Upcoming CDR, Campus Events, and Related Opportunities!

Are you interested in Disability Advocacy? Consider joining Delta Alpha Pi! CDR’s Honor Society and Apply here!

Undergraduate Students must have a 3.0 or better GPA and at least 24 credits completed to be eligible.

Graduate Students must have a 3.3 or better GPA and at least 18 credits completed to be eligible.

’Cuse Activities

The ’Cuse Activities portal includes information about all our recognized student organizations and their events. This portal is also home to workshops, events and activities hosted by the Office of Student Activities.

Orange After Dark

Offering signature late-night experiences, the Orange After Dark calendar includes events like trivia nights, movie screenings, mini-golf, laser tag and cosmic bowling.

University Events Calendar

The University Events Calendar includes academic, social, leadership, cultural and professional events happening across campus. You can also search the calendar for specific school, college or department activities.

·         Student Experience Events

·         Hendricks Chapel Events

Wellness Portal

The recreation and fitness areas of the Barnes Center at The Arch and the Ernie Davis Fitness Center are now open! Students can use the Wellness Portal to access schedules and make reservations for cardio equipment, weight machines, the indoor track, group exercise classes, weekend adventure day trips, the climbing wall, the Esports room and more. Please note: reservations are required.


Apply to be a peer mentor!
Currently, we are looking for peer mentors for the Access Mentoring program. We are looking for juniors or seniors who self-identify as disabled, or identify as having a disability, who are interested in supporting other students with disabilities. Mentors will receive training during the second half of Fall Semester and begin peer-mentoring in the Spring.

Information and application for potential mentees will be sent out in two weeks.

Access Mentoring is a new program for undergraduate students launching through the Disability Cultural Center. The program will serve both self-identified disabled students and students who may not identify as disabled, but who have access or accommodation needs. Services include 1:1 and group peer mentoring activities, workshops, social and cultural events, leadership opportunities, and academic guidance. Mentors are third and fourth-year Syracuse University undergraduate students who self identify as disabled. Mentors receive training on mentorship, disability culture and identity, and professional development.

Please contact Jennith Lucas (, Disability Cultural Center Access Mentoring Coordinator, with any questions.

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