You have so many choices when it comes to completing your undergraduate study part time, so why choose Syracuse University? The very best reason is this: SU has a distinguished 150-year history and an international reputation for excellence.
- Our programs are innovative and our goals are focused on preparing you for the opportunities that will be available to you as an SU graduate.
- There are hundreds of undergraduate degree programs at Syracuse University, and most of them can be completed through part-time study.
- Our part-time programs are designed to fit into the busy schedules of working adults, and deliver the job-related skills and knowledge you’ll need to compete in the modern workplace.
Meeting With An Advisor
University College Academic Advisors are committed to each and every student, whether you’re pursuing a degree program or enrolling in a single class. They work with you every step of the way, from registration to graduation, helping you navigate procedures and processes that might be unfamiliar to you after a long hiatus from school. UC advisors are also certified life coaches who are skilled at helping you overcome roadblocks to your success with advice and assistance that can help keep you on track for your educational goals.
Apply to a degree program
Begin by scheduling an appointment with an academic and financial aid advisor. Our advising staff is specially trained to assist you in selecting a degree program and finding financial aid that fits your needs. Please contact the Student Academic Services office to schedule an appointment with an adivsor.
Register for a course
Part-time students can register for courses without applying to a degree program. All new UC graduate and undergraduate students register via our UC online registration process. Returning UC students should register via MySlice. Students who would like assistance can register in person at the University College Bursar Registration office at 700 University Ave, Syracuse, NY.
Questions about Online Registration
Visit the Important Information Before You Register page for pertinent information and directions on registering for a course. Contact the University College Bursar/Registration Office with any further questions.