I've hired Syracuse graduates and they seem well prepared for professional life.
The school's sport-centric reputation sort of overshadows the other great programs.
There are a variety of clubs, organizations, and classes offered.
The majority of students are really stuck-up.
Very good school and well known for academics.
Surrounding area, the city itself is not that great.
The degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications has opened infinite doors in my career!
Have you ever been to Syracuse in the winter? Hope you like snow...
All students have opporunties to be part of every club or organization campus regardless of their major.
The quality of the education is not worth the money.
The people here are awesome. Always friendly and willing to meet new people!
I hate their parking policies. It's ridiculously expensive and you can't even use your permit on athletics game days.
The education my daughter has received has been top notch. I hear all about her hands-on experience and the opportunities she is offered since she is a Syracuse University student.
The worse thing about SU is the surrounding area. As a parent, this is very important to me since I am concerned of my child's safety. Although she has remained safe and there have been no major...
Although it's a big school, everyone is very helpful and willing to direct you in the right direction. Professors are willing to spend extra time with you to make appropriate decisions in your...
Parking is too expensive!
The wintery wind from the North Pole apparently has nothing between it and the Syracuse hilltop where the university is located.
Either safety (but it isn't nearly as bad as people say) or the cost (it is wicked expensive, but worth it in the end)