Part time study at Syracuse University is a great option if you want to finish a degree you started years ago but never completed. Or maybe you never went to college and now find yourself limited in career and advancement opportunities without a degree or certificate. If your goal is simply to satisfy your love of learning, you are welcome to pursue your education at Syracuse University. 

Getting Started

If you want to explore the possibilities or get started as a part-time student at Syracuse University, you have a few options:

  • Attend an Information Session online or at University College at 700 University Avenue. Weekday, evening, and weekend options are available.
  • Drop in any weekday between 2 and 4 p.m. and meet one-on-one with academic and financial aid advisors.
  • Call us at 315.443.3261 to speak to an advisor.
  • Call for more information: 315.443.9378 or use our Request Information form.

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Flexible Course Delivery Options

Syracuse University has hundreds of degree programs available through part-time study, including associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees. We offer many convenient and flexible delivery formats to make your education fit into a schedule that may already include work, family, and community commitments. Traditional classroom sessions held in the daytime or evening are plentiful, along with online classes and accelerated or condensed classes that can be completed in shorter blocks of time than the regular academic terms. You’ll enjoy the opportunity to choose class formats that fit your learning style as well as your schedule.

Degrees & Certificates
Information on Available Courses
Flexible Class Formats

Entrance to University College

One-stop Services

Part-time students find many things that set SU apart from other colleges. All the services you need to get started and complete your educational journey can be found in one location on campus. Registration, bursar, financial aid, and academic advising are all handled at University College on University Avenue.

Visiting University College
Academic Advising Office
Bursar/Registration Office
Financial Aid Office

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Committed Advisors

Part-time students have the benefit of dedicated academic advisors who are certified coaches and will work one-on-one with you to formulate your academic plan. They not only guide you through the process of registration, course selection, choosing a major and accessing financial aid, but help you overcome any obstacles that can stand in the way of your success.

Role Of Your Advisor
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Syracuse University in Fall

Grants, Scholarships & Incentives

Making college affordable for part-time students is a priority at Syracuse University. For starters, part-time undergraduates pay reduced tuition. And there are a variety of grants and scholarships targeted to part-time students that can significantly reduce the cost of attendance. If you’re transferring to SU with a very good academic record, you may be eligible for a UC Achiever Scholarship. Individuals whose financial and educational backgrounds would prohibit them from regular admission to Syracuse University can apply through the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP).

Scholarships & Grants
Higher Education Opportunity Program

Questions about Part-Time Study?