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Syracuse University

Syracuse University



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  • About Syracuse University


    Syracuse University was started in 1870. The University is based out of Syracuse in the heart of New York State and is well connected to leading cities across the USA and Canada. Syracuse University holds the distinction of starting the first degree granting College of Fine Arts in the USA. Syracuse University ranks among the top 75 universities in the USA and has a strong community of international students from the Middle East and South Asia.

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    What courses does Syracuse University offer?

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    Social Studies and Media
    Social Studies and Media
    Applied and Pure Sciences
    Applied and Pure Sciences
    Business and Management
    Business and Management
    Education and Training
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    Creative Arts and Design
    Creative Arts and Design


    School of Architecture

    Syracuse University, 201 Slocum Hall, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    College of Arts and Sciences

    Syracuse University, 301 Hall of Languages, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    School of Information Studies

    343 Hinds Hall, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    College of Law

    Dineen Hall , 950 Irving Avenue, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    Martin J Whitman School of Management

    Syracuse University, 721 University Avenue, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    S I Newhouse School of Public Communications

    215 University Place, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    Syracuse University

    900 South Crouse Ave, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    L C Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science

    223 Link Hall, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    School of Education

    Syracuse University, 230 Huntington Hall, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.

    College of Visual and Performing Arts

    Syracuse University, 202 Crouse College, SYRACUSE, New York, United States, 13244.


    Here's what Indian students are saying about their experience at Syracuse University.

    What Indian students say

    When asked, 100% of reviewers recommend Syracuse University

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    Admission process

    (3 out of 5)

    Funding / Scholarships

    (4 out of 5)

    Study experience

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    Life experience

    (3 out of 5)

    Job prospects

    (4 out of 5)

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    Syracuse University is a good school for Supply Chain Management (SCM) but not a good school for Finance MBA.

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    About the accommodation

    Syracuse University provides housing for approximately 70 per cent of the undergraduate students. It provides housing opportunities to all students and assigns students as roommates on an equal basis without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, or national origin. All residence halls are coeducational (coed) and include several floor plan configurations (coed by wing, by floor, by alternating rooms). All residence halls have single-gender community bathrooms. An open double is a room shared with one roommate; split double is a room divided by a wall that is shared with one roommate; suite is a group of rooms shared by two to six roommates, containing one or more bedrooms and a common living area; single is a room in which they have no roommate. Single rooms and suites are available on a limited basis. Most first-year students live in open- or split-double rooms. A limited number of students may be placed in suites or singles. Residence hall rooms vary in size and living style, facilities, and room types. All residence halls are near dining centers, provide direct connection to the campus computer network, have telephone and cable TV connections in all rooms, and are served by AirOrangeX, SU’s wireless network. Each residence hall uses a card key access security system and is always locked. Only resident students and guests are allowed to enter the residence halls. Other security features include main entrance staffing at hall desks during the day and evening hours, student security aides at main entrance doors at night, and audible alarms at secondary exits that are locked at all times. Every residence hall is equipped with fire suppression sprinkler systems and smoke detectors in each student room and in all other areas of the facility. A campus shuttle bus serves the residence halls.

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