Celebrating 150 Years of Arts & Sciences
As A&S' sesquicentennial commemoration draws to a close, we invite you to revisit our history...and also look toward a future of promise. The pandemic is showing signs of receding and social justice is a moral imperative. Now is a moment when our students, faculty and alumni can take a stand and shape the next 150 years. While much has changed since our founding as Syracuse University's first college, what hasn't is the intellectual fearlessness and ethical compass that are hallmarks of the A&S family. Together, let's continue to make the world healthier, more hopeful and more human.
This video is dedicated to each of you — student, faculty, staff and alumni — who embrace the freedom to ask, "What if?"
Through the decades, the campus has evolved from pastoral setting to neighborhood to growing beyond its historic, physical boundaries. Meet some of the buildings which were part of the University's earlier years. Do you remember any of them?
Are you a family history buff who loves genealogy? Then you'll enjoy these department histories, fresh from our online attic.
Through discoveries and contributions to the sciences, arts and humanities, the A&S family is making the world healthier, more hopeful and more human.
Decorate your desktop or phone with a commemorative College of Arts and Sciences' 150th Anniversary wallpaper.