Academic Resources

These academic resources are available to help you achieve success in your graduate program:

  • Subject-area librarians: Syracuse University Libraries are staffed with subject specialists knowledgeable in the most useful library tools and holdings for your field of study. They are an invaluable resource for success in your program.
  • Writing Center/Graduate Editing Center: The Syracuse University Writing Center serves both undergraduate and graduate students. Writing consultants are available to work with you at any stage of your writing process. Graduate students may also make use of the Graduate Editing Center (GEC), which provides free editing and proofreading services.
  • Center for Disability Resources (CDR): The mission of the CDR is to engage the University Community to empower students, enhance equity and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion.
  • Information and Technology Services: ITS provides services, training, applications, and infrastructure to support your technology needs as a student, teacher, and researcher.