What FISKE Has to Say
Syracuse has recast itself to make undergraduate education a top priority. Offerings such as the Gateway program provide small classes for first-year students. World famous in communications, Syracuse is also strong in engineering and public affairs. Big East basketball provides solace during long winter nights.
- Admissions and other important Statistics
Type – National University; Private; 4-Year
Student Population – 19,638 (13,736 undergraduates)
Campus Setting - “City: Midsize”
Student:Faculty ratio - 15 to 1
Nearest Cities – Located in the city of Syracuse, NY. With a population of ~150,000, it is the largest city in Central New York; Buffalo: ~150 miles; Albany: 150 miles; New York, NY: ~250 miles.
Tuition - $36,302
Total Cost (after room & board and books) - $51,960
Number of Applicants - 22,935
Acceptance Rate - 60%
Early Admissions - None. Admissions Deadline is January 1st
SAT/ACT - Required
Test Scores Range (the middle 50% scored within this range) - SAT Critical Reading: 520-620; SAT Math: 540-650; ACT Composite: 23-28
Student Body/Diversity - 57% female; 95% full-time; 56% white; 53% out-of-state; 6% from foreign countries;
Number of Varsity Athletes - ~750
NCAA D1 Varsity Programs – Men’s and Women’s: Track & Field, Basketball, Lacrosse, Rowing, Soccer, Swimming & Diving; Men’s Football, Women’s Ice Hockey, Women’s Field Hockey, Women’s Softball, Women’s Tennis, Women’s Volleyball.
USNews College Rankings - 55th for National Universities (view the USNews Profile)
Directors Cup Rankings - 50th
What’s it like to be a student at Syracuse?
Did you play lacrosse at Syracuse? Did you love it? Do you want to tell high school recruits about your experience? Then please take a minute to fill out our Alumni Lacrosse Survey about your College Lacrosse experience. Thanks. -the ETA Team