FAQs

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The Office of Alumni Relations welcomes all alumni back to Syracuse University and will provide you with maps, directions, and suggestions on what you might like to see. The office is located on the third floor of the Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center at 401 University Place (between Bird Library and Watson Hall). Stop by or contact them in advance at sualums@syr.edu or 800.SUALUMS (800.782.5867).

The Admissions Committee welcomes a family tradition at the University and gives every possible consideration to the children of alumni. However, it is important that applicants meet all the admissions requirements as outlined in the application for admission. In addition, the Admissions Committee recommends that all prospective applicants have a personal interview on campus, at the Syracuse University Los Angeles center in Sherman Oaks, or in other locations on the West Coast.

Students and new graduates can gain great insight into potential career paths by talking with experienced alumni. To learn more, contact Adam Capozzi, assistant director for alumni career networks in Career Services.

To get career counseling as an alum, reach out to Jenna Collins or check out other ways the SUAA can help you advance your career.

Students and new graduates can gain great insight into potential career paths by talking with experienced alumni. To become involved with University-wide career programs and campus events, contact Kim Infanti. You should also join ’CuseConnect, a LinkedIn group designed to help students connect with alumni for professional guidance and advice.

Alumni wishing to offer positions to current Syracuse University students or other Syracuse University alumni can post their internships or full-time opportunities on Syracuse University’s web-based database, Handshake or through a special #HireOrange job board only available within the Syracuse University Network. There are also a variety of ways to raise awareness of employment opportunities with your organization through campus and NYC-based events. 

Transcripts of coursework completed at Syracuse University are available free of charge from the Registrar’s Office on campus. Complete instructions are available on the Registrar’s website.