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Syracuse OnCampus

Syracuse OnCampus
Syracuse University
Syracuse OnCampus
307 Huntington Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244
Program Contact Yusuf Bailey Soule, On Campus Coodinator
Program Contact Email
Phone 315.443.9683
Website Program website

OnCampus, part of the InclusiveU initiative at Syracuse University, is a program that allows Syracuse City School District public school students with significant intellectual and developmental disabilities between the ages of 18-21 and Syracuse University students to learn from each other through shared academic, work and social experiences.

Program information submitted: March 15, 2021

Public or private: Private
Type of school: 4-year college or university
Is this program a federally funded TPSID program? No
Students in this program: Are still enrolled in high school
Number of students: 11
School district or agency partner: Syracuse City School District
Contact person: Amy Evans
Program serves students who have left high school? No, all of our students are still in high school
Deadline to apply to this program: 3/1/2021
Criteria for admission
  • Age range: 18-21
Accepts out-of-state students? No
Please indicate which disabilities students in this program have:
  • Intellectual disability
  • Autism
  • OHI
Acceptance, Retention, and Completion Rates
Acceptance rate for the most recent fall term: 90.00%
Retention rate for first year students from the previous academic year to the current one: 100.00%
Notes on acceptance and attendance: 1 student returned to HS as he was not able to follow the College guidelines
Average student tuition and fees for the current school year: $0.00
Additional costs: $0.00
The University supplies space and supplies. All books are covered by the SCSD school district. All staffing 1 Teacher and 9 Teaching Assistants/ Mentors are supplied by the SCSD to support the SCSD students.
Is this program able to provide federal financial aid as a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP)? We are not a CTP, and have no plans to become one.
Students pay for the program in the following ways:
  • Local School District funds
Students enrolled in this program take the following types of inclusive courses (with students who don't have disabilities): Typical college courses for audit
More about course access: All classes are modified based on individual student needs. The office of Disabilities works with us to provide tools as needed: Audio books, testing mods, etc.
Students take courses that are only for students in this program: Yes
Information on special classes: depending on their concentration and area of interest
Credential(s) students earn upon completing the program: Non credit certificate in Liberal Arts if less than 5 courses
Is the credential approved by the college/university? Awarded by program, not officially recognized by the IHE
Percent of students in this program have paid work while attending the program: 0%
Other career development activities are:
  • Internships
  • Volunteer work
  • Community Service
Percent of students in this program that had paid work after exiting the program: 0%
Additional information about career development and work experience: Connected with ACCESS-VR counselors
Does this program have a working partnership with VR to provide funding, supports and/or services to students in the program? Yes
Housing is provided to students: No
Students participate in student organizations on campus: No