Work/life and wellness

Faculty members live full lives and it is sometimes challenging to manage everything in work and career. The Dual Career Network helps Syracuse University faculty and their families get settled in their new city. Faculty leaves may also be necessary for a variety of family circumstances, including the birth or adoption of a child. For more information, or for assistance navigating the myriad resources the University has to offer, please visit contact us.

General Resources

Review the human resources page, Benefits at a Glance, to learn more about benefits for faculty. Part-time faculty covered under the Syracuse University/Adjuncts United Collective Bargaining Agreement should review benefits available under the contract. The HR Forms website also includes important information.

Parking and Transit Services manages parking permits, event parking, shuttle transportation, and Syracuse University’s zipcar program.

Looking for help with child care? The Bernice M. Wright Child Development Lab School is a half-day developmentally-appropriate inclusive early childhood education program. The Early Education and Childcare Center provides a high-quality, responsive and developmentally-appropriate program for young children.

The Wellness Initiative provides learning opportunities, activities, programs and other resources to empower and encourage faculty and staff to make choices and changes that lead to a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Carebridge is Syracuse University’s provider for independent, confidential, local counseling services. Recreation Services operates eight fitness and recreation facilities on campus and provides a variety of programs, including fitness classes, sport clubs, and special programs to support the health and wellness of the Syracuse University community.

The Visit Syracuse website is a single destination for information about sports, arts, festivals, restaurants, and entertainment in the city of Syracuse.