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Support at SU

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All students need support throughout their time in college and the type of support is different for everyone. The Division of Student Affairs includes a broad spectrum of resources to support the needs of students.

Chancellor's Task Force on Sexual and Relationship Violence Website

Appointed by Chancellor Syverud in April 2015, the Chancellor’s Task Force on Sexual and Relationship Violence is charged with looking critically at the University’s sexual assault and relationship violence services, policies and programs every semester.  Learn more about the task force and their initiatives, as well as find helpful resources on the Chancellor’s Task Force on Sexual and Relationship Violence website.

STOP BIAS @ SU

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STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus. Click here learn more.

We Congratulate the Class of 2016

Students at the 2016 Commencement ceremony dressed in graduation robes, backs facing camera with arms wrapped around each other.

WellsLink Program Receives National Recognition for Retention Efforts

Chancellor Syverud and Dr. Chen welcomed the WellsLink scholars, Office of Multicultural Affairs graduate students and OMA staff to their residence for a reception to celebrate their many accomplishments.

















The WellsLink Leadership Program, a program managed by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, earned one of the 2016 Lee Noel-Randi Levitz Retention Excellence Awards.  The WellsLink program is an academic excellence and leadership program for first-year students of color.  The program was honored for its outstanding achievement in student retention.  Read more about this prestigious honor in SU News.

2017 Senior Class Marshals Announced

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Students Affairs has announced Rachel Brown-Weinstock and Nedda Sarshar as the senior class marshals for the Class of 2017.  Brown-Weinstock and Sarshar will continue this longstanding tradition and will carry the Class of 2017 banner to open Syracuse University’s 163rd Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 14, 2017.  As senior class marshals, Brown-Weinstock and Sarshar will help select the 2017 Commencement speaker, serve as student body representatives at University events, meet with senior-level administrators to share their student experiences and offer insights, and lead their class procession at the Commencement ceremony. Senior class marshals are among the most prestigious honors at Syracuse University. These students have excelled during their time on campus and exemplify the spirit of the senior class. The selection committee assesses the nominees on scholarship, academic honors, student organization involvement and campus and community service.

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Find Your Place in the Sun!

Summer study at Syracuse University

Summer is a great time to study at SU. Boost your GPA, make up credits or earn a double major. Classes available online or in a variety of different formats.  Registration begins March 23. Check out the possibilities at summer.syr.edu.

Student Health Insurance Plan and Policy

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Student health insurance enrollment and waiver decision forms are now available on MySlice.  To learn more about the student health insurance plan and policy, visit the Student Health Insurance website.

#BEWise

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The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.

Sexual Assault Services and Prevention

Visit the Sexual Assault Services and Prevention page for campus updates on sexual assault and relationship violence services - including information on the Chancellor's Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education and Advocacy, the Sexual and Relationship Violence Response (SRVR) Team, news, and additional resources.

Read the final report from the Chancellor's Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education, and Advocacy.

Read the University's progress on each of the workgroup's 24 recommendations.