Syracuse University ranks #1 for veterans!

Military Times released its Best for Vets: Colleges 2017 rankings, and Syracuse University has been named the best private school in the U.S. for service members, military veterans and their families. Overall—among all public and private colleges—Syracuse ranks #3. The Military Times’ annual ranking is an editorially independent news project that recognizes colleges for their service to veterans. University

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SU Winterlude Online

Earn credits over winter break—online!

Syracuse University’s Winterlude comes roaring back in December with a blizzard of classes. Don’t miss this opportunity to earn three or four credits in four weeks, in the comfort of home. The online session will run December 19, 2016 – January 13, 2017. Students are limited to one class during Winterlude, and all classes are offered completely online. Winterlude

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SU ropes course

We’re Outdoorsy, Right? Help SU win the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge!

The Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge is about school communities and student bodies joining together to try and get the most people outside and active. Outdoor Nation has selected colleges and universities across the United States to engage in the 2016 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge, running through Oct. 15. The school that gets the most people outdoors and documenting those

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Diversity and Inclusion Website Goes Live

A website showcasing the extensive inventory of diversity and inclusion programs and activities on campus has been created by the Chancellor’s Workgroup on Diversity and Inclusion. UC Dean Bea Gonzalez is a key member of the committee, which promotes a diverse and inclusive learning community on campus. This website fulfills recommendations by several committees and campus groups, including Express

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Close the skills gap!

U.S. executives acknowledge that applicants are often lacking the “soft skills” necessary for the modern American workplace. UC’s Bachelor of Professional Studies in Creative Leadership addresses those skills—and offers 50% off tuition scholarships for NYS residents! Soft skills like communication, critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration are important in the global workplace, but are hard to find in today’s workforce.

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