Orientation and Welcome Schedules
Please ensure that you are viewing your correct Welcome Weekend schedule based on your course’s start date. There are two schedules, one for residential students and one for commuter students.
Residential Student Welcome Schedules
Residential students must review the following move-in schedules to ensure they arrive on-time to their scheduled events and orientations. Residential students live in DellPlain or Booth Hall for the duration of their programs.
Commuter Student Welcome Schedules
Commuter students are those that live in the area and commute to and from class, daily. Commuter students must review the following schedules to ensure they arrive on-time to their specific scheduled events and orientations.
*Please note, if you are attending more than one program/session, you only are required to attend one (your first) orientation.
Move-in day is a very busy and exciting day! Students have a set move-in date depending on the program in which they are enrolled. Please visit your course page for the specific details.
If you are driving to campus, please follow these steps:
- Residential students must check in to receive their SUID card, room key and other important information. They must then attend the mandatory Student Orientation.
- Commuter students must check in to receive their SUID card and other important information. They must then attend the mandatory Student Orientation.
After residential students check in, they may move into their room and meet their roommate.
When making travel arrangements, make sure to pay close attention to your Orientation Schedule and your program’s final commitment. Unless noted otherwise, programs conclude at 4 p.m. on the last Friday of class.
Syracuse is located in the heart of central New York State. It has a metropolitan population of approximately 663,000 and is the economic and education hub of the region. Central New York residents are helpful and accustomed to interacting with the large number of international and visiting students who make their home at Syracuse University.