Welcome to Syracuse University! Whether you are a transfer student from another four-year institution or a community college, SU is happy to be your new home! Use this section to find Syracuse departments with information and resources specifically for transfer students.
The Office of Admissions
SU Admissions is where you'll find information about how to apply, and where to see how your courses might transfer.
The Office of Alumni Relations
As a student at SU, you have a tremendous network of alumni available to you. Start building your network now.
Career Services welcomes all transfer students and we encourage you to start preparing for life after SU as soon as possible. Start by using the resources on this site and set up an appointment with one of our career counselors as soon as you are settled in.
The Disability Cultural Center
The Disability Cultural Center (DCC) coordinates campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities.
The Office of Disability Services
Transfer students are encouraged to contact the Office of Disability Services to arrange disability-related accommodations and support services that promote equal access and inclusion in all aspects of campus life.
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs’ staff works hard to make transferring to SU seamless. Their website contains important information you need to know about required applications, filing deadlines, SU’s financial literacy program, “I Otto Know This!”, and other details.
The Renée Crown University Honors Program
With careful planning, eligible transfer students may be able to complete the requirements of the Rénee Crown University Honors Program if they have participated in an Honors program at their first institution. To inquire about the feasibility of completing the program after your transfer to Syracuse, please contact Hanna Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Housing, Meal Plan, and I.D. Card Services
Transfer students live on South Campus, mainly in the Skyhalls in double rooms. Students are encouraged to apply early as space is limited. Visit this website for more information on the application process.
The Lillian and Emanuel Slutzker Center for International Student Services
Review this website for more information on visa requirements and orientation for international students.
The Office of Learning Communities
If you are a transfer student from The College of Arts and Sciences, check out the Learning Community designed specifically for you. Interested transfer students must sign up by mid-May.
The LGBT Resource Center
Welcome new transfer students! At the LGBT Resource Center, we encourage you to consider joining one of our many discussion groups or listservs, attend our campus programming, or just stop by.
Syracuse University Library
Make contact with your Syracuse University Library transfer student liaison, your guide to discovering all the library has to contribute to your academic success at SU.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs
We in the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) welcome all transfer students to Syracuse University and invite you to participate in OMA programs meant to provide the necessary support and guidance needed to encourage students to become members of a community respectful of differences.
Off Campus and Commuter Services
If you are looking for housing off campus, check our website for information on searching for an apartment and looking for roommates.
The Parents Office
Whether you or your student is transferring from a four-year university or a community college, we are happy to work with you on an individual basis to ensure a smooth transition.
Parking and Transit Services
This link provides details for transfer and commuter students who want to obtain a parking permit.
SU Abroad offers a variety of semester, summer, and short term study abroad options. Visit our website to learn how careful planning can lead to an experience of a lifetime with SU Abroad.
Summer @ Syracuse
Whether you are already admitted or still considering transferring to SU this fall, summer is a great time to get a head start on earning SU credits.
The Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center assists prospective and current student veterans or dependents with the Veterans Affairs Department and University business. It is home to the SU Veterans Lounge, the SU Vets Club and is a founding member of the CNY Regional Veterans Higher Education Consortium (CNY V-HERC).