SCOPE (the South Campus Organization for Programming Excellence) is the leadership organization for the students on South Campus. Currently, we are looking for applicants for neighborhood representatives, and have a vacancy in our Vice President for Administration position on the Executive Board. For more information regarding getting involved with SCOPE, contact Senior Vice President Queen Chambliss at email@example.com.
Join the Office of Residence Life on South Campus for monthly sessions of SCTalks!
Held via the @SU_South Twitter account using the "#SCTalks" hashtag, the Office of Resdience Life will be featuring a variety of South Campus hot topics during September, October and November. This is your chance to provide live, real time feedback on imporant topics that affect your everyday life while chatting with us via Twitter!
Follow us on Twitter at @SU_South, like us on facebook, and watch your email for upcoming SCTalks sessions! Questions? Contact Eric Nestor or Erica Moore at the Office of Resdience Life, South Campus at 315-443-3893 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!
Welcome to your South Campus Apartment! As you settle into your apartment, there is a lot to think about. Who is going to take out the trash? Are you sharing food with your apartmentmates? What about buying food and toilet paper? Who is cleaning the bathroom?
In order to help you through questions like these, the South Campus Office of Residence Life has developed an Apartment Living Agreement. Find the form here.
Click HERE to view the South Campus bus schedule. Follow the link below to view all Syracuse University Campus and and Connective Corridor schedules.
Living in an apartment is different from a residence hall, huh?
Find out how to do your laundry, get cooking tips, live with a roommate, and more from these programs provided by the Office of Residence Life on South Campus! Watch for more information.
Experiencing issues with noise on South Campus? Submit the information regarding your concern to the Office of Residence Life by filling out our noise complaint form.
For immediate assistance, please call the Department of Public Safety at 315-443-2224.
STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.
College can be stressful, both mentally and physically, so it's important to nuture your whole health. Click the link below to access "liveU," SU's student-centered health and wellness website with informative articles, lively features and helpful tips on keeping college life in balance. Live college well at liveU!