Students will be contacted via email beginning May 2018 about missing forms. Only students missing items will be contacted. Please be sure to check your email regularly.
Please do NOT call or email our office to confirm receipt of items. Thank you for this consideration as we serve nearly 1,000 students each summer.
Required Online Forms and Submissions (due June 1, 2018)
Required Consent & Permissions form and Policies & Procedures forms are now available. Click each link below to complete electronically.
Please submit your ID photo and activate your NetID.
- S.U. ID photo submission – current photo with name and SUID in email subject line to (email@example.com) by June 1, 2018
- Syracuse University NetID Activation (Students should not attempt to activate their NetID until 7 business days after receiving their admission letter.)
Please note that the online forms require both students and parents/guardians to sign the online documents, utilizing the computer mouse as if it were a writing instrument. Please do not simply type your name into the signature box. If your computer or device does not allow you to use a mouse to sign your name, please feel free to print the forms and sign with a pen and send in via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (315-443-4410) or mail (700 University Ave, Syracuse NY 13210).
If you have any problem accessing or signing the forms, please contact our office at 315-443-5000 or email@example.com.
You must first activate your NetID (username) using your SUID number before completing the SU health form. See instructions above.
In order for a Summer College participant to receive assistance through Syracuse University Health Services (SUHS), the student must complete the SUHS Online Form. Failure to complete and submit a health form will prevent you from being seen or treated at the SU Health Center.
Students have a set move-in date depending upon the program in which they are enrolled. Please visit your our admitted students page for the specific details.
Both residential and commuter students must check-in at the residence hall in order to receive their class schedule, SUID card, and other important information.
Arrival/Departure by Air
The Syracuse Hancock International Airport is the closest to Syracuse University and the only airport that we provide shuttle service for.
Arrival/Departure by Train or Bus
The William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center is the train and bus station closest to Syracuse University and the only bus and train station that we provide shuttle service for.
MOVE-OUT/DEPARTURE FROM CAMPUS
Students may checkout of the residence hall following their final academic obligation which is schedule for Friday at 4pm. Students are required to be out of their room by 9am Saturday. Students with flights later in the day will be able to store their luggage in a secure space until departure which must be no later than 12p.m. Students must check out at the main desk of the residence hall and return their room key no later than 9am Saturday.
Shuttles to and from campus will be provided on move-in day and on the last day of the program. Shuttles are free and will run approximately every 30 minutes during move-in times to and from Syracuse Hancock International Airport and Syracuse Regional Transportation Center (site for the local bus and train stations).
Arrival Shuttle Form
Departure Shuttle Form
If you do not complete a shuttle form we assume you do not need a shuttle and you will not be on our list. Note that shuttles are only for Summer College student participants (not parents) and will run on a schedule based on the student reservations received.
The portals will close Thursday at noon, preceding the weekend of your move-in. They will then reopen the following week for new students.
Departing students will be sent an email approximately 48 hours prior to departure that will provide you with a specific shuttle pick up time. The shuttle take you from the residence hall to the airport/bus/train departure location.
The following documents are for your information only and do not require completion or submission to Summer College or Syracuse University.
- Office of Disability Services (ODS)
- If you are in need of services this summer, complete the ‘Self-Assessment Survey‘. Be sure to indicate that you are a Summer College student.
- You will be contacted by a counselor from ODS via email regarding accommodations.
- Microfridge rental agreement (optional)