Support & Resources
Accepted Undergraduate Students
Academic Support Services
ESF's Academic Support Services office is home to the Academic Success Center, which will be your #1 resource for any support and information you need to assist you with coursework, advising and academic planning. Make sure to visit the center in Moon Library, room 109.
Additional academic web resources include:
- Career Services
- Library Resources
- Multicultural Affairs
- Tutoring (be a tutorget a tutor)
- ESF's First Year Experience
- Transfer Student Experience
Hendricks ChapelInterfaith Worship and Community
Everyone at Hendricks Chapel welcomes you!Hendricks Chapel is a place for all people. As an interfaith chapel, it enjoys a rich collegiality and dialogue among members of many different faith traditions. At the same time, each of those individual traditions is invited to express fully its beliefs and practices.Attend a lecture or concert hosted in the chapel. Enjoy sitting on the steps. There are numerous ways to be involved, and we look forward to getting to know you. Learn more at the Hendrick's Chapel website, call 315-443-2901 for more information, or visit us at our Open House during orientation weekend on the quad of the Syracuse University campus.
Students with Disabilities
SUNY-ESF is an academic community that values diversity and seeks to promote meaningful access to educational opportunity for all of its students. The College is committed to full compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and its own Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities, which provides in relevant part that:Students have the right not to be discriminated against by any agent or organization of ESF for reasons of disability.If you are a student with a documented learning, psychological, or physical disability, and wish to request accommodations, it is important that you contact the Office of Career and Counseling Services at 315-470-6660. In order to ensure sufficient time to arrange for and provide auxiliary aids and services, requests for accommodations should be made as early as possible.Documentation to verify a disability and support the need for accommodations is required. When appropriate, additional supportive documentation will be requested. The appropriateness of an accommodation is determined on a case-by-case basis and involves an interactive process including the student, Syracuse University Office of Disability Services (the office which ESF utilizes to provide support services), and, if necessary, other departmental representatives. Students, who wish to receive accommodations should complete and return the disabilities Self-identification form (Word, PDF).
If you, or a guest, require a sign language interpreter for our new student programs during Orientation Weekend, please contact the Student Affairs Office at 315-470-6660 (voice). Individuals with a hearing impairment may call 315-470-6600 for assistance.