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Other Academic Opportunities

See why nearly half of our students study abroad. Learn how the Honors program can enrich your studies with special seminars, cultural events and close faculty mentorship. And discover the many programs, offices and staff ready to help you flourish.

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Pre-College Programs

Build your confidence, gain enthusiasm and feel more prepared for college. Experience college-level coursework taught by our esteemed faculty and staff in one of our pre-college programs for high school students.

Learn more about the pre-college programs
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Our ROTC program gives you a jump on your future by earning an officer’s commission and a college degree at the same time.

Learn more about ROTC
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Summer at Syracuse

No matter what kind of student you are—full time, part time, visiting from another college, a high school student, or not officially a student at all—there’s something for everyone during Summer at Syracuse.

Learn more about Summer at Syracuse

Additional Academic Opportunities and Support Resources

Study Abroad

As one of the leading international study programs in the nation, Syracuse Abroad provides you with opportunities to take your education—and career—to a whole new place. From cultivating new connections to catalyzing your career, you can go nearly anywhere and explore the world from every side.


With curiosity, creativity and purpose, we strive to go to the edge of possibility and then keep going. Not always knowing the path ahead—but trusting it will take us forward.

Living Learning Communities

Our Living Learning Communities (LLCs) allow you to live and take classes with a group of students who share a common interest or academic major.


At the Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship, you’ll be provided with the resources and mindset needed for pursuing new ventures and putting your classroom knowledge to work.

Support Resources

Whether it’s a study clinic or getting help with an upcoming assignment, we offer plenty of resources to help you succeed in the classroom or wherever you find yourself.

Center for Learning and Student Success

The Center for Learning and Student Success provides and facilitates academic support services, including one-on-one tutoring, small-group tutoring and workshops, academic integrity education and training.

Fellowship and Scholarship Advising

The Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising helps undergraduates, graduate students and alumni identify national fellowship and scholarship opportunities and assists in every phase of the application process.

Future Professoriate Program

Qualified graduate students in participating departments are eligible to join this award-winning program, ranked among the premier models for teaching assistant training in the U.S. The Future Professoriate Program provides you with the experience, confidence and documented performance you need to excel as faculty in higher education.

Information Technology Services

Information Technology Services provides services, training, applications and infrastructure to support your technology needs as a student, teacher and researcher.

Subject-Area Librarians

The Syracuse Libraries is staffed with specialists knowledgeable in the most useful library tools and holdings for your field of study. 

Graduate Editing Center

The Graduate Editing Center provides free editing and proofreading services from your lengthy graduate research to brief subject papers.

Office of Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services will arrange for the provision of auxiliary aids, assistive technology and reasonable accommodations for all qualified students with documented disabilities.

Writing Center

You will have many writing assignments during your time with us. Writing Center consultants can help you improve at any stage of the writing process.