Syracuse University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (9)
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.
I had a great time and I learned a lot - but student loans are crippling. I would advise high school students to think long and hard about how much they take out in loans.
The master's program with CRS is great and prepared me for my PhD program. The younger faculty are fully prepared to work with graduate students, but some older tenured faculty are not. However, I think that dynamic is changing.
I loved the ability to choose classes and the varying paths you could pursue in your master's. I did not feel however that I would get my masters if I were to do it all over again - I would have worked in the field for several years first and then decided whether to pursue additional education.
Served me well. Has a world for every type of person. If you want to Frat or not Frat, If you want a big school or a small school, if you care about sports or don't. Basically if you have no idea what you want in a school yet go to Syracuse because there are so many worlds. It isn't like a school that has a football game and if you aren't at the football game you have no one to talk to. But if you want to go to the football game there are plenty of people to do that with. Same goes for all aspects of campus life.
I loved my school. I learned a lot and was constantly encouraged and supported by my teachers. The social life was amazing, there was always something to do and everyone can find their group at the school.
The school had a very well rounded communications program. They had a lot of really great extra curricular opportunities, including job opportunities, clubs and events.