The Disability Cultural Center (DCC) will host its annual Open House Friday, Oct. 19, from 1 to 5 p.m. at 230 Schine Student Center. The event will conclude with a gathering to watch and discuss “Hannah Gadsby: Nanette,” which is…
Message Regarding Attack in Nice, France
Syracuse University, both on the Main Campus and at its international learning centers, sends its thoughts and prayers to the victims and all those impacted by yesterday’s tragic attack in Nice, France.
SU Abroad, in partnership with its overseas directors and partners, have confirmed the location, safety and well-being of all University students, faculty and staff traveling in France and in neighboring countries in Europe on SU Abroad programs.
It’s important to note that SU Abroad summer sessions in Madrid, Florence and Strasbourg have all concluded for the summer. The University, however, has some faculty-led programs still underway in Paris, Geneva, Bologna and Brussels, and have confirmed that all students and staff are safe and accounted for.
SU Abroad monitors travel conditions daily and is constantly reviewing State Department and International SOS travel guidance.
Faculty, staff and students traveling abroad are reminded to be aware of their surroundings and thoughtful about their own personal safety, to plan their itinerary with safety in mind, and to refer to the U.S. State Department and ISOS for security updates.