Check out our new inclusive events planning guide, available for download as an accessible PDF!
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We plan to make quarterly updates to our guide, beginning in May 2013.
STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.
The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.
Syracuse University has established a Disability Cultural Center (DCC) to coordinate campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities.
The Disability Cultural Center is the first of its kind in the United States to be housed within a Division of Student Affairs, rather than a disability services office; it is also the first to be run by a full-time professional staff member. SU's Disability Cultural Center has a purpose that is parallel to other cultural centers on campus, including the LGBT Resource Center, the Lillian and Emmanuel Slutzker Center for International Services, and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Please visit and feel free to post on our Tumblr blog!
Please visit our DCC YouTube channel, where you can check out our video, The Syracuse University Disability Cultural Center: History, Evolution, and Future!
Click here to sign up for the Disability Cultural Center listserv and receive our newsletter via email.
We in the Disability Cultural Center (DCC) welcome all transfer students to Syracuse University, and invite you to participate in DCC programs and activities, all of which are meant to celebrate a community that fosters pride in one’s identity and creates a culture of inclusion. We seek to build a campus community that values everyone’s capabilities, and recognizes that all individuals have the potential to excel and contribute to the academic and social environment at Syracuse University and beyond.
We encourage you to browse our website and to visit us in room 105 of the Hoople Building. Due to limited staffing, it is best to make an appointment. Feel free to call us at: 315-443-4486. Thanks! We look forward to meeting you! Questions, in the meantime? Please email us!
For more information, please visit the Transfer Student Resources website.
Serving the SU community's multiple nutritional needs, Food Services leadership and staff work hard to be inclusive.
The SU Guides mobile app gives you access to a collection of guides that provide one-stop shops on topics most relevant to students. The Activities and Involvement Guide outlines where you can find organizations, clubs, events, programs and opportunities that range from one-time events to on-going commitments. The Living at SU Guide details all the places you live, eat and study, and the need-to-knows for getting around on campus. The SU Guides app is available via the SU mobile app. You can visit the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store to download the SU mobile app and click the SU Guides icon.