Admission to Syracuse University is based on a combination of factors, including having graduated from high school or the equivalent, standardized test scores, transcripts from all previous undergraduate work, a personal statement, and, if requested, letters of recommendation. An admission interview with a UC advisor is required and is available in-person, by phone, or online.
Admission to the certificate programs requires an associate degree or equivalent. Admission applications are reviewed on a continuing basis, so you can submit an application at any time.
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 advisor.
UC academic advisors will work with you to find a graduate program that fits your talents, interests, and professional goals. We encourage you to visit the Syracuse University Graduate School site regarding the requirements specific to the programs that interest you.
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
Contact the University College Bursar/Registration Office with any further questions.