The SU Campus

The Syracuse University Campus
Syracuse University has a longstanding tradition of transcending traditional boundaries through a combination of innovative thinking, daring choices and entrepreneurial attitude. SU’s iconic campus is nestled among the rolling hills of Central New York, a diverse community within a diverse community. With 13 academic colleges, nationally ranked athletic programs, more than 50 students clubs and a mix of neighboring merchants, Syracuse University prides itself on the resources, culture and opportunities for growth it provides its students, staff and faculty.
 

A campus of diversity

With 11,500 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate students, and nearly 1,500 faculty members, Syracuse University represents all 50 states and more than 100 different countries. Home to 13 different colleges, Syracuse University offers a rich mix of academic programs, student-centric clubs, and extracurricular activities.

The Quad

Located on the heart of campus, creating a crossroads between the different sections, the Quad is very dear to students, alumni, faculty and staff.

Athletics and Student Activities

With more than 50 registered student clubs and organizations, there is something for everyone. The campus is also home to three athletic facilities including Archbold and Flanagan Gymnasiums, and the Women's Building, which house a variety of athletic equipment, two full-length swimming pools, aerobic classes, and dance studios. Students can also participate in more than 20 different intramural sports offered during both semesters. With multiple nationally ranked Division I sports teams, SU has strong school spirit. The iconic Carrier Dome is conveniently located directly on SU's campus. Student tickets are offered at a discount.

Marshall Street

Located next to campus and boasting 26 restaurants, Marshall Street is a great location for grabbing a bite to eat between classes. It is also the perfect place to buy official SU apparel to show off your school spirit.  With a variety of other social activity, shops and boutiques, Marshall Street is a corridor of activity.