Syracuse University Campus Tour

Welcome to Syracuse University

Syracuse University Campus Tour

Syracuse, New York 13210, United States

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Welcome to Syracuse University. Located in the heart of New York State, students from more than 130 countries come to Syracuse for a world-class education and all the cultural and professional opportunities that the City provides.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Opened in 1873, the Hall of Languages is the oldest building on campus. It serves as the home to the College of Arts and Sciences, which is at the core of Syracuse University's liberal arts experience. It's here that you'll find the offices... Read more
Maxwell and Eggers are home to the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Maxwell's graduate degree in Public Affairs is consistently ranked among the top programs by U.S. News and World Report, and Maxwell faculty members also t... Read more
At the top of a winding stairway sits castle-like Crouse College. It's from these spires that a wide selection of music, from the alma mater to Bach to the Beatles, rings out from ten huge bells—courtesy of devoted student Chimemasters. T... Read more
White and MacNoughton Halls, formerly the location of the Syracuse University College of Law, will soon house the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics. Students in the Falk College are part of programs in Child and Family Studi... Read more
Dineen Hall is home to the Syracuse University College of Law, which features eight interdisciplinary learning centers, including the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism. Opened in 2014, the building features a 300-seat cou... Read more
Perhaps no other building on campus is as famous as the Carrier Dome. Opened in 1980, the Dome is the home of SU's football and women's and men's basketball and lacrosse teams. It was the first domed stadium in the Northeast and is the larg... Read more
Archbold offers two distinct services for students. One section of the building is home to the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs, Bursar Operations and Syracuse University's ROTC programs. The other section, and the connectin... Read more
When you enter Carnegie Library, you'll pass the statue of Diana the Huntress on the way to the library's grand reading room. This soaring sanctuary is a favorite place for study and research, and also home to the University's mathematics d... Read more
Hendricks Chapel sits symbolically at the center of the campus as a gathering place for people of all faiths. Throughout the year, the Chapel also hosts renowned speakers, concerts and special events, and many alumni weddings. It's here tha... Read more
Hinds Hall is the home of the iSchool, Syracuse University's School of Information Studies. Built in the mid-1950s and redesigned in 2003, the high-tech, modern space showcases the latest in technology and design, including eight research c... Read more
If you're an Engineering or Computer Science student, you'll spend a lot of time in Link Hall. Inside, you'll find a Fidelity MOTUS 622i flight simulator, wind tunnels in the Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, and a $4.5 million environmental syste... Read more
Slocum Hall is the home of Syracuse University's School of Architecture, which is consistently ranked one of the best in the nation byDesignIntelligence Magazine. A recent redesign of Slocum saw the careful restoration of many of its fines... Read more
The 230,000-square-foot Life Sciences Complex brings together biology, chemistry, and biochemistry to promote interdisciplinary research and education. As you approach the building, you'll notice the Climate Change Garden just to the left. ... Read more
Named for Ernie Davis, Syracuse University football star and the first African American player to be awarded the Heisman Trophy, this residence hall includes a fitness center and convenience store, as well as lounges and laundry facilities ... Read more
Featuring more than three million volumes and some of the most advanced information technology available, Bird is the University's main library. It features collections in humanities and social sciences, audiovisual resources, and also hous... Read more
Looking for lunch, a latte, or official Syracuse University gear? You've come to the right place. Schine Student Center features a food court and second-floor study lounge with comfortable chairs, fireplaces and a photo gallery, plus the Un... Read more
The Newhouse Communications Center is home to one of the world's most respected public communications schools. The three-building complex houses television studios, editing suites, photography and audio recording studios, as well as smart c... Read more
Crouse-Hinds Hall is a popular stop for prospective students and families who visit campus. It's here that you'll find friendly Admissions staff who can answer all your questions, whether about tours, academic programs, financial aid, accom... Read more
Huntington Hall is home to the School of Education and the Office of Student Support Services. Although it's flanked by Marshall Street's many shopping and dining options, Huntington also features its own café, as well as classrooms and fa... Read more
In the Martin J. Whitman School of Management building, students monitor stock market transactions and learn about global outreach in the international marketplace. In the Falcone Entrepreneurship Center, you'll be encouraged to incubate a ... Read more
University College is home to the University's part-time students, participants in the Summer Start and Summer College programs, and the Veterans Resource Center. The University has a long history of supporting veterans and is consistently ... Read more
Lined with stately homes and several University offices, Walnut Place is home to SU Abroad, Syracuse University Counseling Center, Slutzker Center for International Services, Hillel Center for Jewish Life, and Alibrandi Catholic Center. Sev... Read more
If you're an international student, the staff at the Slutzker Center for International Services is here to support you. They can help you with passports and visas, insurance, employment and travel, as well as provide experience and caring a... Read more


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