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Holiday Inn Syracuse
441 Electronics Parkway
Liverpool NY 13088

Candlewood Suites Syracuse
6550 Baptist Way
Syracuse NY 13057

The Genesee Grande Hotel
1060 E Genesee St
Syracuse, NY, 13210

Parkview Hotel
713 E Genesee St
Syracuse, NY, 13210

Candlewood Suites Airport
5414 South Bay Road
Syracuse, NY 13212

Jefferson Clinton Hotel
416 S Clinton St
Syracuse, NY, 13202

Econo Lodge Dewitt
3400 Erie Blvd E
Dewitt, NY, 13214

Comfort Inn Syracuse
6491 Thompson Rd
Syracuse, NY, 13206

Maplewood Inn Syracuse
400 7th North St
Liverpool, NY, 13088

Quality Inn Liverpool
401 7th North St
Liverpool, NY, 13088

Howard Johnson East Syracuse
6590 Thompson Rd
Syracuse, NY, 13206

Doubletree Syracuse
6301 Route 298 East
East Syracuse, NY, 13057

Days Inn Syracuse University
6609 Thompson Rd
Syracuse, NY, 13206

Residence Inn By Marriott Syracuse
6420 Yorktown Cir
East Syracuse, NY, 13057

Courtyard By Marriott Syracuse
6415 Yorktown Cir
East Syracuse, NY, 13057


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About Syracuse University

Syracuse University, located in upstate New York, is sometimes referred to as 'Cuse or SU. A private research, higher education institution, Syracuse University maintains a relationship with the Methodist church. Highlighting a diverse array of buildings with styles ranging from modern to 19th and 20th century styles, Syracuse University is divided into thirteen unique schools, with subjects encompassing disparate fields such as library science, engineering, and business administration. Athletics are important at SU; their teams, referred to as the Orange, extend to include football, rowing, and hockey.

Syracuse University opened its doors in September 1871 in downtown Syracuse. George F. Comstock, who envisioned the school as a university on a hill, donated farmland for its campus. President Peck, the first head of Syracuse University, re-avowed the school's coeducational policy in his opening address. As a result, a large number of women enrolled, bringing the gender ratio to roughly even. Many of the extracurricular activities were open to both men and women. This spirit of coeducation can be linked to Genesee College, Syracuse University's predecessor, who educated notable suffragists like Belva Lockwood.

In the late 1880s, Syracuse University experienced a building boom as several buildings, constructed in the Romanesque style, were erected. These notable buildings continue to act as a symbol of Syracuse University and are affectionately known as the "Old Row". Syracuse University continued to attract talented students as its reputation increased. In particular, its courses in modern languages, architecture, and sciences brought the university renown. Just a few years after opening its door, Syracuse University designed the first undergraduate fine arts degree and first post graduate program. In the early twentieth century, a doctoral program was added to its educational roster. A journalism school was inaugurated in the 1930s.

Two men contributed greatly to Syracuse University's growth from a sleepy liberal arts school to preeminent university. Chancellor James Day and President of the Board of Trustees John Archbold both gave the university generous donations of time and money to transform it into the prestigious university it is today.

At the conclusion of World War II, the school began to metamorphose into a major research institution. The G.I. Bill and many returning soldiers anxious to get an education contributed to its enrollment growth. Extra branches were founded to serve the developing body of students. Research continued to be a mainstay of Syracuse University and in 1966, the school was admitted to the Association of American Universities.