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Syracuse University, College of Arts and Sciences

Ways to Stay in Touch

Provide mentorship and support via a phone or video chat

Help our students illuminate a more direct path to success. Consider participating in one-hour career conversations via video chat or phone. Sharing your career journey and advice takes very little time, but it can make a big difference in a student’s direction, preparedness, and confidence. To get started, simply fill out this short online registration.

“I think this program is amazing! The student came prepared with great questions, and also had fantastic on-the-spot follow-up questions/responses to the information I shared with her. I would be happy to meet with her on a monthly basis and/or meet with other students. This is what being Orange is all about!”

Laura Cohen ’15, Women's & Gender Studies and Magazine Journalism

“I had a great conversation with my alumni and we are still in contact. I can tell that having this connection will be extremely helpful in my professional career.”

Matthew Aruty ’20, Economics

Once you register, you will be contacted directly by a staff member with complete details of the program. Our Undergraduate Academic and Career Advising team will work to connect you with students based on the students’ interests.

Please feel free to contact Matt Wheeler, associate director of alumni relations, in the Undergraduate Academic and Career Advising Office at mrwheele@syr.edu with any questions.

Update your contact information.

Have you started a business, been promoted or changed jobs? Have you moved or changed your name? Tell us your career news through this form.

Find an alumni event or clubs.

Find out what is happening around the country through the University’s Regional Events Calendar Page. Plus, there are alumni clubs across the country and around the world. Join one today.

Visit our other locations.

New York City

The Joseph I Lubin House, E. 61st St. in Manhattan, is home to a wide array of programs and events, including alumni gatherings, industry discussion panels, art exhibits, and student recruiting and admissions activities.

Los Angeles

The Office of Syracuse University in Los Angeles serves as a creative and intellectual resource for alumni and friends of the University in the Southern California area, fully engaging alumni experts, and supporting the University's academic strengths.

Washington, D.C.

Academic programs such as classes, seminars and meetings are held throughout the year at Greenberg House. Greenberg House also hosts a wide variety of alumni events.