Upcoming events appear below as soon as they are confirmed.

Beating the Billy Goat Curse with Hits, Runs, and Data Analytics

June 01: CHICAGO - Beating the Billy Goat Curse with Hits, Runs, and Data Analytics 

58th Annual Syracuse University Alumni Club of Rochester Awards Banquet!

June 01: ROCHESTER - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Rochester is holding its 58th annual awards banquet, on Thursday night, June 1. Alumni, parents, donors, and friends of SU to join us for our banquet. Enjoy beverages, hors d’oeuvres, and dinner with us, then hear from Director of Athletics John Wildhack ’80, head football coach Dino Babers, and head women’s basketball coach Quentin Hillsman. Scott Pitoniak ’77, a nationally-renowned sports writer and author, will serve as emcee. We’ll present our Distinguished Alum Award to Jaime Saunders G’05, and we’ll honor our Fred Brightman Scholar-Athlete Award recipient. Net proceeds will benefit the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Rochester’s scholarship fund. Please RSVP by May 26. Sponsorship opportunities are available!

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Annual Board Meeting

June 03: CLEARWATER - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Tampa Bay is holding its annual board meeting at Panera Bread (2285 Ulmerton Rd.) in the restaurant's private room. We'll mingle starting at 9 a.m., with the meeting beginning promptly at 9:30 a.m. Breakfast will be served. We look forward to seeing you there!

Texas Rangers Game

June 03: DALLAS - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Dallas-Fort Worth invites you to join us for a night at the ballpark as the Texas Rangers host the Houston Astros in a Lone Star Series showdown! Enjoy discounted tickets and a Cole Hamels Superhero bobblehead giveaway while reconnecting with area alumni. First pitch is set for 6:15 p.m. at Globe Life Park (1000 Ballpark Way). Tickets, which are available for $45 (normally $56) must be purchased through Stephen Cothran with the Texas Rangers by noon on May 29. Email or call him at 817-622-7952. We hope to see you there!

SU Day at Citi Field

June 04: NEW YORK - Syracuse University in New York City is pleased to announce the return of SU Day at Citi Field as the New York Mets host the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday, June 4. Here is the ticket breakdown for this event, which since 2011 has attracted more than 1,000 Syracuse alumni, families, and friends to Citi Field. All ticket prices include fees and a game day SU Mets t-shirt. Buy your tickets TODAY.
-Promenade Outfield Seating (Upper Deck, Right Field), $27.
-Promenade "Stored Value" Ticket (Promenade Outfield Ticket with $30 credit loaded on to ticket to be used at any concession or merchandise stand accepting credit cards), $52.
-Big Apple Reserved Seating (Field Level, Center field next to the Home Run Apple), $56.
-Big Apple Reserved Seating "Stored Value" Ticket (Promenade Outfield Ticket with $30 credit loaded on to ticket to be used at any concession or merchandise stand accepting credit cards), $81.
-Porsche Party Suite: Luxury Suite in Right Field with indoor lounge and outdoor seating (includes food, soft drinks, beer, wine), $165.
-Round Trip Bus from Campus/Binghamton to Citi Field: approximate departure is 6:30 a.m., approximate return 10:30 p.m., $57.

Welcome to the City: New York City

June 08: NEW YORK - NYC-area Generation Orange alumni are invited to welcome 2017 grads to the city at a gathering hosted by the Syracuse University Alumni Club of NYC (Big Apple Orange) and the Generation Orange Leadership Council at Beer Authority (300 West 40th St.) at 6 p.m. Cost is free. Click here to register.

Welcome to the City: Washington, DC

June 08: WASHINGTON - D.C.-area alumni are invited to welcome 2017 grads to the city at a gathering hosted by the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Washington, D.C. and the Generation Orange Leadership Council at Mission (1606 20th St., NW) starting at 6 p.m. Cost is free. Click here to register

Welcome to the City: Los Angeles

June 10: LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles-area Generation Orange alumni are invited to welcome 2017 grads to the city at a gathering hosted by the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Southern California (SoCalOrange) and the Generation Orange Leadership Council at Syracuse University Los Angeles (4312 Woodman Ave., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423) at 2 p.m. Cost is free. Click here to register.

