Syracuse University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (17)
This program really changed my view on education and teaching, and have not only increased my passion for teaching but also have taught me to be a creator of change in the education community. I have not looked for a teaching job yet as I am planning to enroll in graduate school after graduation, but with the education Syracuse has given me, I have been accepted to Teachers College at Columbia University. I am excited to take all of the skills and resources Syracuse has given me to apply to my future and the future of the students I hope to teach.
The great thing about Syracuse University's Music Industry program at the Setnor School of Music is that it is so comprehensive. As a graduate of this program, I am qualified to pursue jobs in any part of the music industry, from concert promotion, to record production, to artist management.
Syracuse University is a great school for other majors like communication, business, technology, and engineering . The Psychology program at Syracuse University isn't as strong as one would hope. However, I appreciate the education and the support I received throughout my undergraduate career. If you are looking for a more rigorous psychology program, this might not be the place for you. However, the variety of programs and classes offered to students is great and one that I really appreciated.
SU is cool. There are a ton of events every weekend. The workload keeps you busy and depending on your major it is easy to get overwhelmed. However, I know a lot of people who've earned 3.8s and above and have graduated with honors. The school is definitely segregated though.
Syracuse University has great student diversity & an expansive campus, and offers a variety of programs for study with a lot of extra-curricular clubs/organizations to get involved with. Their Architecture program is ever-evolving towards improvement, but was also quite impressive to begin with. They have a rigorous program with an impressive faculty body, which includes visiting professors & professors of practice to ground students in a solid conceptual design foundation and provide insight into the field at the level of practice. The abroad programs were excellent, & the structure of the 5-year program is well-organized. Syracuse has a lot to offer, as long as you can tolerate the long winters of upstate New York.
I went to Syracuse University for their strong International Studies program and their study abroad program. They are amongst the most established study abroad programs in the US and the process was simple and the learning opportunities for International Studies or Policy Studies students were excellent. I sat in on hearings at the European Court of Human Rights, I met US ambassadors for several european countries and the internship opportunities were invaluable. This is definitely the school to go to if you are interested in international business, non-profit work, human rights advocacy, politics and most importantly making a positive impact in the world.
Syracuse University is an amazing university. The faculty and staff are amazing. If you reach out, they will do everything in their power to assist you. The curriculum is challenging but there are many resources available to make the journey here a successful one.
Syracuse was a great experience. Started the program as a child and left as a young adult. I was challenged in many different ways on many different levels. I look back at my four years at Syracuse as among the finest in my amazing life. I would recommend this university to anyone looking for a solid education and a thirst for personal growth!!!
It offered a well rounded college experience. I enjoyed attending a full university rather than an art specific college.
It was an incredible experience. It was the right amount of challenging but not too difficult classes, with a ton of fun events, great sports teams, great other students, and great professors and administrators.