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Financial Aid & Scholarship Office has Moved
Visit us in our new location, 200 Bowne Hall (between the Schaffer Art building and Carnegie Library).
Syracuse Welcome Office Hours
To help serve you during Syracuse Welcome, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs will be open during the following extended hours:
Saturday, August 27, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday, August 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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: Tutors are needed to help Syracuse City elementary and middle school students through SU
. 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 12, and are available in the Shaw Center, 237 Schine.
the Shaw Center with questions.
Searching for Scholarships
Need help searching for scholarships from outside Syracuse University? To receive scholarship announcements by email, sign up for the Scholarship
Current Scholarships Opportunities:
Don't Wait to Get Started
Talk to a financial coach and kick start financial independence with these five steps:
1. Make a financial plan.
2. Understand your income and build your
3. Prepare for the unexpected with an emergency fund and relevant insurance.
4. Know what you owe and develop your debt repayment plan.
5. Start saving for future goals and investing.
Ready to start the steps today? Email FinLit@syr.edu using the subject line "COACH" to schedule your free one-on-one session.