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Orange Arrow Top 10 Reasons to Study Part Time at SU

1


Earn More!

People who hold bachelor's degrees earn an average of $23,000* more each year than those with a high school education. It pays to have an SU education.

2


Prestige.

A Syracuse University degree is recognized the world over for quality, with programs that have a reputation for being the best in the field.

3


Financial Aid.

And we don't just mean loans. Scholarships, grants, employer reimbursement, and reduced tuition rates add up to big benefits.

4


Flexible Formats.

You can earn a degree and keep your day job. Take courses in the evening, online, from a distance, and in condensed and accelerated formats.

5


Advisors.
UC advisors work with you every step of the way to help you navigate the system, from registration to graduation.

6


Faculty.
World-class faculty with expertise in a variety of subjects offer skillful instruction, stimulating courses, and individual attention.

7


Students.
Surround yourself with bright, ambitious classmates who bring a wealth of real-world knowledge and experience to the classroom.

8


Alumni.
Our graduates are part of an extensive alumni network. Join the ranks of SU alums like Dick Clark, Ted Koppel, Bob Costas, Joyce Carol Oates, and Donovan McNabb.

9


Fringe Benefits.
You'll have access to everything a state-of-the-art campus has to offer: libraries, athletic facilities and events, concerts, lectures, and computer labs.

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History.
Syracuse University has a 100-year legacy of distinction in continuing education. The first Evening Session was held in 1918, making SU one of the first universities in the country open to nontraditional, part-time students.

 

*Source: Associated Press


 

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