Appointments are available on a walk-in basis.
For general inquiries send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
Check out photos from past events here.
Or visit the Photos section of our facebook page and post a comment.
Visit campus online! Take a walking tour with our virtual tour guide to explore the sights of our beautiful campus. Visit the Quad, academic buildings, the Carrier Dome, and more. Begin tour.
The Slutzker Center will have staff members dedicated to processing requests for travel signatures on Thursday, December 8 and Friday, December 9 from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. While requests are taken in order of arrival at the office; the wait time during these designated travel signature times is usually not long.
Students may still request a travel signature during our Advisor on Call (AOC) hours, Monday-Friday, 11 am-3 pm. Requests for travel signatures during AOC will be taken in order of arrival at the office along with all other walk-ins. In other words, the Advisor on Call will see all students who come in, in the order they arrive. The wait time for a travel signature may be longer.
– If you need to purchase medical evacuation and repatriation, please do so before coming to get your travel signature.
We are collecting information about the potential impact of the recent U.S. election results on immigration matters here.
There are some matters about which there is a lot of speculation because no one can know what will happen…what will the new President of the U.S. do with regard to immigration? There are other matters about which there is some certainty…what does the U.S. legislative and regulatory process require for changes in immigration matters to take place?
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to visit the Slutzker Center to speak to an advisor. We have an Advisor on Call, Monday-Friday, 11 am-3 pm. Please keep in mind that we expect to learn more about the new administration’s immigration-related intentions over the next few months.
We ask you to keep in mind the following from the November 11, 2016 Message from Chancellor Kent Syverud:
Syracuse University is built upon a deep sense of an inclusive community. This is a commitment to open and respectful dialogue, dedication to academic freedom and the search for truth, and a promise to include all voices, to listen to all viewpoints, and to embrace all members irrespective of race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, citizenship, disability, veteran-military status and political views.
Congratulations on your acceptance to Syracuse University. Please follow the link below for important information on the arrival procedures.
Read all the essential information regarding your elegibility and resources to land on-campus or off-campus jobs.
For information about our seminar schedule, please follow the link below.
Would you like to receive the SCIS newsletter for up-to-date information about our various events?
Send your name and email address to the SCIS at firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be added to our listserv.
STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.