Three women smiling for the camera; two are White, one is Black.


The Newhouse School is committed to creating a learning environment for our students that celebrates diversity both in and out of the classroom.

Newhouse has a standing Committee on Diversity made up of faculty, staff and a student representative. The committee's mission is to provide a sense of global community at the Newhouse School and to be a resource on multi-racial, cultural, ethnic and social issues.

The committee helps to ensure that diverse perspectives are reflected in Newhouse policies and planning, recruitment, curriculum, mentoring and training.

Syracuse University prides itself on a diverse campus. Minority students represent 24.8 percent of the total student population of 22,850. This includes 7.0 percent Black; 5.7 percent Asian; 8.6 percent Hispanic or Latino; 0.5 percent Native American and 2.9 percent of two or more races.*

Syracuse values diversity, is committed to inclusion and seeks to provide access for all people, including those with disabilities. More information about disability and accessibility at Syracuse University is available online.

*Figures from Fall 2019 Census