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College of Arts and Sciences

The intellectual heart and soul of Syracuse University, the College of Arts and Sciences provides a highly personalized liberal arts experience, preparing students for a lifetime of success.


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Home to more than one-third of all Syracuse students, the College of Arts and Sciences houses nearly two dozen departments and three dozen interdisciplinary programs in the sciences, mathematics, humanities, and social sciences. The College of Arts and Sciences stands as the intellectual center of Syracuse University and is committed to internationally recognized research and innovative instruction with an emphasis on disciplinary rigor, creative interdisciplinarity, as well as ethical engagement with issues of social justice and global citizenship. We engage students in a research-driven, dynamic, innovative liberal arts experience to ensure academic achievement and lifelong success.

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We welcome, support, and challenge all students in the College of Arts and Sciences to realize their fullest intellectual and personal potential. While all students are capable, active agents of their own development, we are here to assist students in defining and creating their academic pursuits and extracurricular activities to maximize their undergraduate experience and pave the way for long-term career success.

Top News

M. Lisa Manning, associate professor of physics, honored International Day of Women and Girls in Science (Feb. 11) with a commentary in U.S. News & World Report.

Purple Heart recipient Chloe Milliken ’19 is drawing on her background in the military and the liberal arts to become an FBI special agent.

Prince’s longtime saxophonist, who now tours with CeeLo Green and owns his own coffee line, will headline a performance, master class and panel discussion.

Syracuse Symposium Keynote Speaker Adela C. Licona will discuss, lead workshop on "borderlands activism" Feb. 21-22

Rolling Stone contributor Anthony DeCurtis and Syracuse professor David Yaffe will discuss their respective books on Lou Reed ’64 and Joni Mitchell, as well as the state of rock journalism.

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Upcoming Events

Feb
22
10:00 AM

RELATE: A Workshop on Engaged Scholarship

304 Tolley Humanities Building

Adela C. Licona (University of Arizona)...

Feb
22
12:00 PM

Financing Your Legal Education

204 Maxwell Hall

Thinking about going to Law School? Derrick Brainard, Manager, Education Services of AccessLex will visit campus and present a workshop on resources and considerations for financing law school. This w...

Feb
22
7:30 PM

NYS Baroque presents Fandango

First Unitarian Universalist Society of Syracuse, 109 Waring Rd, Syracuse, New York 13224

Visit nysbaroque.com for ticket information...

Feb
25
12:00 PM

Prince's Marcus Anderson: Artist and Entrepreneur

Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, 114 Bird Library

Marcus Anderson (Saxophonist, Central New York Jazz Arts Foundation)Tanisha Jackson (Community Folk Art Center)...

Noteworthy

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

Hydrologists Publish Paper in Environmental Science Journal (posted 02-21-2019)

Researchers utilize drone and infrared camera technology to assess creek-water temperatures.

Student to Co-Author Paper in Medical Journal (posted 02-20-2019)

Ph.D. student Dalton Stevens studies the process of medical death certification.

Professor Argues for Evolution Education Research (posted 02-20-2019)

Biologist Jason R. Wiles is the co-author of a paper in Nature Ecology and Evolution.

Professor Earns Early-Career Award (posted 02-20-2019)

Psychologist David Kellen uses mathematical models to understand cognitive processes.