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Earn your associate, bachelor's, or master's degree part-time! University College is the home to Syracuse University's part-time and summer students. Depending on the program, courses are available on campus (during the day or evening) or through a variety of flexible course formats, including online, weekend, or condensed.

For a listing of programs offered and undergraduate degrees conferred, click here.

See how easy it is to Get Started as a part-time student through University College. Attend Education Days at UC where you can meet with academic and financial aid advisors. No time to visit? Call us at 315-443-3261, or send an e-mail to parttime@uc.syr.edu to speak with an advisor.

For matriculated nontraditional students working toward degrees, Syracuse University has a chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society aimed at recognizing the special achievements of adult students in higher education, [read more . . .]

International students can take intensive English language courses for academic or professional purposes through the English Language Institute.

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Call University College at 315-443-9378 or request more information online to get started on your part-time degree.

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Part-time students may qualify for financial aid. Financial aid resources include grants, scholarships, loans, and employment opportunities designed to help students meet college costs.

Individuals whose financial and educational backgrounds would prohibit them from regular admission to Syracuse University can apply through the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP).

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Every new University College part-time student is assigned to an academic advisor to plan and discuss their academic plan.

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All new and returning UC graduate and undergraduate students can use our enhanced online registration.

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