Picnic and Portland Pickles Baseball Outing

June 11: PORTLAND -Stumptown Orange, the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Portland, is joining other Atlantic Coast Conference alumni clubs in showing off their school spirit during the All-ACC Pickle-nic, a combination picnic and baseball game outing! Bring something to eat (we’ll have a barbecue available), a chair, and the beverage of your choice as we catch up at our picnic at 3 p.m. at picnic area "A" at Lents Park (SE 92nd Ave.). We’ll then head over to Walker Stadium at Lents Park (SE 92nd Ave. and Holgate Blvd.) to watch the Portland Pickles (made up of college baseball players from around the country) take on the Chico Heat in a Great West League game. Baseball tickets start at $7. For more information, or to RSVP, contact Ken Kane ’75 or call 503.522.9997.

2017 Mirror Awards

June 13: NEW YORK CITY - 2017 Mirror Awards, honoring excellence in media industry reporting.

Tallahassee Networking Night

June 13: TALLAHASSEE- The Syracuse University Alumni Association invites you to join us for a Networking Night. We’ll provide great appetizers, and drinks will be available for purchase. Expand your Orange Network with fellow alumni. We hope to see you there! 

Annual Membership Meeting

June 13: SYRACUSE - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Central New York invites alumni to our annual membership meeting, from 5:30-7 p.m. We’ll gather on campus in SU’s MakerSpace in the basement of Kimmel Hall (the old Jabberwocky!) at 311 Waverly Ave. Enjoy complimentary refreshments and a tour of MakerSpace, which features 3D printers, textile machines, milling equipment, and a laser engraver. We’ll also vote on our slate of candidates for election and re-election to the SU Alumni Club of CNY Board of Directors. Admission is free. Complimentary parking available in Marion lot (333 Waverly Ave.). Please RSVP with the number of people in your party. 

For Women Only: Trusts, Estates, and the Legal Documents

June 13: NEW YORK CITY - As you look to the future, join fellow alumnae, parents, and friends to learn what thought process should go into planning your estate. In this final of a three-part series on topics of financial interest to women, Lori Anne Douglass L’87, partner, Moses & Singer LLP; and Emilee K. Lawson Hatch L’08, partner, Bousquet Holstein PLLC, will focus on estate planning: Wills, Trusts, and other important documents we should all know about to ensure our wishes are met.

College of Law New York City Networking Reception

June 14: NEW YORK CITY - Syracuse University College of Law invites you to attend a complementary reception to meet and mingle with alumni. Join us and other NY based alumni for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Come meet our students and help them expand their professional networks. 

Welcome Home Party

June 15: STAMFORD - The Syracuse University Alumni Group of Westchester/Fairfield invites you to kick off the summer Orange-style with the Class of 2017. Join area alumni as we congratulate the newest Syracuse University graduates at our welcome home party! Enjoy appetizers and drink specials (available for purchase), and raise a toast to the Class of 2017 on a beautiful rooftop deck overlooking the Long Island Sound. We'll gather at the Sign of the Whale (6 Harbor Point Rd.). For more information, send us an email

Welcome to the City: Boston

June 15: BOSTON - Boston-area alumni are invited to welcome 2017 grads to the city at a gathering hosted by the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Boston and the Generation Orange Leadership Council at Tia’s (200 Atlantic Ave.) starting at 6 p.m. Cost is $10 and 2017 grads are welcome to attend for free. Click here to register.

