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Syracuse Welcome 2015 Goes Mobile


This year, students and families can download the Syracuse University Guidebook app on their smart phones or tablets and access the Syracuse Welcome 2015 Guide. The guide provides users with the ability to personalize schedules, to create individualized to-do lists, browse campus maps, and receive important reminders about arriving to campus.  With the Syracuse Welcome 2015 Guide, users can view events happening on campus, access the New Student Checklist, meet student Orientation Leaders, view a campus directory, learn Syracuse University facts and more.

To access the guide, users can go to the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store and search for "Syracuse University Guides," visit the Guidebook SU Guides page to have the download link sent to you via text message, or view the guide on the web through the SU Guides mobile site. Additional guides from various campus departments will be available later this summer. Incoming students will still receive a printed Syracuse Welcome Schedule and Guide.

Career Services Recruits Student Ambassadors


The application for the third cohort of Career Services Student Ambassadors for the 2015-2016 academic year is now available. Students can apply through this OrangeLink survey beginning July 14, with the application closing July 31.

Career Services Student Ambassadors volunteer to help connect Career Services with Syracuse University students to enhance and raise awareness of the Career Services office and its programs. The program involves enthusiastic Syracuse University students from all colleges and all years.  The ambassadors also benefit from ongoing professional and career development, growth of workplace skills, and a professional network of the greater University community and thousands of employers and alumni across the country.

Students of all years and majors are encouraged to apply.

2016 Senior Class Marshals Announced


Students Affairs has announced Alexis Peña and Tatiana Williams as the senior class marshals for the Class of 2016.  Peña and Williams will continue this longstanding tradition and will carry the Class of 2016 banner to open Syracuse University’s 162nd Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 15, 2016.  As senior class marshals, Peña and Williams will have the opportunity to help select the Commencement speaker; engage with the Office of Alumni Relations, Division of Student Affairs and Office of Special Events; meet with senior-level administrators to discuss their experience and offer insights; and lead their class during the Commencement ceremonies. 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.

Sexual Assault Services and Prevention

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 Team, Listening Meeting details and notes, and additional resources, click here.

To read the final report from the Chancellor's Workgroup on Sexual Violence Prevention, Education, and Advocacy, click here.

Campus Safety Tips

Recently, some students have raised concerns regarding safety on and near campus.  We wanted to provide some additional information about the Department of Public Safety (DPS) to help answer your questions and share resources that can help keep you safe.

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Connecting students to campus life

livingsu logo is students' one-stop-shop for all programs, resources, services, and events, within the Division of Student Affairs, designed to enhance their campus-life experience at SU.


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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.



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