Academics

We are here to provide you with an inclusive learning environment and additional support to help you thrive as a global student. We are not only committed to the Syracuse tradition of excellence in scholarship, but also to offering new learning experiences in the classroom and around the city.

The courses at SU London are designed to make as much use as possible of London’s unique resources and opportunities, integrating them whenever possible into the curriculum, be it through class visits, guest speakers or case studies. An extensive selection of liberal arts and pre-professional courses is offered each semester, ranging from survey courses in fields such as art history, politics and sociology to highly specialized courses in design, photojournalism and architecture.

If you have questions about:

Add/drop, pass/fail, academic and financial deadlines: See the Registrar, Eugenia Francis, in the Program Office, SR 101

Your courses: See the Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning, Dr. Meghan Callahan, in the Program Office, SR 101

Learning disability support: Bring your documentation to the Registrar, Eugenia Francis, in the Program Office, SR 101

Course related field trips: See the Academic Excellence Coordinator, Jovita Adom, in the Program Office, SR 101
Please note that course-related field trips are mandatory to attend and some may take place over the weekend. Thus, please do not make travel plans before you arrive in London and see your course outlines, otherwise you might need to rearrange your personal travel plans as course-related field trips take precedence.

Internships: See the Community Engagement Officer, Olivia Compton, in the Program Office, SR 101

Independent study: See the Registrar, Eugenia Francis, or the Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning, Dr. Meghan Callahan, in the Program Office, SR 101

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