Until the late 1970’s, the red barn on Skytop Road known as the “Ski Lodge” was used for just that – a working lodge for a University-owned and operated ski facility on South Campus. Today, it is the home of The Inn Complete, a graduate student pub with a unique atmosphere, variety of games, and entertainment. In partnership with the GSO for nearly two decades, this is a hidden hot spot and social point for all graduate students.
The Student Association and the Graduate Student Organization fund a legal services program (Student Legal Services) for Syracuse University students. The services available under the program include advice and consultation on various legal problems and court appearances in certain situations by attorneys paid for by funds supplied from your student activity fee.
Career Services assists students and alumni with exploring careers and finding fulfilling work experiences. Our motto is personalized attention. If you come into our office, you’ll meet with someone one-on-one and receive customized guidance for your needs.
This program offers families affiliated with the University a responsive educational, full day care program for their children. SU’s EECCC partners with the GSO, and they offer a sliding fee schedule based on combined family income. Contact 315-443-4482 for more information.
Part-time services for children aged 2-5 of all families, students, employees and residents. Morning session 9-11 a.m.; afternoon session 1-3:30 p.m. Located in Building M-17 Lambreth Lane, South Campus. Please call 443-2471 for more information.
Qualified graduate students in participating departments are eligible to join an award-winning program ranked among the premier models for Teaching Assistant training in the United States. Our Future Professoriate Program provides students with the experience, confidence, and documented performance they need to excel as faculty in higher education. We produce candidates who not only get jobs, but quickly become indispensable to the departments, colleges, and universities they join and to the students they teach.
The Lillian and Emanuel Slutzker Center for International Services is dedicated to the support and success of all international students at Syracuse University. Services include assistance with student visa documents; special orientation programs; English con versation groups; guidance with immigration compliance; and events that encourage international students to meet people from all over the world.