2020 Summer Directors

The Student Association has created the 2020 Summer Director program. Its purpose is to coordinate advocacy over the summer for issues that concern the Syracuse University student body. Below is information on the director position, description, and name and contact information if you would like to reach out. As a reminder, you can also reach out to Student Association President, Justine Hastings (jchastin@syr.edu), and VP, Ryan Golden (rjgolden@syr.edu), about anything as well!

Student Living Director, Amanda Byrne (ambyrne@syr.edu)

This representative is responsible for coordinating communication between the Office of Student Living as well as the Housing office. Any issue related to on/off campus living will fall under this purview.

International Student Director, Yuyin Liu (yliu414@syr.edu

This representative is responsible for advocating for and communicating with international students across campus. 

First Year Experience Director, Louisa Mancuso (lmmancus@syr.edu

This representative is responsible for working with administrators who are responsible for the First Year Experience and to provide a student voice and perspective. 

Student Safety Director, Kailee Vick (knvick@syr.edu)  

This representative is responsible for working with the Department of Public Safety and any other relevant offices with the goal of achieving reforms that support students in their interactions with DPS, OSRR, and Title IX. 

Health & Wellness Director, Morgan Eaton (mweaton@syr.edu

This representative is responsible for working with the Barnes Center as well as the Counseling Office and any other relevant departments to advocate for greater access to health related resources for students on/off campus

Accessibility Director, Justine Hastings (jchastin@syr.edu)  

This representative is responsible for working with the Center for Disability Resources (CDR), Housing Office, and any relevant registered student organizations or campus departments to find ways to offer proper accommodations, ensure that the accommodations are being provided in an efficient and accountable manner, and make campus more accessible.