Here are some links of interest:
Wear your favorite orange gear in support of the SU community every Wednesday this semester. The WOW campaign will feature different themed challenges each month, all featuring an opportunity for SU students to show us how you WOW!
The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.
STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.
Get ready for the new semester! Here's a list of things you should do to make sure you don't get behind and keep your apartment clean:
1. Split up cleaning between you and your roommate(s).
2. Make sure to take out the garbage once a week. People are starting to get fined for leaving them outside the apartment building.
3. Keep all your keys in a safe place that won't get lost. If you do lose your key, you can call Goldstein Student Center at 315-443-1990 or go to Goldstein 210 Monday-Friday between the hours of 9am and 6pm. Otherwise, you need to call DPS at 315-443-2224, to get you back in.
4. Make sure you follow all of the safety rules for living on South Campus (i.e. no candles, keep the smoke detectors uncovered, no alcohol or alcohol paraphernalia under 21, no multiheaded lamps, etc.).
5. Figure out your schedule so that you make time to get all your work done.
6. For those of you who are sophomores and juniors, you can start thinking about making time to apply for summer internships. Visiting Career Services is an excellent way to get started and ask for help.
7. Don't forget to enjoy yourself and make time to relax! Good luck this semester!
The Division of Student Affairs, in collaboration with University Union, will again be hosting free midnight movies on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the spring semester. The Midnight Movies series includes free movies, free popcorn and free soda for attendees. The doors open at 11:30 p.m. and movies will begin at midnight in Gifford Auditorium.
The Midnight Movies series begins this Friday and Saturday with screenings of "Gone Girl" and "Dumb and Dumber To." The full schedule of movie screenings is as follows:
Jan. 24—The Judge
Jan. 30—Dear White People
Jan. 31—The Equalizer
Feb. 6—Mockingjay: Part 1 – Hunger Games
Feb. 7—The Theory of Everything
Feb. 13—The Best of Me
Feb. 14—Horrible Bosses 2
Feb. 21—St. Vincent
Feb. 27—Top 5
March 20—Big Hero 6
March 21—The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies
March 27—Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
March 28—Inherent Vice
April 4—American Sniper
April 10—The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
April 17—Hot Tub Time Machine 2
April 18—The Wedding Ringer
April 24—50 Shades of Grey
April 25—50 Shades of Grey
Find your passion through interactive workshops, guest speakers, and networking opportunities at the Passion Retreat on February 27-28 at White Eagle in Hamilton, NY. The Office of Residence Life invites you to submit an application by 9AM on February 9, 2015 to be considered for this free opportunity.
Applications can be found at: http://tinyurl.com/ORL-PR
Check out the bus schedule for South Campus! Click HERE or follow the link below:
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.
Follow our new mascot Lil'O around South Campus!
The Office of Residence's Lifes Residential Policices reflect the rights and responsibilities of all Syracuse University SUNY-ESF residential students. Violation of these policies will result in meeting with the Residence Life staff and/or the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and may result in an educational and/or disciplinary sanction.
CLICK HERE to view these policies.
Subject to prior discussion with, and the express approval of all roommates, a student may host an overnight guest. In the interests of the rights of roommates other residents, there are limits to the duration and frequency of such visits. Further the resident host is responsible for the behavior of their guest. Please read the Office of Residence Life Guest Policy thoroughly before registering your guest.