

Veterans eligible for the 100% Yellow Ribbon Program receive an annual $3,000 grant from Syracuse University to apply toward on-campus housing. We're pleased to announce that this benefit is now also extended to those with Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Benefits as well!

04/15/2016  10:40 AM

This Saturday is the 2016 OrangeAbility Accessible Athletics Expo. Military and Veteran Admissions Counselor Jessica Calhoun will be in attendance to answer any of your admissions questions...and to play a little ball. Stop on by if you're in the area! You can find more information about the event here:

04/13/2016  10:25 AM

The exhibit "Women, War, and a Changing World: Alan Dunn's New Yorker Cartoons," which portrays the changing role of women during WWII, is on display now at the SUArt Galleries.

04/11/2016  7:55 AM

This Wednesday, Military and Veteran Admissions Counselor Jessica Calhoun will be at Onondaga Community College from 11:00-1:30. Coulter Library, Room 103. Stop by with questions, or just to say hello! Not in the area? Check out when SU may be visiting you here:

04/07/2016  1:29 PM

On April 16th Syracuse will be hosting the 2016 OrangeAbility Accessible Athletics Expo. The event is a partnership between our Institute for Veteran and Military Families, SU's Disability Cultural Center, the Department of Recreation Services, and Move Along, Inc. which is connected to the VA.

04/01/2016  12:00 PM

We are wishing all the best to both our Men's and Women's Basketball teams in their Final Four games this weekend. Go Orange!

03/31/2016  3:26 PM

The three finalists for the future National Veterans Resource Complex at SU will be on campus this spring as part of a School of Architecture lecture series.

03/30/2016  7:38 AM

Dr. Patrick Jones will be in room A-241 of the Pitkin Education Center at Bergen County Community College today at 3:30 p.m. to answer your questions about Syracuse University programs, resources, and more.
03/28/2016  9:02 AM

What a weekend! Our Men's and Women's Basketball teams are both headed to the Final Four!

03/23/2016  10:51 AM

Do you live in Bergen County, NJ and want to talk about transfer opportunities at Syracuse University? Dr. Patrick Jones will be in room A-241 of the Pitkin Education Center at Bergen County Community College on Wednesday, March 30th at 3:30 p.m. to answer your questions.

03/17/2016  11:59 AM

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Center of Excellence for Veterans Entrepreneurship at Syracuse University.

03/10/2016  8:21 AM

Virginia residents -- you'll have the opportunity to meet with SU representatives at the VA ACME Symposium Job Fair & Education Expo next week. We'll be visiting a few other locations too so check out the website for time and location specifics!

03/08/2016  7:57 AM

If you find yourself in Suffern, NY this afternoon and want to talk about opportunities at SU--Dan Czajak will be in the Veterans Lounge at Rockland Community College starting at 1:00 p.m.--and he'd be happy to answer your questions!

Welcome Michele G. Wheatly, Syracuse University Vice Chancellor and Provost

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03/04/2016  2:43 PM

We are pleased to welcome Michele G. Wheatley to Syracuse University as our new Vice Chancellor and Provost. As the daughter of two WWII veterans, and the wife of a U.S. Navy veteran, she understands, appreciates, and will continue to strengthen SU's commitment to veterans, servicemembers, and their families.

Syracuse University News » » Spreading Orange Around the World, One Care Package at a Time

There are a number of ways to take part in Orange Around the World. You can fill a box provided by the University, and then return your completed box for
03/03/2016  12:30 PM

"When people asked me what I walked away with from Syracuse, it was that idea of how to think, not what to think." Jason Yaley ('05, G '06), Strategy and Policy Advisor to the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Syracuse University News » » JPMorgan Chase Gives $13.8 Million to Renew Support for IVMF

JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the University announced a renewed $13.8 million commitment through 2020 to support the institute’s mission of advancing the
02/29/2016  9:45 AM

Our Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) had a big week last week!

SU participates in summer program to help veterans transition to college

SU will host veterans for weeklong programs over the summer to help them transition from the military into life at a four-year college as part of the Warrior-Scholar Project.
02/26/2016  8:01 AM

Did you know that Syracuse is one of 12 current host schools for the Warrior-Scholar Project--a series of programs that aim to help veterans make a smooth transition to a four-year college?

02/23/2016  10:51 AM

If you're in the area, we will be at the Fort Drum Career & Education Fair on Wednesday, February 24th from 10:00-2:00. Registration for the event is required, and you can find information on how to do so at the link below.

02/19/2016  7:31 AM

Veterans eligible for the 100% Yellow Ribbon Program also receive an annual $3,000 grant from Syracuse University to apply toward on-campus housing. Veterans with dependents should contact the Office of Financial Aid to discuss additional grant possibilities.

02/16/2016  8:34 AM

Syracuse alumnus and producer/editor for AFN Patrice Grant ('97, '06) was just honored as one of the Veterans In Blue for the Air Force. See what some of our other alumni are doing.

Syracuse University News » » Syracuse Scientists Integral to Discovery of Gravitational Waves (Video)

The discovery confirms a major prediction of Albert Einstein's 1915 general theory of relativity.
02/12/2016  9:20 AM

Syracuse University students and faculty are helping to change the way we understand the universe!

02/11/2016  8:49 AM

Our online Master of Science in Engineering Management was just ranked one of the Top 50 Online Engineering Management Degree Programs.

Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University is a top-ranked business school established in 1919. Accredited by the AACSB, the Whitman School includes programs in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, management, marketing, real estate, retail management and supply chain management, as well as traditional and online MBA and MS programs. Undergraduates, graduates and doctoral candidates combine rigorous classroom training with experiential learning to prepare them for careers in business.
02/10/2016  9:42 AM

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management is the No. 1-ranked private business school for veterans, and has been ranked No. 5 by Military Times in its 2016 list of Best for Vets: Business Schools, the publication announced Feb. 8.

02/09/2016  9:43 AM

Will a business degree help you land your dream job? The Whitman School of Management has top-ranked undergraduate and graduate programs.

02/03/2016  9:24 AM

The College of Law is hosting its 6th annual "Valor Day," providing free legal, financial, career, and counseling services for veterans, active duty service members, and their families. If you're local - consider attending!

02/01/2016  2:10 PM

We're not just helping students get into college, we're helping our graduates find their dream jobs through events like the Boots to Briefcase Veteran Networking Receptions.

01/28/2016  1:17 PM

Want to know when an SU rep will be coming to your community? Dates and locations are added frequently, so check back or contact us through CollegeRecon if your area isn't listed.

01/26/2016  9:07 AM

Today is the day! If you are at the Fort Stewart Education Fair be sure to chat with Dan about programs, resources, how your benefits work, or any other questions you might have about Syracuse University!

01/22/2016  8:28 AM

Dan Czajak, our Assistant Director for Veteran and Military Recruitment, will be at the Fort Stewart Education Fair on Tuesday, January 26th. If you'll be there too--be sure to stop by and say hello!

Syracuse University News » » University Announces Finalists to Design National Veterans Resource Complex

The selection committee has chosen three finalists to advance to the final round of the competition.
01/20/2016  11:41 AM

Another step on the way to our Veterans Resource Complex complete!

01/19/2016  10:21 AM

We're thrilled and honored that Chancellor Syverud was awarded the Inaugural William Pearson Tolley Champion for Veterans in Higher Education Award by the Student Veterans of America.

12/30/2015  7:24 PM

Syracuse University hopes to see you at the 2016 Student Veterans of America National Conference at Disney World (January 7th-10th). Be sure to visit the higher education pavilion. Opportunity awaits--Go Orange!

12/22/2015  9:57 AM

Veterans eligible for the 100% Yellow Ribbon Program also receive an annual $3,000 grant from Syracuse University to apply toward on-campus housing. Veterans with dependents should contact the Office of Financial Aid to discuss additional grant possibilities.

12/11/2015  1:15 PM

Most 100% yellow ribbon eligible veterans are able to complete their education at Syracuse University without any out-of-pocket costs for tuition or fees. If you do not have enough remaining eligibility to complete your degree, Syracuse has financial aid available to help you.

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In-State Undergraduate: $43,318
Out-of-State Undergraduate: $43,318
Average Textbooks: $1,440

In-State Graduate: $33,312
Out-of-State Graduate: $33,312
Student Count

Undergraduate: 15,224
Graduate: 6,268
GI Bill Students: 409

Male: 46.0%
Female: 54.0%


Religious: No Religious Affiliation
Ethnicity: No ethnic affiliation
Gender: Coed School

School information

Duration: 4 Year
College Type: Private
Setting: Urban
Accreditation: Regional
Calendar: Semesters

Online Undergraduate Courses: Yes
Online Graduate Courses: Yes

Avg. accepted score

SAT Math: 605
SAT Critical Reading: 570
ACT: 27


Admissions Info

900 South Crouse Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13244

(315) 443-1870
College Website

Veteran Affairs Info

Ron Novak
IVMF at Barclay, 150 Crouse Drive
Syracuse, NY 13244

College Website

Military Offerings
Military/Veteran Support
B.A.H $1,308
Campus SVA Chapter yes
Full-Time Veteran Counselor On Campus yes
Signed VA Principles Of Excellence yes
Club/Association For Veterans yes
Veteran Upward Bound Program no
8 Keys to Veterans' Success yes
Offers ROTC Program yes
Member of S.O.C no
Academic Support
Offers College Credit for Military Experiences yes
Awards Credit For CLEP Exam yes
Awards Credit For DSST Exam yes
Financial Support
Comply with The Veteran's Choice Act no
Approved for TA Funding yes
Yellow Ribbon Program yes
Scholarships for Military yes
Reduced Tuition for Military yes
Majors Offered
  • A Associates
  • B Bachelors
  • BC Post B.A Certificate
  • M Masters
  • MC Post M.A Certificate
  • D Doctorate
  • Accounting B M
  • Acting B
  • Advertising B M
  • Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering B
  • African Studies M
  • African-American/Black Studies B
  • Anthropology B M D
  • Applied Mathematics, General B
  • Architectural History and Criticism, General B
  • Architecture B M
  • Art History, Criticism and Conservation B M
  • Art Teacher Education B M
  • Art/Art Studies, General B
  • Arts, Entertainment,and Media Management, General M
  • Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist M D
  • Biochemistry B
  • Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering B M D
  • Biology Teacher Education B M
  • Biology/Biological Sciences, General B M D
  • Biophysics B D
  • Biotechnology B
  • Broadcast Journalism B M
  • Business Administration and Management, General B M D
  • Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other M
  • Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other M
  • Ceramic Arts and Ceramics B M
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  • Rhetoric and Composition MC D
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  • School Psychology D
  • Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education D
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  • Stringed Instruments B M
  • Substance Abuse/Addiction Counseling BC
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  • Systems Science and Theory B
  • Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods, Oth D
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  • Technical Theatre/Theatre Design and Technology B
  • Transportation/Mobility Management B
  • Voice and Opera B M
  • Women's Studies B BC