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Congratulations Undergraduate Class of 2025!

Welcome to Syracuse!

Your admission to Syracuse University and the School of Education (SOE) reflects our confidence in your potential to become a positive member of our community and your professional field. The resources and information on this page should answer many of your questions and help you navigate the admissions process.

There are many ways to learn about the School of Education, even if you’re not able to meet us in person. We encourage you to connect with us online and join our virtual events for admitted students.

Stay Connected

Timothy Findlay, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment
twfindla@syr.edu|315.443.4269
Timothy Findlay

I am the School of Education’s “expert” when it comes to information on your major and questions you may have. I am here to help you as you finalize your college decision – please don’t hesitate to email or call me. You can also let me know the best number to reach you at, or arrange for a virtual conversation over Zoom, Skype, etc. If there is a more convenient way of us speaking, just let me know!

And don’t forget to follow the School of Education:

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We hope you and your family are doing well during this exciting time in your life. Syracuse University is currently in the midst of an in-person Spring semester and hosted a successful residential/in-person Fall semester as well. For information about Syracuse University’s response planning and preparedness strategies for COVID-19, please visit syracuse.edu/staysafe.

Admitted Student Events

After registering, all students will receive an email on the day of the event with a Zoom link and session information for these events; if you run into any issues, please contact Tim Findlay!

General School of Education Admitted Student Sessions
Weekly
4 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Assistant Director Tim Findlay and current School of Education students.

Meet School of Education Faculty
Wednesday, March 24
7 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Assistant Director Tim Findlay and School of Education faculty.

Meet Current School of Education Students (students only)
Tuesday, March 30
6-7 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Assistant Director Tim Findlay and Current School of Education students. If you want to know more about the day and the life of a student bring your questions.

Is Syracuse the right fit for my student? (parents/guardians only)
Tuesday, March 30
7-8 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Senior Assistant Dean Amie Redmond and Assistant Director Tim Findlay. Meet the team of people who will support your student when they attend Syracuse! Guests include academic advisors for new/current education students and our Career Services and Certification advisor.

Learn more about Study Abroad, Housing and Meet your Academic Advisor!
Thursday, April 15
4-5 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Senior Assistant Dean Amie Redmond and Assistant Director Tim Findlay. Meet your academic advisor and hear from current students about their experiences with Study Abroad and Housing.

Meet School of Education Faculty
Tuesday, April 20
4-5 p.m. EDT

Hosted by Assistant Director Tim Findlay and School of Education faculty.

Your Next Steps

Checklist for Admitted Students

How to complete your Admissions Acceptance Form (AAF), make your deposit, and officially become part of the Orange family!

Orientation Information

Will launch on May 1st, and will include information about to-do tasks, campus life, pre-arrival information, and more!

Questions about financial aid?

Contact the Office of Financial Aid with questions about any financial aid or scholarships.

Consider joining a learning community

Join a School of Education learning community, including the Education Living and Learning Community!

Take a Virtual Tour

Check out a virtual tour of Syracuse University’s beautiful campus!

Explore the School of Education website

Learn more about your major, your professors, your advisors, and the events, resources, and tools that are available to you in the School of Education.

Congratulations again on your admissions to the School of Education and we can’t wait to see you this Fall! GO ORANGE!