New Student Info Central
Orientation ResourcesGuidebook, E-Newletters & Videos
An Orientation Guidebook will be printed and distributed at Orientation check-in.
New Student Resource Guide to help students get started on campus.
New students will receive E-Newsletters throughout the summer to their SYR.EDU email address.
- May 29, 2019 (Issue 1)
- June 12, 2019 (Issue 2)
- June 26, 2019 (Issue 3)
- July 10, 2019 (Issue 4)
- July 24, 2019 (Issue 5)
- August 7, 2019 (Issue 6)
Make sense of your accounts, usernames, passwords and portals. Start here:
ESF's Division of Student Affairs offers counseling, academic support and tutoring, diversity and inclusion support, career services, and more. We host and support student government, clubs, and organizations, and we develop and enforce policies on student behavior and academic integrity. Contact us any time for assistance.
14 Bray Hall
Many first-year students participate in community service, creating a strong bond with the surrounding community.
Student Organizations and Other Ways to Get Involved
Start with our fall activities fair to learn about student organizations and activities. Join in!
Alcohol & Other Drug Awareness
ESF works to encourage healthy choices by creating a positive living and learning environment for studentsone that does not tolerate the illegal and harmful use of alcohol and other drugs. We do this in several ways:
- Through our campus judicial system;
- By providing educational programs on alcohol and other drugs
- As sponsors of drug and alcohol free social events
- By providing academic content on the implications of alcohol and other drug us.
Diversity Awareness and Training
ESF offers programs exploring race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, etc., through the student-to-student mentoring program, the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion and other avenues.