As a Syracuse University Summer College student, you have access to all of the academic support and resources as an undergraduate student.
- SU Bookstore
- The Office of Disability Services
- SU Libraries
- Information Technology Services (ITS)
- Tutoring Services
Need to purchase your textbooks or rent a MicroFridge? Forgot to buy snacks or a toothbrush? Want to purchase Syracuse apparel? The Syracuse University Bookstore is where you can find all of your “home away from home” items, SU clothing, gifts, textbooks, and more. The Syracuse University Bookstore is also where you rent a MicroFridge (microwave, freezer, refrigerator combination) for your dorm room during your stay on campus.
Schine Student Center
303 University Place
Syracuse, NY 13244
The Office of Disability Services
Syracuse University values diversity and seeks to promote equal access to educational opportunities for all students. The Office of Disability Services (ODS) aims to engage the University Community to empower students, enhance equity and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion. If you or your student needs test taking, note-taking, or other accommodations, please contact The Office of Disability Services at Syracuse University.
804 University Avenue, Suite 303
Syracuse, NY 13244
There are two main libraries on Syracuse University’s campus: Bird Library and Carnegie Library. While the libraries offer books and a quiet place to study, it also houses many librarians who are there to help you utilize databases and find research for your next essay or project.
Information Technology Services (ITS)
Having trouble connecting to the wifi? Did your laptop stop working? Syracuse University is home to its own Information Technology Services. Information Technology Services (ITS) provides a variety of services and support options for students, faculty, staff and more at Syracuse University. ITS has a service center located in Life Science Building and offers online technology assistance.
We want our Summer College students to succeed and have the best transition to college life. Some programs and courses can be quite rigorous, and we understand that students may need guidance along the way to solidify difficult concepts. The Syracuse University Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS) helps facilitate tutoring services across campus as well as promotes tips about improving studying and academic skills.
Tutoring Phone: 315.443.2005