Syracuse University



The Joseph I. Lubin House, located at 11 East 61st Street, is headquarters for Syracuse University's Manhattan campus. Alumni events, meetings, classes, and auditions all take place here, along with exhibitions in the Louise and Bernard Palitz Gallery, SU's New York art space. It is also home to offices for Admissions, External Affairs, and Financial Aid.

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SU in DC

Greenberg House

Syracuse University's home in the nation's capital is the Paul Greenberg House, located at 2301 Calvert Street, NW, in the Woodley Park section of Washington, DC. Named with a gift from Paul Greenberg '65, the four-story building is home to SU academic and alumni activities.

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SU in LA

SU's strong presence in the Los Angeles area and across the West Coast continues to grow with new initiatives involving our Communities of Experts and other close collaborations with alumni and friends.

"The LA Semester"

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Education Without Boundaries

At Syracuse University, discovery and learning transcend physical and disciplinary boundaries as we continually test our ideas—locally, nationally and internationally.  Our students engage the world through extensive partnerships and immersion opportunities, whether at our home at the heart of the Syracuse metropolitan area, at our anchor points in world-class U.S. cities such as New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, or through SU Abroad programs in more than 30 countries. These deep connections to the ideas, people, and professions of the world prepare our graduates for an increasingly connected—and complex— global society.

SU Abroad


Nearly 40 percent of Syracuse University students study in another country with SU Abroad. Ranked as one of the highest quality study abroad programs by U.S. News and World Report, SU Abroad allows students to customize their study abroad experience.

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Your Local Link


Do you live in or near one of America's major metro areas? Then chances are, SU is there, too! To stay up to date on activities where you live—or plan to visit—check out our regional websites:

SU and the Middle East


Syracuse University’s relationship with the Middle East is both broad and deep. Extending over decades and across disciplines, this exchange of ideas and experiences links theory and practice to foster further collaboration and international understanding.

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SU and India


Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs began its partnership with India's government and people more than 60 years ago, and continues to strengthen and expand its relationship today through a combination of research, executive training programs, and graduate and certificate degrees.

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SU and Haiti


Explore Haitian history, culture, and the Syracuse University-Université d’État d’Häiti (State University of Haiti) Exchange Program—a collaboration between the two universities as part of the rebuilding effort in the aftermath of the massive earthquake of 2010, with particular focus on restoring Hiaiti's higher education system.

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