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Center for Career Services

235 Schine Student Center

The Center for Career Services provides personalized career counseling and assessment, internship acquisition and coordination, job search coaching, alumni networking, preparation for further education, and on- and off-campus recruiting coordination.

Counseling Center

200 Walnut Place

The Counseling Center provides an array of mental health services for fulltime SU and SUNY ESF students. Services include individual counseling, consultation, crisis intervention, educational programming, and referrals. The center also provides emergency on-call services during evenings and weekends throughout the academic year. All information is confidential. Appointments are necessary.

Health Services

111 Waverly Avenue

Health Services specializes in college health and serves the health care needs of SU and SUNY ESF students. Services include office visits, ambulatory care services, a pharmacy, Syracuse University Ambulance, SU Medical Transport Services, laboratory and X-ray services, allergy injections, nutrition counseling, and health education and wellness promotion. Call 315-443-9005 to schedule an office visit.

Hendricks Chapel

Main Quad

Hendricks Chapel is a center for diverse religious, spiritual, and cultural learning that maintains a welcoming and caring community environment within Syracuse University. The chapel honors religious traditions and encourages spiritual introspection while at the same time promoting active voluntarism. The chapel is a source of constructive efforts to deal responsibly with personal and cultural pain as well as issues of social justice and reconciliation. In addition to regularly scheduled religious services, Hendricks Chapel personnel offer such services as counseling, weddings, study, and fellowship groups. 

LGBT Resource Center

750 Ostrom Avenue

The LGBT Resource Center provides education, advocacy, support, and safe communal space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and straight-allied students, staff, faculty, parents, and alumni of Syracuse University. Through its services, the center promotes the academic and personal growth and development of LGBT students; advocates unrestricted access to and full involvement in University life; and serves as a catalyst for the creation of a campus environment free from intolerance and hospitable for all students.

Office of Disability Services

804 University Avenue, Room 309
315-443-4498, 315-443-1371 (TDD)

The Office of Disability Services (ODS) facilitates equal academic access for students with physical, sensory, psychological, or learning disabilities. While the primary focus is on providing academic support services and accommodations, ODS assists students in addressing other disability-related needs and in obtaining equal access to all aspects of University life.

 Office of Multicultural Affairs

105 Schine Student Center

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) empowers students of color and facilitates cross-cultural interactions through educational opportunities and programs for the University community. OMA works with students, faculty, and staff to define and respond to the needs of undergraduate African American, Latino/a American, Asian American, and Native American students. OMA supports the retention of its students through a structured support network that includes academic support services, peer mentoring, workshops focused on professional and personal development, and promotion of cultural competence through diversity education seminars.

 Office of Student Assistance

306 Steele Hall
315-443-4357 (HELP)

College is a time of great excitement, exploration, and new opportunities. This time can also be demanding and challenging. In times when you need guidance, advice, or other support to navigate the sometimes complex layers of the institution, the Syracuse University Office of Student Assistance is here to help. The Office of Student Assistance serves as a central resource for all students. The office helps students and their families manage crises, life traumas, and other barriers that impede success. The staff works to address the needs of students who struggle in such areas as psychological health, physical health, victimization, relationship issues, and social adjustment through a variety of interventions, referrals, and follow-up services.

Student Legal Services

760 Ostrom Avenue

Undergraduate and graduate student activity fees provide funding, in part, to give you free legal assistance. All matriculated SU and SUNY ESF students, except law students and University College students, who pay the SU student activity fee are eligible to use these free services. Attorneys at Student Legal Services offer free advice and consultation on legal problems and representation in court for many legal problems. Call for an appointment.

The Tutoring and Study Center

111 Waverly Avenue, Suite 220

The internationally certified Tutoring and Study Center (TSC) offers content tutoring for undergraduate and graduate courses. If you are looking for tips or strategies to increase your academic success or are interested in getting a tutor, visit TSC, its web site,or satellite offices in the library and on South Campus. Ask about sponsorship to cover the costs of tutoring.