Syracuse Welcome Office Hours
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs will be open the following extended hours during Syracuse Welcome:
Saturday, August 26, 12 to 4 p.m.
Sunday, August 27, 12 to 4 p.m
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Current Scholarships Opportunities:
Foundations Series begins September 11
You could win a $1,000 scholarship by attending the Foundations series, a comprehensive student development program.
Six one-hour sessions will be offered on Mondays from 7 to 8 pm in 114 Hall of Languages. Topics covered: leadership, career development, financial wellness, physical health and nutrition, healthy relationships and self-care. Students who attend all six sessions can enter to win a $1,000 scholarship.
Brought to you by the following offices: Athletics, Career Services, Office of Financial Literacy, Office of Engagement Programs and the Office of Health Programs.
If your financial aid award included Federal Work-Study, view the current Student Employment Office job openings.
Non-federal-work-study jobs are also available.
Bring to campus the official documents you'll need before you can begin working.
Questions? Email Student Employment or call at 315.443.2268.
Attention Federal Work-Study students: SU
is hiring students to work as tutors in Syracuse City schools. Transportation is available. The salary is $10 per hour. Must be able to work 8 to 10 hours per week in blocks of three hours or more, between 8 am - 4 pm.
are due by noon Monday, September 11, and are available in the Shaw Center, 237 Schine.
the Shaw Center with questions.
Welcome Emily Zipprich
Emily Zipprich recently joined our office as Assistant Director. Emily will coordinate and work with students receiving athletic aid.
Emily was born and raised in Syracuse and attended Montana State University. She has recently worked in the Syracuse University College of Law and SU Abroad offices. This summer Emily completed the Lake Placid Ironman event. Congratulations and welcome!
Welcome Candis Tingle
Financial Aid Counselor
Candis Tingle joined our office over the summer as financial aid Counselor for undergraduate students whose last name begin with A through C.
Candis graduated from Kentucky State University, where she also worked as a Financial Aid Representative. She has also worked for the Kentucky State Government in the Health and Family Services Department. Welcome to New York, Candis!
Welcome Cathy Hill
Financial Aid Counselor
Cathy Hill is a new financial aid counselor for undergraduate students whose last name begins with D through H.
Cathy graduated from Cornell University, and earned her Master's Degree in school counseling from Syracuse University. Cathy worked for 15 years as an admissions counselor before joining our office. Welcome to financial aid, Cathy!