Syracuse, New York
SAT/ACT mins: These vary from college to college. The fall 2010 incoming class’s mean SAT was 1160 (Critical Reading and Math).
SAT or ACT Scores must not be more than: This will be determined on a case-by-case basis, and will depend on the date of graduation from an accredited high school or last attendance date at an accredited post-secondary institution.
LSP Application deadline:Fall - Early Decision: October 15; Regular Decision: December 1; Spring: December 1.
Where to find application: Applicants should complete the Common Application and Syracuse University’s supplemental form from our website at admissions.syr.edu, which will link applicants to the Common Application.
Freshmen class report date: Orientation normally begins either the third or fourth weekend of August, just prior to the first day of classes.
Yellow Ribbon participant: Yes, Syracuse University is a participant in the Yellow Ribbon enhancement program of the Post 9/11 GI Bill’s educational benefit.
Will you cover difference between tuition minus GI Bill and cost of in state "state" school tuition? Or do you want to keep it to in-state residents? Syracuse will cover the difference (up to 50%) of the cost of tuition. Syracuse University is a private institution and therefore does not differentiate tuition between in-state and out-of-state residents.
Do you want to donate additional money to each applicant should the need arise? No.
Processing fees: Waived.
All majors open to Marines? Yes.
Recognize AA degree or any college course work: Yes. A credit evaluation will be completed for all coursework from accredited post-secondary institutions to determine credits that may transfer in.
Recognize awarding of college credits via alternative means, e.g., DANTES or CLEP: Yes, Syracuse University recognizes both.
Additional information: Please refer to Syracuse University’s Admissions website at: www.admissions.syr.edu