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From new concepts to new countries. Classroom learning to career immersions. Primetime events to tightknit gatherings. We explore every side of experience to discover new sides of the world—and ourselves.

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I truly appreciate the respect that esports gets at Syracuse. While esports has really added to my experience, my overall Syracuse experience has been incredible.

Braeden Cheverie-Leonard ’26 Sport Management major and semi-professional esports player David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics
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Career Paths

Start with your interests, and we'll help you find a major that can ignite your passion and lead to your dream career.

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Faculty and students collaborate to advance our understanding of issues facing society and find solutions that have an impact at the community, state, national and global level.

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Degree Outcomes

Our Syracuse University graduates rise to become influential leaders in the careers of today and tomorrow. From newsrooms to classrooms, laboratories to boardrooms, you’ll find members of our Orange network.

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Syracuse played a huge role in my journey growing from a young voice to a professional poet. It was the incubator that really molded me into who I am today.

Imani Wallace ’16 Public Relations S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
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