Checklist for Accepted Students
Steps to Confirm Your Acceptance
- Activate your Syracuse University NETID
- Submit your Seat Deposit of $100 by due date listed on your admissions letter
- Submit Commitment to Register Form
- Complete Residency Registration Form
- Submit Final Degree-Bearing Transcript
- Activate your University email account
- Submit your photo for your student ID card
Financial Aid Checklist
- Apply for Financial Aid
- Calculate your anticipated expenses with the online budget calculator
- Apply to Outside Scholarship opportunities – this database is updated weekly
- LAW 601 (taught by Professor Aliza Milner and Professor Margaret Harding)
- Please check SU Bookstore, as each professor requires different materials.
- Please check your enrollment on Myslice for the Rules Supplement required by your professor
- LAW 693: Legal Foundations (taught by Professor Shannon Gardner)
- An Introduction to the Legal System of the United States (Fourth Edition) by Allan Farnsworth ISBN:9780199733101
- LAW 608: Torts (taught by Professor Nina Kohn)
- Torts by Weaver, et al (2018 edition; bound version) ISBN: 9781531009779
View Your Schedule & Account Holds
MySlice Information Guide
MySlice is Syracuse University’s online portal to critical information resources for applicants, students, faculty, and staff. You will need your NetID and password to log in.
Viewing your class schedule in MySlice
- After logging into MySlice, locate the “Student Services” section; under the “Enrollment” heading, choose “view my class schedule”
- Select “Fall 2020” and click “Continue”
- Your course selections for Fall 2020 will be registered by the Office of Online Education, after completing a survey mid-July.
Viewing account holds in MySlice
- After logging into MySlice, locate the “Student Services” section; under the “Finances” heading, choose “View Holds”
- If there are any holds on your account, a list will appear stating what the hold is and what department to contact to resolve the issue
- August 2020 Residency for Class of 2024
- August 2020 Advanced Legal Topics Residency (Held Virtually) for Classes of 2022/2023
- International Students: submit proof of financial support for an I-20 student visa document to be issued
Meet Your Professors!
Get to Know the College of Law
- Schedule a visit
- Attend an Alumni Reception: admitted students are welcome to join our alumni at off-campus receptions
It’s Swag Time!