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Boasts SU’s largest alumni base in the world.

Boasting SU’s largest alumni base in the world, New York City is alive with Orange spirit. Nearly 46,000 alumni live in the NYC metro area, and they open the doors for SU grads in the worlds of entertainment, the arts, finance, information technology, media, journalism, and many more.

An immense learning laboratory, the Big Apple is the site of many immersive learning experiences for SU students, including semester-long programs like the drama department’s Tepper Semester and Syracuse Architecture NYC, as well as week-long trips to the city’s media empires and internships with prestigious companies. SU students benefit from the knowledge and expertise of alumni and friends who are leaders in their fields, and in collaborations with NYC-based firms like JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Those thousands of SU alumni in NYC can stay closely connected with the University through networking events, industry panel discussions, New Student Send-offs, and SUccess in the City receptions—many of which are held at Joseph I. Lubin House, SU’s home in NYC, located on East 61st Street in Manhattan. Lubin House also offers a continual slate of art exhibitions in its Louise and Bernard Palitz Art Gallery.

And whenever an SU team takes to the court or field in the metro area, the Big Apple glows Orange. In fact, SU considers Madison Square Garden to be its athletics home away from home. SU is New York State’s college team!