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Undergraduates Transferring to SU

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Welcome

Syracuse University has a history of enrolling students from diverse economic and social backgrounds.  Guided by our vision of Scholarship in Action, and the belief that an SU education should be available to any student whose performance and potential are a good fit, the University works closely with families to build a partnership to make SU affordable.  We work hard to make transferring to Syracuse University a seamless transition. 

Jacki Collins is the financial aid transfer coordinator in our office that assists students making their transition to SU.  Jacki can answer your questions regarding financial aid and the application process.  She can help determine an estimate of your financial aid package. Jacki can be reached via email finaidt1@syr.edu or by telephone to (315) 443-1513.


Applying for Financial Aid

Syracuse University offers financial aid in the form of need-based grants, and student employment, as well as student and parent educational loans. For details on filing for financial aid, the types of financial aid available, and to view helpful timelines, click here.

To apply for federal financial aid, students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). School Code 002882

Students wishing to apply for Syracuse University Grant must also file the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE. School Code 2823


Academic Merit Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded to students only at the time of admission to recognize prior academic achievement. Scholarships are awarded regardless of financial need. Students do not need to apply for financial aid to be considered for scholarships. For information on SU Scholarships, see our web page.


Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships

Syracuse University provides a $2,000 Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship to transfer students who are members in good standing of this fraternity at their junior or community college.  More information about this scholarship is available on our scholarship page.

OCC 2 + 2

To learn more about the 2 + 2 Program with Onondaga Community College click here.

Syracuse City School District Say Yes

If you attended high school in the Syracuse City School District, you may qualify for the Say Yes to Education Program.  Click here for more information.

Transfer Student Net Price Calculator

Use our Net Price Calculator to estimate financial aid eligibility. Click here to get started.

Transfer Student Resources

Check out the Transfer Student Resource page that lists departments and resources helpful for transfer students.