The former home of the School of Management, Crouse-Hinds Hall now houses administrative offices, including the Chancellor's office. Read more.
This memorial is dedicated to those whose lives were lost in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 on December 21, 1988, including 35 Syracuse University students. Read more.
Students hang here at all hours. Notice the tree in the middle, what kind do you think it is? Read more.
Syracuse University's own skate pavilion located on South Campus that's open to students. Show your student ID for discounts! Read more.
This non-profit, student-run cafe in the lower level of Hendricks Chapel is known for its "Austin Powers": half coffee, half hot chocolate! Read more.
Looking to stock up on your #OrangeNation gear? The SU Bookstore carries official SU apparel and merchandise so you can rep the orange all day, every day. Read more.
“The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.” – Nelson Henderson Read more.
A former company warehouse, the Nancy Cantor Warehouse is now home to SU’s Design department. It overlooks the west side of the city and puts you in the heart of downtown Syracuse! Read more.
Varsity has been a landmark on the SU campus for more than 80 years. It's a favorite spot for SU fans to share their #OrangeSpirit before games. Read more.
When it’s game time, the Carrier Dome lives up to its nickname — “The Loudhouse.” Don't forget to try the Dome Stomp: stand in between the outer ridges of the building and jump! Read more.
Brush up on your interviewing skills, craft your resume and cover letter, and search for new opportunities alongside our professional Career Services staff! Read more.
Welcome to Lubin House! Venture up to the second floor to visit the Palitz Gallery. It hosts several art exhibits throughout the year, extending SU's cultural exhibits to New York City. Read more.
Welcome to the home of Syracuse University in Los Angeles and SU’s Los Angeles study abroad program! More info: www.suinla.syr.edu Read more.
The Rosamond Gifford Zoo, located on 43 acres, is home to nearly 1000 animals, including Asian elephants, Humboldt penguins, Amur tigers & African lions! Read more.
In the late 1700s & 1800s, this salt plant produced nearly all the nation's salt. Many of the workers were Irish, thus the dish of Salt Potatoes became famous here. Read more.
The Hollywood movie "The Express" premiered here on September 12, 2008. South Salina Street was transformed with an orange carpet and a stage in the middle of the road for musical performances. Read more.
This used to be a mobile concession stand, originally built to provide food to motorcycle bikers. It became a full service restaurant in 1988 and is a popular stop whenever people visit Syracuse. Read more.
Stella's, often packed on weekend mornings, proves to be a favorite for the Syracuse community and worth the wait. Read more.
Founded in 2005, the Faraday House is home to Syracuse University's study abroad in London program. Check it out here: www.sulondon.syr.edu. Read more.
SU's home in DC, the Greenberg House offers connections to major organizations and government agencies for students, alumni, faculty and staff. Read more.
This is the only university owned bar, which was originally used as a ski lodge until the 1970s. Be sure to come for Trivia Night, every Thursday 9:30-11:00pm. Read more.
Syracuse defeated Connecticut 127-117 in the 2009 Big East Men's Basketball Tournament. The game lasted six-overtimes, the second-longest game in NCAA Division I Men's Basketball history! Read more.
Many freshman live on "The Mount". There are 123 stairs to the top, how fast can you climb them? Read more.
Voted the best dining center by students, this buffet style cafeteria is located between Boland & Brewster halls. Read more.
Built as a fraternity house in 1903, it reopened as a sit-down restaurant for alumni, faculty, and students and is also home to the Office of Alumni Relations. Read more.
While wearing the legendary number 44 at Syracuse University, Ernie Davis became the first African-American to win the Heisman trophy. He was the first overall selection in the 1962 NFL draft. Read more.
Tradition states that if a couple kisses on this bench, they'll eventually marry. The bench was established in 1912 but the tradition didn't begin until many years later. Dare to sit? Read more.
Got that DIY spirit? The ITS Service Center will provide you with the tools and space to repair your own electronic devices! Read more.
Hendricks Chapel is a nonsectarian, interfaith chapel that celebrates all faiths throughout the year through events, groups, and services. Read more.
Have a few minutes to spare in between classes? Check out the SU Art Gallery on the first floor of the Shaffer Art Building. There are several exhibits throughout the year from international artists. Read more.
Built in 1908, Archbold Gymnasium opened with the Junior Prom and was almost completely destroyed by a fire in 1947. Read more.
This student organization brings the big name acts to campus. In recent years they have brought acts such asLewis Black, Third Eye Blind, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Ben Folds and Guster. Read more.
Bird Library is home to a number of special collections, including the works of Galileo, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Voltaire, and Sir Isaac Newton. Read more.
The new home of Mayfest, there is always something going on when its sunny outside (just like the quad). Read more.
Kimmel Hours: Monday-Thursday (4pm-1am), Friday-Saturday (4pm-3am), Sunday (4pm-1am) Read more.