In July, Syracuse University announced the beginning of a comprehensive review of its student housing to better understand residential options and determine future needs in support of enriching the student experience.
A committee was formed, with representatives from the Division of Business, Finance and Administrative Services (BFAS), the Office of the Provost and the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience (ESE) for the purpose of assessing the University’s existing housing portfolio to gauge how its residential spaces aligned with the University’s vision, mission and priorities.
The committee met several times over the summer months. Through its engagement with an expansive group of stakeholders— including University leaders, deans and other staff members— the committee’s scope has evolved to include the residential needs of graduate students, post-traditional students and students enrolled in online programs.
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