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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

Syracuse joins more than 20 other institutions with M.S. programs accredited by the Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC).

Four A&S students and alumnae have been selected as recipients of the prestigious Critical Language Scholarship.

A&S/Maxwell alumnus Alessandro Pugliese ā€™19 immersed himself in the culture and language of Italy during three semesters abroad.

Any day now our baby hawks should be leaving the nest! Don't miss a moment with the new camera system donated by Anne Marie Patti Higgins ā€™76, Gā€™90.

The June 26-28 camp is for school-aged children, as well as their parents, other family members and legal guardians.

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Upcoming Events

3:30 PM

TBD by Mark Trodden

Room: 202/204 Physics Bldg.


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

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.

A&S to Host Staff Appreciation Picnic May 31 (posted 05-29-2019)

The rain-or-shine event will recognize staffers' hard work and effort throughout the year.

Earth Scientist Wins Back-to-Back Awards (posted 05-29-2019)

Melissa Chipman studies Arctic paleoecology and paleoclimatology.