Each program of study has specific tuition deposit information. The list below outlines program requirements and deadlines, and if you have additional questions please contact us.  If your program requires the advance tuition deposit, the tuition deposit form can be found here. The tuition deposit is not required for limited residency distance learning programs.

 

School of Architecture

M.Arch.I and M.Arch.II (Syracuse) Programs
The School of Architecture determines when the tuition deposit is due for these programs. If after reviewing the information that you have received from the School you are unsure about the due date, contact Speranza Migliore (smiglior@syr.edu or 315-443-1041). Remember to include your Intent to Register Form to the Office of Enrollment Management with your tuition deposit.

College of Arts and Sciences

Only two graduate programs in the College of Arts and Sciences requires a tuition deposit. Applicants admitted to any other graduate program in the College should return the Intent to Register form to the Office of Enrollment Management as soon as they have determined whether or not they will attend SU.

Speech-Language Pathology, M.S. Program
Doctor of Audiology, Au.D. Program

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders determines when the tuition deposit is due for this program. If after reviewing the information that you have received from the department you are unsure about the due date, contact Jennifer Steigerwald (jssteige@syr.edu or 315-443-9615). Remember to include your Intent to Register Form to the Office of Enrollment Management with your tuition deposit.

College of Engineering and Computer Science

All Master’s Programs
M.S. Applicants admitted for the fall semester who wish to attend must submit the tuition deposit. Questions may be directed to the College of Engineering & Computer Science at 315-443-2219 or topgrads@syr.edu. Please remember to include your Intent to Register Form to the Office of Enrollment Management with your tuition deposit.

All Doctoral Programs
Applicants admitted to doctoral programs in the College need not submit a deposit. They should return the Intent to Register form to the Office of Enrollment Management as soon as they have determined whether or not they will attend SU.

David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics

Nutrition Science Master’s
Applicants admitted for any semester who wish to attend must submit the tuition deposit.  Questions may be directed to the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics at 315-443-5555 or falk@syr.edu. Remember to include your Intent to Register Form to the Office of Enrollment Management with your tuition deposit.

No other graduate program in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics requires a tuition deposit. Applicants admitted to any other graduate program in the College should return the Intent to Register form to the Office of Enrollment Management as soon as they have determined whether or not they will attend SU.

School of Information Studies

All Master’s Programs
Applicants admitted to any master’s program who wish to attend must submit their tuition deposits by May 1. Questions about this may be directed to Ms. Bridget Crary (bmcrary@syr.edu, 315-443-2911). Master’s students must return the Intent to Register form to the Office of Enrollment Management with the deposit.

All Doctoral Programs  Applicants admitted to the doctoral program in the School need not submit a deposit. They should return the Intent to Register form to the Office of Enrollment Management as soon as they have determined whether or not they will attend SU.

Whitman School of Management

All Graduate Programs
Applicants admitted to a master’s program in the Whitman School should consult the admissions communications that they have received to determine whether they are expected to submit a deposit and, if so, when. Admitted applicants may direct questions in this regard to Shannon Hiemstra (srhiemst@syr.edu or 315-443-9214). Applicants admitted to the doctoral program in the Whitman School need not submit a deposit.

Admitted students in both the master’s and doctoral degree programs should return the Intent to Register form to Shannon Hiemstra as soon as they have determined whether or not they will attend SU.

Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

Applicants admitted to these programs must submit the tuition deposit along with the Intent to Register form (included with the official admission letter) to the Office of Enrollment Management by May 1.

A non-refundable $500 advance tuition deposit is required for students accepting their admission to the Master of Public Administration (MPA) or Master of Arts in International Relations (MA IR) programs.  Those accepting admission to the joint  M.P.A. / M.A. International Relations program only need to provide one deposit of $500.  An advanced tuition deposit is NOT required for students admitted through Executive Education for either of the Executive Degrees in PA or IR.

Newhouse School of Public Communications

All Master’s Programs (excluding Communications Management, M.S. Independent Study)
Applicants admitted for summer or fall to any master’s program who wish to attend must submit the tuition deposit by April 15. Questions about this may be directed to the Graduate Records Office at pcgrad@syr.edu, 315-443-4039). They should return the Intent to Register form to Newhouse as soon as they have determined whether or not they will attend SU.

Applicants admitted to the doctoral program need not submit a deposit. They should return the Intent to Register form to the Office of Enrollment Management as soon as they have determined whether or not they will attend SU.

 

Note: Your offer of admission will become void if the tuition deposit has not been received by the deadlines indicated. Payment should be in the form of a check or money order payable to Syracuse University. International students may check here for further payment information. When you enroll for the semester for which you have been admitted your deposit will be credited to your Bursar account as an advance tuition payment. The deposit is not refunded if you do not enroll.