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Welcome to A&S!

The College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) is Syracuse University's oldest and largest college. Home to nearly one-third of all undergraduates, A&S helps students develop their best selves by cultivating the ability to think freely, act ethically, and live decisively. 

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Visit the College

The College of Arts and Sciences / Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs offers daily academic presentations at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. You can register for our programs by selecting your preferred visitation date and clicking "Reserve Your Spot" via the link below. A campus visit will include an information session from Syracuse University's Office of Admissions staff, a campus tour, and will conclude with our academic presentation.

Top News

CFAC is a vibrant cultural and artistic hub committed to the promotion and development of artists.

While studying neuroscience, chemistry and biology, Megan Phan '17 nurtured a passion for social justice.

Linzy Dineen '21 reflects on her Discover Atlanta immersion trip.

“I believe a lot of solutions to the energy challenges we face are rooted in the financial markets."

Meet a few of our current undergraduate students!

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Upcoming Events

Sep
19
3:30 PM

TBD by Mark Trodden

Room: 202/204 Physics Bldg.

Noteworthy

Read our noteworthy page for more information about these and other accomplishments from the Arts and Sciences community.

Alumna Research on Science Journal Cover (posted 07-02-2019)

Molecular Biology of the Cell features research and artwork by Erin Curtis '18.

CFAC Heats Up for Summer of Great Programming (posted 06-28-2019)

The Collective Display Art Show, running through Aug. 16, highlights four young, local artists.

Psychology Alumna Wins National Research Award (posted 06-21-2019)

Michelle Zaso G'15, G'19 studies the effects of genetics and peer environments on underage drinking.

Psychology PRIDE Symposium (posted 06-19-2019)

Psychology department to host PRIDE symposium on June 27.