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    How to get involved with Syracuse University in New York City

    October 16, 2013

    Whether you are a recent graduate, new to New York City or looking to enhance your personal or professional network, there are many ways you can stay involved with SU after you graduate.

    The first step in keeping in touch with SU in New York City is updating your address. If you switch apartments, move to a new city or get a new job we won’t be able to invite you to our events unless we know where you currently reside. 

    Fill out this easy-to-update form:

    Joseph I. Lubin House

    Lubin House is SU’s home away from home in New York City. Located in Midtown Manhattan, the Lubin House serves as an academic facility, admissions office and venue for University related alumni and donor events. 
    Events for alumni include gallery openings, panel discussions and networking receptions. The Palitz Gallery, which is located on the second floor of Lubin House, runs exhibits from August-June that are free and open to the public.

    For more information please visit 


    Lubin House
    11 East 61st Street
    Between Fifth and Madison Avenues
    New York City 10065

    Generation Orange

    If you’ve graduated from SU within the last ten years, you are part of the bold and spirited group known as Generation Orange! SU hosts specific programs and events in NYC for Generation Orange, including professional development workshops, college-to-NYC transitional programs, industry-specific networking nights, and signature experiences to showcase the breadth and depth of the SU network across NYC.

    For more information please visit the Generation Orange website.


    Big Apple Orange

    Big Apple Orange is the Official Alumni Club of New York City. Completely run by alumni volunteers, BAO plans and hosts events for Syracuse Alumni in the New York Metropolitan area. Big Apple Orange is responsible for organizing SU Athletics game watching events held throughout the City as well as charity opportunities and other types of networking events.

    For more information or to become a member, you can visit



    Like Big Apple Orange, the WhitmanNYC Alumni Club is also completely run by New York City area alumni volunteers. The club focuses on providing networking and business opportunities, social events and a speaker series held at the Lubin House.  All SU alums are welcome to join WhitmanNYC.

    For more information or to become a member, you can visit


    Latino Alumni Network of Syracuse University

    LANSU is the Latino Alumni Network of Syracuse University. Their mission is to increase the participation of Latino alumni in alumni activities while providing a connection with the students back on Campus.
    Run by the Office of Program Development, LANSU often holds programs, workshops and events at the Lubin House and throughout New York City

    For more information or to become a member, you can visit


    Nothern New Jersey Alumni Club

    SUNNJAC is the SU Alumni Club of Northern New Jersey. Their event calendar includes monthly B2B breakfasts, game watching events, going to the game and pre-game events any time The Orange play in the area, social events, service to the University and community service projects.

    For more information visit


    The Office of Alumni Relations

    The Office of Alumni Relations, located on campus, develops, coordinates and promotes programs for SU alumni throughout the country.  They work in tandem with the Syracuse University Alumni Association which helps to encourage graduates, students and friends to become personally involved and financially support University activities.

    For more information you can visit them at

    Office of Alumni Relations
    Syracuse University
    401 University Place
    Syracuse, New York 13244-3020
    Phone: 315-443-3258 or 800-782-5867 (SUALUMS)
    Fax: 315-443-5645