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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.

Your One-Stop Shop for Orgs, Events and More

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Students now have access to another helpful resource through the SU Guides feature in the University’s mobile app, Syracuse University Mobile.


The Activities and Involvement Guide offers students a place to find organizations, clubs, events, programs and opportunities that range from one-time events to on-going commitments.




Some of the guide’s features include:

  • an events calendar with upcoming events from all over campus. Students can add events to their personal calendars and ask Guidebook to remind them 15 minutes before the event starts;
  • a searchable list of student organizations and clubs organized by categories, with descriptions and links to their website or OrgSync pages; and
  • sections dedicated to mentoring, leadership and service programs, as well as honors and awards that students can apply for.

To access the Activities and Involvement Guide in the SU mobile app, click the SU Guides icon and download the Activities and Involvement Guide. The Activities and Involvement Guide is also available online. When accessing the SU Guides, users can also view the other University guides available.

Read more.

The Orange After Dark Fall 2016 Lineup is Here!

 
Orange After Dark (OAD) is a series of epic late-night programs and events that begin after 10 p.m. for undergraduate students.

Syracuse University Launches Diversity and Inclusion Website

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Syracuse University has launched a new website that details and provides easy access to the University’s programs and efforts in the area of diversity.

The Advancing Diversity and Inclusion portal, which can be found at diversity.syr.edu, is one of 18 short-term recommendations made by the Chancellor’s Workgroup on Diversity and Inclusion. The living, breathing and constantly evolving website will be updated regularly to ensure the timeliest, most relevant content is being provided to the campus community.

Read more in this SU News story.

Don’t just “chill” over the semester break.

Winterlude classes promotion block

Winterlude classes are all online!  Earn three or four credits in just four weeks and boost your GPA or make up some credits. Advisor approval is required for main campus students. Registration begins November 9. For details, visit winter.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.