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Get Involved

The College of Arts and Sciences depends on engaged alumni and friends who are involved in a number of rewarding activities ranging from student mentoring and participating in alumni events to providing connections to student internships and job opportunities. Listed below are a few of the ways you can connect with The College. Also, please take a moment to tell us about your interests and ideas by filling out our Stay Connected form. We can't wait to hear from you.

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New Student Send-Offs
Alumni Events
Alumni Event Volunteers
Alumni Clubs
SU Regional Campuses
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New Student Send-Offs

New Student Send-Offs: Fun, informal gatherings for first-year students and their parents hosted by alumni volunteers in their hometowns. The send-offs are a way to welcome new students into the SU community and give them their first dose of Orange Spirit.

Find out when the new student send-offs are happening in your area by going to the student send-off website.
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Alumni Events

Alumni Events: Find out what is happening around the country through the University’s Regional Events Calendar Page.

SUccess in the city: At SUcess in the city, alumni can network with established Syracuse University alumni, members of your local alumni club and recent SU grads and make valuable connections that will serve you well throughout your career. 
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Alumni Event Volunteers

There are a variety of opportunites for alumni to volunteer for campus, regional and local events.  Check out the Alumni Event Volunteer website
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Alumni Clubs

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SU Regional Campuses

  • SU in New York City: The Joseph I Lubin House, E. 61st in Manhattan, is home to a wide array of programs and events, including alumni gatherings, industry discussion panels, art exhibits, and student recruiting and admissions activities.
  • SU in Los Angeles: The Office of Syracuse University in Los Angeles serves as a creative and intellectual resource for alumni and friends of the University in the Southern California area, fully engaging alumni experts, and supporting the University's academic strengths.
  • SU in Washington, D.C.: Academic programs take place throughout the year at Greenberg House. Classes, seminars, and meetings sponsored by the University’s schools and colleges are presented at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive education levels for traditional and non-traditional students. Greenberg House is also the site for a number of alumni events.
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