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The Syracuse campus has a high crime rate compared to other parts of the city, but most of these crimes aren’t serious (violent) crimes. If you look at the reports, you will probably see incidents stemming from parties or minor crimes like petty theft. Living on-campus is safe, as any of the students could tell you. As for neighboring communities, you don’t need to give them the benefit of the doubt; Eastside (directly east of campus) is one of the top-five safest parts of Syracuse, and Downtown to the northeast of campus is arguably the safest. If you’re looking to live off-campus, I would look in these areas. Or, the neighborhoods near Le Moyne College to the east are generally safe as well.

 
 
Recreation

Recreation

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Syracuse is terribly cold in the winter, with temperatures below freezing nearly every day. Despite this, there aren’t many college campuses that are more fun in the winter than Syracuse’s. Much of this is because the school has one of the best Division I basketball teams in the country, and the team receives incredible support from students. Instead of staying in their dorms or apartments to stay warm or study, students always come out in droves for games and party hard after significant victories. And when the team advances deep into March Madness, the campus goes into a frenzy. Even if you don’t follow sports, you will love the energetic atmosphere when the teams are doing well (other Division I sports also have a strong following here). The school is just a mile away from downtown Syracuse, which offers a lot for students to do as well.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 1 Bed $265 N Euclid Ave/W Comstock Ave, Syracuse, NY March 24th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,349 150 Henry Street, Syracuse, NY March 23rd
thumbnail 1 Bed $300 423 Euclid Avenue, Syracuse, NY March 23rd
thumbnail 1 Bed $585 858 Sumner Ave, Syracuse, NY March 22nd
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,275 519 - 521 Clarendon Street, Syracuse, NY March 23rd
thumbnail 0 - 3 Bed $500 - $800 126 Jamesville Avenue, Syracuse, NY March 20th
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,500 825-827 Westcott Street, Syracuse, NY March 23rd
thumbnail 3 Bed $1,200 1117 - 1119 Lancaster Avenue, Syracuse, NY March 23rd
thumbnail 0 - 3 Bed $725 - $1,800 50 Presidential Plaza, Syracuse, NY March 20th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $542 - $624 0.79 miles from Syracuse University June 13th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Two $545 - $615
One - Three $1,000 - $1,549
One - Four $350 - $400
One - Two $1,060 - $1,985
One - Three $1,150 - $2,700
One - Three $643 - $942
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