Students having class outside on the quad.

Campus tour

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.
Group of advisors

Undergraduate Advising

Whether you know what you want to study or are in exploration mode, our Office of Undergraduate Academic and Career Advising is here to help you every step of the way. They serve as your guides and sounding boards, helping you maximize your A&S and/or Maxwell experience. We want you to make the best decisions about your academic path and post-college future. 

Top News

Biology professor Susan Parks studies North Atlantic right whale behavior and acoustic communication. Learn more about her research on mother and calf sounds.

New assistant director's focus is on relationship building and student recruitment.

The A&S alumnus and acclaimed novelist reimagines the life story of Jacob Marley from "A Christmas Carol" in his latest novel "Marley."

Quartaro is one of only 60 students nationwide to be awarded the prestigious scholarship.

An event series exploring the humanities through lectures, performances, exhibits, films and more.

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Upcoming Events

Oct
17
3:30 PM

Robert Crease - Lights Out: The Rise and Fall of Scientific Authority

202 and 204 Physics Building

"Lights Out: The Rise and Fall of Scientific Authority" by Robert Crease, Stony Brook University....

Oct
22
3:30 PM

C. Heike Schotten - Queer Terror: Refusing Settler Empire and the “Value of Life”

319 Sims Hall

Queer Terror: Refusing Settler Empire and the “Value of Life”...

Oct
30
4:00 PM

K. Melchor Hall - Naming a Transnational Black Feminist Framework: Writing in Darkness

319 Sims Hall

Naming a Transnational Black Feminist Framework: Writing in Darkness...

Noteworthy

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

Taking a Stand for Trees (posted 10-14-2019)

Biology professor Heather Coleman co-authored a letter in Science, urging forestry organizations to lift the ban on biotech trees.

Alumna Receives Writing Award (posted 10-09-2019)

Debbie Urbanski, a 2004 MFA alumna, recently received a 2019 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award.

DNA: The Building Blocks of Achievement (posted 10-01-2019)

Dr. Michael Marciano appointed to national Forensic Science Organization of Scientific Area Committees.

Guest Editor, Tej Bhatia (posted 09-26-2019)

Professor Bhatia guest-edited a piece in the Journal of the International Association for World Englishes.