Locations Across Campus

The School of Education has departments and offices across the Syracuse University campus, allowing students access to the resources, faculty, and facilities most related to their area of study. The main hub for the School of Education is Huntington Hall, housing our Administrative Offices, many academic departments, and several centers and institutes. You can find each of these locations on the Syracuse University Campus Map.

Most buildings have reduced hours over the summer. Huntington Hall is open 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Building access is by card swipe only outside of these hours.

  • Huntington Hall (800 University Avenue at Marshall Street):
    • Administrative Offices:
      • Office of the Dean, Suite 230
      • Academic Operations, Suite 200
      • Advancement and Alumni Relations, Suite 250
      • Business Services, Suite 270
      • Marketing and Communications, Suite 250
      • Office of Professional Research and Development, Suite 270
      • Technology Support Group, Room 056
    • Centers and Institutes:
      • Center for Experiential Pedagogy and Practice, Suite 030
      • Center on Disability and Inclusion / Mid-State Regional Partnership Centers, Suite 330
      • InclusiveU / Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education/InclusiveU, Suite 300
      • Center for Academic Achievement and Student Development: Liberty Partnership Program, Room 054
    • Faculty Offices: Suites 150-170, 260, and 350
  • 111 Waverly Avenue: Office of Academic and Student Services, Suite 230
  • Sims Hall (130 College Place):
    • Faculty Offices, Suite 440
    • Center for Academic Achievement and Student Development: Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program, Science and Technology Entry Program, McNair Scholars Program, Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Suite 400
  • Steele Hall: Center for Academic Achievement and Student Development: Higher Education Opportunity Program; TRIO Student Support Services, Suite 304

In addition to using classrooms across campus, programs also have additional offices and facilities in Crouse College (music education), Comstock Art Facility (arts education), Carnegie Library (mathematics education), Physics Building, and Heroy Geology Lab (science education).

Classroom Space

The classrooms in 100-107 Huntington Hall are scheduled by the Office of the Registrar and maintained by ITS LEMP: 100-107 Huntington Hall. Classes offered by the School of Education use instructional spaces across campus including the School of Management, Life Sciences Building, Eggers Hall, Sims Hall, Hall of Languages, and more.

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