Campus Community

Orange Central Reunion Homecoming from Syracuse University

The Syracuse University campus community includes a network of professionals and peers dedicated to every student’s journey to achieve their definition of success. Whether it’s creating lasting connections with peers, learning how to manage personal finances or discovering holistic health and wellness, students have the ability to achieve their unique goals with the support they need.

 

Students’ introduction to the Syracuse University campus and its community has a profound impact on their trajectory of success. New Student and Family Programs (NSFP) helps students build a strong foundation for their future as members of the Orange community. From the day students are accepted and throughout their first year, NSFP staff and peer mentors are there and devoted to help guide students, families and supporters, on their unique Becoming Orange journey.

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Financial resources are at times essential to achieving both long-term and short-term goals. Working to support each student’s unique definition of success, cross campus teams alongside the Student Outreach and Retention team go beyond eliminating barriers by providing a strong financial foundation through  a variety of offerings.

  • ’Cuse Works: The Student Employment Office connects students to enriching professional development opportunities, both Federal Work-Study and non-Federal Work-Study.
  • 15 to Finish:  Prevent taking more than four years to complete a degree and work to avoid unplanned costly expenses.
  • Hendricks Chapel Food Pantry:  Offers free food and personal care items to all students.
  • Internship Awards: Helping to pay for internship related travel, living expenses and more are the Clements Internship Awards and the Internship Funding Awards.
  • Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs:  Through one-on-one support, this dedicated team helps build budgets, identify financial resources and more.
  • Financial Literacy:  From personalized financial coaching, workshops and more, this team helps students take charge of their finances.
  • Over the Line:  Helps reduce financial barriers for qualifying students in need of only a few credits to graduate.
  • Smart Money Coaches: Learn essential financial skills, establish goals and create a personalized budget all with the support of a peer mentor.

Barnes Center at The Arch Exterior from Syracuse University

A student’s success is multi-faceted and often reliant on their overall health and wellness. The Barnes Center at The Arch, Syracuse University’s hub for student wellness, features programs and services that promote students’ holistic well-being, encompassing mind, body, spirit and community. In an accessible, centralized space on campus, students have the opportunity to learn, connect and thrive on campus through the support of the Barnes Center health and wellness team.

The Barnes Center at The Arch commits to all students’ success, encouraging and empowering them to “Be Well” in their own unique, ever-evolving wellness journey. Discover what wellness means to you at the Barnes Center at The Arch.

Not sure how to start exploring health and wellness?

As a guiding compass, start with exploring the Dimensions of Wellness and suggested connected resources, services and more throughout the Orange community!

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