The New York City metro area is home to Syracuse University’s greatest number of alumni, with nearly 8,000 alumni from the Martin J. Whitman School of Management and a far-reaching base of nearly 50,000 alumni from the University at large. Students and graduates from the on-campus and online MBA programs are part of a community of experts working for NYC-based nonprofits, start-ups, and major corporations such as JPMorgan Chase and Co.
Featured Syracuse Alumna in New York City: Marissa Danzy
Hailing from Arverne, New York, a neighborhood in Queens, MBA@Syracuse alumna Marissa Danzy is an assistant director of engineering and energy, plant operations at North Shore University Hospital, Northwell Health’s flagship hospital. Her background is in engineering, and she is a licensed Merchant Mariner with the U.S. Coast Guard. She chose MBA@Syracuse to move up in her field and to take advantage of networking opportunities with Syracuse alumni in New York City and worldwide.
Big Apple Orange was founded in 2008 to connect the extensive Syracuse University presence in New York City. This active NYC club for all Syracuse alumni strives to bring the spirit of “The Hill” to the five boroughs. Past events have included football and basketball watch parties, visiting university speakers, gallery receptions, trivia nights, new grad happy hours, and a variety of other activities.
New York Advisory Groups
Three organized groups of volunteers—the Metro New York Leadership Council, Generation Orange Alumni Leadership Society of New York, and Parents Executive Committee—partner with Syracuse University’s New York City staff to amplify Syracuse’s reach in the greater NYC area. They help the University strengthen its philanthropic base, assist in recruiting local students, expand career networking opportunities for local alumni and recent grads, create alumni events, and develop academic programming in New York City.
Lubin House is home base for Syracuse University’s New York City operations. The house is located near such landmarks as Central Park, The Pierre Hotel, and Barney’s New York. Lubin House offers a wide array of programs and events, including alumni gatherings, industry discussion panels, and art exhibits. Many of Syracuse’s academic programs utilize this NYC headquarters while professors and student groups are in the area.
Earn a Syracuse MBA While Living in New York City
Learn more about Syracuse’s online MBA program and how you can advance your career without having to relocate or put your career on hold.