Annual Alumni Club Meeting

June 22: DETROIT - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Michigan invites area alumni to join us for our annual club meeting, which is open to current club members and alumni who live or work in Michigan. The meeting, held at Burris Law, PLLC (300 River Place Dr., Suite 1775), is is a great opportunity for alumni to meet our elected officers and learn about the club’s upcoming events. Interested in joining? Fill out an application at our annual meeting … there’s no fee to join! The club is also seeking individuals interested in serving as a club officer. More information is available during the meeting. For more information, email the club

Hartford Yard Goats Game

June 29: HARTFORD - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Connecticut and Western Massachusetts invites area alumni to join us for a night at the ballpark as the Hartford Yard Goats (minor league affiliate of the Colorado Rockies) square off against the Binghamton Rumble Ponies (affiliate of the New York Mets) at Dunkin Donuts Park (1214 Main St.). The club has secured a block of lower field box tickets behind the visitors’ dugout for $12. Contact Scott Greene ’93 by May 26 to reserve your tickets. Be sure to include the number of tickets in your order. We hope to see you there! 

New Student Send-Off

July 22: CLEARWATER - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Tampa Bay is welcoming the members of the Class of 2021 to Syracuse University with a New Student Send-Off. Join us at Empath Health's Garden House at Suncoast Hospice (5771 Roosevelt Blvd.) as we welcome area students to the SU family!

Welcome to the City: Atlanta

July 27: ATLANTA - Atlanta-area alumni are invited to welcome 2017 graduates to the city at a gathering hosted by the Syracuse University Alumni Club of Atlanta and the Generation Orange Leadership Council at Gypsy Kitchen (3035 Peachtree Rd. NE Suite A209) at 6 p.m. Cost is free. Click here to register.

New-Student Send-Off

August 03: PORTLAND - Join Stumptown Orange for our 11th annual New-Student Send-Off, on August 3. We'll hold an informal evening where we welcome the newest members of the Syracuse University family. Join us for a BBQ/potluck at the home of member Christie Martin in Raleigh Hills. The send-off is always one of the highlights of our Stumptown Orange year! More details to follow.

Cleveland Indians Outing

August 25: CLEVELAND - The Syracuse University Alumni Club of Northeast Ohio invites alumni to join us for a Cleveland Indians game! Come out and catch the Tribe take on the Kansas City Royals on Friday night, August 25. We have 30 tickets available in Section 422 for $25 apiece. In addition to the game, we will enjoy a pre-game Block Party, $1 hot dogs, rally scarf giveaway (first 10,000 fans), and post-game fireworks. The deadline to buy tickets with the club is July 1st. Questions? Email Gene Biros '92. We hope to see you at the ballpark! 

Indians-Royals

22nd Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament

September 08: SYRACUSE - Join us for our 22nd annual Scholarship Golf Tournament, featuring 18 holes of golf, great food and prizes, dinner, and an awards reception. Proceeds support the club’s Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance for Central New York-area students who are attending SU. Registration starts at 11 a.m., we'll enjoy lunch at 11:30 a.m., with a shotgun start time of 12:30 p.m. We'll enjoy a happy hour at 4:30 p.m., followed by dinner and our awards ceremony at 5:30 p.m. The events will be held at the Bellevue Country Club (1901 Glenwood Ave.). Cost is $140 to register as an individual golfer, or $560 to register as a foursome. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Visit the event website for more information.
-If you’d prefer not to register online, please complete the registration form and send it with a check payable to SU Alumni Club of CNY to:
CNY Orange Scholarship Events
c/o Jennifer Barclay
3393 Stiles Road
Syracuse, N.Y., 13209

Coming Back Together

September 14 to 17: SYRACUSE - Started in 1983, Coming Back Together (CBT) was the first reunion of its kind in the nation. It brings African American and Latino alumni back to campus to celebrate their accomplishments and see how Syracuse University has grown and changed over the years. It also introduces current students to successful alumni to make connections and get their advice on making the most of their time after graduation.
Held every three years, CBT gives our alumni an opportunity to catch up, reminisce, and share their vision for how they can keep the University moving forward. The weekend features a full schedule of distinguished speakers, networking, social, and academic events, and of course, the thrill of an SU football game.