Founded in 1870, Syracuse University (SU) is a private, coeducational, urban institution located in the heart of Central New York.
It ranks among the top 65 universities in the United States, and hosts students from all 50 United States and 130 other countries.
Nearly 15,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate and law students study within Syracuse’s 11 academic schools and colleges, where they choose from 200 majors and can participate in more than 350 clubs and organizations.
Syracuse is known primarily as a global research university, and an SU education is distinctive for blending a strong liberal arts core with applied and professional studies and for providing experiential learning via research and internships opportunities. Additionally, students can customize their learning experiences via SU centers in New York City, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., as well as with highly-ranked study abroad programs in nearly 40 countries.
- Region: Northeast
- Location: Syracurse, New York
- Campus setting: Urban
- Type of institution: Private
Admissions information and areas of study offered
- Percentage of students admitted: 45%
- Average ACT score: 27
- Average SAT score: 1700
- Test optional? Yes
- Common Application accepted? Yes
- Areas of study offered include: TBD
- Full list of majors available: http://admissions.syr.edu/academics/majors/
- Estimated yearly cost (including tuition, board, room and student fees): $64,556
- Athletic association for the majority of sports: NCAA - Division I
- Varsity sports: TBD
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