People who hold bachelor's degrees earn an average of $23,000* more each
year than those with a high school education. It pays to have an SU education.
A Syracuse University degree is recognized the world over for quality, with programs that have a reputation for being the best in the field.
And we don't just mean loans. Scholarships, grants, employer reimbursement, and reduced tuition rates add up to big benefits.
You can earn a degree and keep your day job. Take courses in the evening, online, from a distance, and in condensed and accelerated formats.
UC advisors work with you every step of the way to help you navigate the system, from registration to graduation.
World-class faculty with expertise in a variety of subjects offer skillful
instruction, stimulating courses, and individual attention.
Surround yourself with bright, ambitious classmates who bring a wealth of real-world knowledge and experience to the classroom.
Our graduates are part of an extensive alumni network. Join the ranks of SU alums like Dick Clark, Ted Koppel, Bob Costas, Joyce Carol Oates, and Donovan McNabb.
You'll have access to everything a state-of-the-art campus has to offer: libraries, athletic facilities and events, concerts, lectures, and computer labs.
Syracuse University has a 100-year legacy of distinction in continuing education. The first Evening Session was held in 1918, making SU one of the first universities in the country open to nontraditional, part-time students.
*Source: Associated Press
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