Madysan G Foltz
Priscilla A. Mahabali
Tariq Rajon Ward
Taylor N. Weaver
Recently, I have heard some concerns raised regarding the safety of students on and near campus. As the father of a daughter who recently graduated from Syracuse and two sons who currently attend, I fully understand your concerns regarding safety and security on and near campus. One crime is one too many, and we have taken a series of comprehensive actions, and put in place new initiatives over the past few years, to do everything we possibly can to reduce the likelihood of crime in the off‐campus neighborhoods that border the University.
The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.
To support and promote the academic achievement, multicultural competence, social development, civic engagement, and retention of students from historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups at Syracuse University.
NATIVE OUTREACH DAY
Saturday, March 14, 2015
Huntington Beard Crouse (North edge of Quad)
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Program Begins
2:00 pm Syracuse University Men’s Lacrosse Game against Johns Hopkins
Access to register for Native Outreach Day will be available at http://admissions.syr.edu/nativeamericanresources/.
You must register to receive a game ticket.
Did you know that Syracuse University has the largest concentration of Haudenosaunee students in the US, as well as Indigenous students from Alaska, New Mexico, and Bolivia? We are also ranked as one of the top 200 colleges for Indigenous students in the U.S. (A.I.S.E.S.’s Winds of Change). Come to learn more about Syracuse University’s indigenous programs, support for indigenous students, and enjoy attending a lacrosse game in the Carrier Dome. A campus tour and lunch will be provided.
Sponsored by Academic Affairs and brought to you by the Office of Admissions, Native Student Program, Office of Multicultural Affairs, and Indigenous Students at Syracuse. For more information contact:
We in the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) welcome all transfer students to Syracuse University and invite you to participate in OMA programs meant to provide the necessary support and guidance needed to encourage students to become members of a community respectful of differences. We encourage you to browse our website to learn about our program offerings. Please visit us in Suite 105 of the Schine Student Center, your “home away from home.”
Click here for a listing of all transfer student resources at Syracuse University.
STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.