Talent and Education Development Center (TEDCenter)
The TEDCenter provides skill building and assessment services for students, job seekers, and incumbent workers. The core services of the Center are the University College Online Work Readiness Program and the Syracuse University Certificate of Workplace Competency.
Institute for Retired People (IRP)
IRP provides opportunities for retired people to stay intellectually active, expand interests, and make new acquaintances through meetings featuring guest speakers.
Onondaga Citizens League (OCL)
OCL fosters informed public discourse by identifying and studying critical community issues affecting Central New York, developing recommen-dations for action, and communicating study findings to interested and affected groups.
Thursday Morning Roundtable (TMR)
TMR is a weekly civic forum bringing together a mix of community leaders and experts from a variety of fields to learn about public issues and problems.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons
A week-long summer program for Onondaga County middle school students designed to encourage interest in science, technology, and science-related careers.
Shadow Day brings 5th grade students from Seymour Magnet School to campus for a day, where they experience college life firsthand by shadowing an SU student.
An award-winning journal of arts and ideas showcasing the work of artists and writers having connections to Upstate New York, the Stone Canoe is published annually and encourages contributions from February to July each year. See stonecanoejournal.org for details.
The Academy offers residents of Onondaga County the opportunity to find out how local government works, how to join with government to effect change, and how to create the future of our community.
Intelligent Conversation Lecture Series
Experts from the faculties of Syracuse University and Le Moyne College engage in a series of discussions on a different public policy issue.
ACCESS allows students with severe disabilities to participate in college classes, and helps them navigate the college process.
Women of the University Community
This is an inclusive organization established at Syracuse University that schedules special events during the school year, sponsors auxiliary groups that meet regularly, and organizes projects to raise funds for scholarships.
Community Folk Art Center
The Center offers diverse education and public programming options in the visual and performing arts in the form of classes, workshops, lectures, etc.
Community Music Division (Setnor School of Music)
This program serves both the University Community and the Greater Syracuse region with an array of music classes and activities. It provides opportunities for community members of all ages to learn about music, take music lessons, and perform in a variety of ensembles.
The Alexander N. Charters Library of Resources for Educators of Adults
AND the Special Collections Research Center informational brochure on the Charters Library (PDF)