Syracuse University welcomes your spouse/partner and/or children to campus. There are various resources on campus and in the community to help your family adapt to life in Syracuse.
Syracuse University Early Education and Child Care Center (EECCCC)
This program offers you a full day care program for your children. SU’s EECCC partners with the Graduate Student Organization to offer you a sliding fee schedule based on your combined family income. Please call (315) 443-4482 or visit their website for more information.
Bernice M. Wright Nursery School
This high-quality, developmentally appropriate, inclusive early childhood education program offers part-time services for children aged 2-5. The Bernice M. Wright Nursery School was founded in 1970 through the joint efforts of SU students, who were parents of young children, and the College for Human Development (now the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics). Please call (315) 443-2471 or visit their website for more information.
All spouses, domestic partners, and dependents may use SU’s fitness facilities by presenting a valid SU ID Card, which can be obtained from ID Card Services located at 204 Steele Hall. For more information, visit the Recreation Services website.
Psychological Services Center
The Psychological Services Center specializes in the assessment and treatment of a variety of psychological problems in adults and adolescents, including mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, relationship problems, work stress, and academic difficulties. The office also evaluates and treats attention, learning, and behavior problems in children. The Psychological Services Center serves SU students and employees, as well as residents of the larger Syracuse community. The office will work with individuals, couples, and families.