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

Celebrate Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month with La Casita Cultural Center’s new exhibit featuring Syracuse artist Bennie Guzmán.

Check out highlights from this year's Orange Central!

Who determines whether silence is a form of protest, or repression, or neither?

The first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from Syracuse University.

A&S continues to develop philanthropic resources for its students and faculty with the appointment of Rebecca Resig.

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Upcoming Events

Sep
26
7:00 PM

17th Annual Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival

Campus Wide

Screening times and locations vary; consult festival website....

Oct
1
5:00 PM

Michelle Tallez - Liberating Stories of Resistance Along the U.S./Mexico Border

319 Sims Hall

Liberating Stories of Resistance Along the U.S./Mexico Border...

Oct
3
4:00 PM

2019 Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture

Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, 114 Bird Library

The Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture in the Sciences and Humanities: Widening the Circle: Indigenous Knowledge on the Personhood of All Beings and Justice for the Land...

Oct
4
3:00 PM

Noteworthy

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

Physicist Wins Grant to Support Ongoing Research Into Neutrinos (posted 08-27-2019)

Professor Mitchell Soderberg says these tiny, elusive particles hold clues to the universe's origin.

Psychology Professor Awarded NIAAA Grant  (posted 08-26-2019)

Aesoon Park studies the individual and environmental influences on alcohol use and misuse.

Accreditation Status Reaffirmed for School Psychology Program (posted 08-26-2019)

The APA Commission on Accreditation has voted to reaffirm the program's accreditation status.

Promoting Leadership Through Storytelling (posted 08-22-2019)

The Narratio Fellowship program unites refugee artists and resettled refugee youth for the sake of artistic expression.