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Office of Student Services
300 MacNaughton Hall
Syracuse, NY 13244
Falk College Dean's List
Congratulations to Falk College students who have been named to the Dean’s List. Students receive this certificate of achievement when they have achieved a minimum of a 3.4 semester grade point average and have earned at least 12 credit hours of course work.
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Welcome to the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics at Syracuse University
The Office of Student Services strives to provide a caring, comfortable and confidential environment where students can discuss academic, social and/or emotional concerns. In addition, we provide advising for undeclared students and track all requirements for degree completion.
General Support Services
Our department uses a strength-based advising and counseling approach when working with students so we listen to your concerns, identify your strengths and challenges and work towards positive solutions. We like to take a proactive (rather than reactive) approach to situations, both academic and personal, so we prefer to see students when their concerns first arise so we can work on solutions before a crisis occurs or things are “too far gone” to make an impact in the semester.
Typical issues that students talk to us about are:
- Concerns with their classes/grades
- Time management (fitting everything in and developing a balanced schedule for school and play)
- Study and learning strategies
- Learning disabilities (whether already diagnosed or suspected)
- Relationship issues (roommates, friendships, romantic and parental)
- Depression and anxiety
- Drug and Alcohol Issues
- Sexual and Gender Orientation issues
- Getting connected and making friends on campus
- Lifestyle concerns (sleeping, eating, developing routines, etc.)
- Health issues (personal and/or family)
We also collaborate with many other resources on campus and may connect you to them if it would be helpful for your particular concerns (see Campus Resources
Congratulations Class of 2015
Falk College celebrated the Class of 2015 and its accomplishments on Saturday, May 9 at Manley Field House. Falk College’s Class of 2015—now our newest alumni—included 312 undergraduates, 142 master’s candidates and 27 students earning Certificates of Advanced Study. Four Ph.D. students received their hoods. Student speakers included a graduate student reflection by Ethan Lewis (Social Work) and remarks from Falk College undergraduate marshals Aziza Mustefa (Public Health) and Sam Rodgers (Nutrition).
Student Services Moves to MacNaughton Hall
As of March 11, Falk College’s Office of Student Services has relocated to 300 MacNaughton Hall, which is part of the new Falk Complex connected to White Hall. The College’s phased move began in January 2015 and will continue through the Fall semester.
Falk College announces classes for 2015 summer sessions
Beginning with Maymester and spanning Summer Session I and II, Falk College will offer numerous courses for students on campus, as well as some online.
Tatiana Williams ’16 named Senior Class Marshal
Tatiana Williams, a social work major with a minor in psychology, was announced as one of two Syracuse University Senior Class Marshals who will represent the Class of 2016.
2015 College, Department Marshals Named in Falk College
Congratulations to the 2015 Falk College Department Marshals who will be leading their fellow students (and carrying their department’s banner) during the Falk Convocation student procession in May. Falk College Department Marshals are chosen based on their academic achievements and service to their departments and the college. The Falk College Marshals, Sam Rodgers (Nutrition) and Aziza Mustefa (Public Health) will be leading the entire Falk College student procession during our Convocation on Saturday and the Commencement Event in the Dome on Sunday.
|Falk College Marshals|
|Aziza Mustefa||Public Health|
|Undergraduate Department Marshals|
|Francheska Bravo||Child & Family Studies|
|Will Fancher||Nutrition Science|
|Lisa Cianciotta||Public Health|
|Leah Elsbeck||Social Work|
|Scott Kevy||Sport Management|
|Graduate Department Marshals|
|Rachel Linsner||Child & Family Studies|
|Codina Haselmayer||Marriage & Family Therapy|
|Anna Riverso||Nutrition Science|
|Nicole Schwartz||Public Health|
|Ethan Lewis||Social Work|
|Justin Brown||Sport Management|
Class of 2015: Convocation & Commencement Info.
Plans for the Falk College Convocation and SU Commencement are well underway. Be sure to mark your calendars with the dates below. Please check back for important on-going information for the Class of 2015, including how seniors can submit their photo memories from their time at SU for the Falk College’s traditional student slide show presented during Convocation.
Falk College Convocation
Saturday, May 9, 4:00 p.m., Manley Field House
Sunday, May 10, 9:30 a.m., Carrier Dome
How to Get Good Grades in College
Would you like help getting organized, managing your time, reducing test anxiety, and improving your note-taking, reading comprehension, study and test-taking skills? These important skills help students be more successful in their classes and puts them on track to get good grades in college. The Falk College Office of Student Services would like to introduce its students to the perfect online resource:
How to Get Good Grades in College covers all of the above topics and more! To access this very valuable resource, follow these 3 easy steps:
(1) Click Here
(2) Enter the following information:
(3) Then click on How To Get Good Grades in College and it will open the online booklet for you
Read the whole booklet or just select the areas of interest. Get started today. You can go back and login whenever you would like, as this resource is there for you whenever you need it. For more questions contact Malissa Monaghan, Academic Counselor, Falk College Student Services Office.
Falk College Office of Student Services
Dr. Renie Kehres serves as the Associate Dean of Student Services in the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics.
Understanding EMDR Therapy and Its Applications: Treatment for Trauma
Thursday, May 28th
Peck Hall, 601 East Genesee St.
Learn more about EMDR
Register to attend
A Social Work Perspective: What's Correct in Corrections?
Thursday, June 18th
103 Peck Hall, 601 East Genesee St.
BMW Child Development Lab School now accepting applications for 2015-16 academic year
Spaces are available in the toddler and preschool classrooms.