Syracuse University Campus
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Welcome to the hall of languages
The Hall of Languages is located in the center of campus. This building is not strictly for languages, lots of humanities and social sciences classes are taught in here as well. The Hall of Languages is light up a different color every night so you can see it almost from any part of campus!
Kristen shows you one of the many auditoriums on campus!
Welcome to the Life Sciences building! If you're taking any of the 100 level courses chances are you will be sitting in an auditorium similar to the one in the video. Typically SU auditoriums tend to fit around 200 students, however, most of my classes have a 10-12 student to teacher ratio!
The schine student center
The Schine Student Center is home to the SU Bookstore, The Schine Box Office, The Schine Dining Center, and the Goldstein Auditorium. It also houses offices for several on-campus organizations including the Student Association, the body of elected student officials here at Syracuse University, and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs.
The life sciences complex
The Life Sciences Complex is home to the departments of biology, chemistry, and many other science fields, as well as my favorite snack bar on campus. mmmm, smoothies! This building is a great reminder that SU is a top ranked research university; The classrooms, labs, and lecture halls are state of the art to facilitate learning and exploration.
The shaffer art building and su art galleries
The Shaffer Art Building has both classrooms for the School of Transmedia and the School of Art within the College of Visual and Performing Arts, as well as public exhibition spaces for student art and guest creatives.
Q+a with emilia!
This is my friend Emilia, a Theatre Management major from the west coast. In this quick interview, we talk about her favorite and least favorite parts of being an SU student. This interview was filmed near the Syracuse Stage/SU Drama complex, where most classes for both of our majors take place.
The university promenade
The University Promenade, completed in 2016, transformed a simple walkway from one side on campus to another into a place of "gathering, community and vitality". The Promenade has several benches and bike loops, and, to combat the New York cold, the Promenade heats up in the winter months to help the walkway stay clear and safe.
Quick facts about syracuse university
Syracuse University is a vibrant, city-like school. Not mentioned in the video is that SU has a bus system, so it's really easy for students to hop on the bus to get to another part of campus or head downtown to grab a cup of coffee with their friends!
Kristen shows you the whitman school of management and marshall street
Many students find themselves getting a dual major in Newhouse and Whitman School of Management! Marshall street which is a short walk from Whitman is filled with cafes and shops where most students spend their time outside of school!
A trip to the basement of h.b. crouse hall!
H.B. Crouse Hall may be a small building, but it is vitality important as home to the writing center, as well as offices for graduate students. If you need individual help in a writing or english course, this is most likely where you will meet with a professor or graduate student.
Syracuse University Brewster Hall
My weekday commute, starting from the bbb bus stop!
Taking the bus up the university hill is the easiest way to get to class. Buses run regularly up to campus, as well as several other SU affiliated locations. And the best part? The buses are free to board with your Syracuse University ID!
Syracuse University Carnegie Library
Faq with melanie!
Syracuse winters are known to be brutal. Syracuse was ranked the #1 snowiest city in America. However, our school spirit makes up for the mild hypothermia that you may get when outside. #bleedorange
The classroom culture
At SU classes are experiential, and a mix of lectures, and conversations. The average classes are small, which gives students an opportunity to really be engaged with the professor and class material.
Syracuse University Carrier Dome
Welcome to the dome!
Syracuse is known for its Carrier Dome! The Dome houses all of SU's football and basketball games, as well as many career and internship fairs! You can see the dome from any part of campus and its definitely the heart of Syracuse University!