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With input from the campus community, the university president, the provost, the Board of Trustees and other senior leaders develop our strategic plan, budget and numerous policies.

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Messages from SU Leadership

  • National First-Generation College Celebration

    November 8th is National First-Generation College Celebration. This is especially meaningful for us because Susquehanna University was founded to serve first-generation students.

  • Remote Classes Nov. 22 and 23, Campus Discussions After Break

    As we reach the middle of a challenging semester, President Green addresses the SU community regarding campus discussions after Fall Break, and remote classes that will be available the week of Thanksgiving (November 22 and 23).

  • SU Campus Vaccinated Over 95%

    President Green addresses the SU campus regarding campus vaccination rates.

  • Covid Fall Plan 2021 Update

    As we are settling into the second week of the semester, we are providing a few updates and reminders regarding SU’s pandemic planning for your review.

  • Announcing the Division of Inclusive Excellence

    This year, the Division of Inclusive Excellence was established. The Association of American Colleges and Universities defines “inclusive excellence” as focusing on student intellectual and social development, utilizing organizational resources to enhance student learning, and recognizing how the cultural differences of others enhance the student and organizational learning.

  • Hawk Hub Now Open For Business

    Centrally located in the Degenstein Campus Center, the Hawk Hub will be a resource for both new and returning students.

  • Enhancing SU’s Academic Core

    Provost Dave Ramsaran discusses academic updates as a part of the SU 2.0 process

  • Susquehanna Names VPSL/Dean of Students 2021

    We are pleased to announce that Dr. Frances Magee will be joining Susquehanna University as the new Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students on August 23, 2021.

  • Susquehanna Will Add Juneteenth to Its Annual Calendar

    Susquehanna University will add Juneteenth, which commemorates the final emancipation of slaves in the United States on June 19, 1865, as an observed holiday starting with the 2021-22 academic year.

  • SU 2.0 Update

    President Green updates the SU community about the SU 2.0 initiative.

  • Today’s Verdict Toward True Justice

    President Green responds after the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.

  • Defending Inclusive Democracy

    President Green responding to the tragic events at the U.S. Capitol.

  • Citizen Leadership and Civil Discourse

    As the election draws to a close, let us all strive for reconciliation and the resolution that democracy is by, for, and about all of us.

  • Presidents’ Letter Regarding DOE’s Princeton Investigation

    It is outrageous that the Department of Education is using our country’s resources to investigate an institution that is committed to becoming more inclusive by reckoning with the impact in the present of our shared legacies of racism.

  • Message from the Board of Trustees August 2020

    As we enter the new academic year of 2020-2021 in a time of unprecedented national challenges, the Board of Trustees of Susquehanna University affirms our commitment to the mission of the University — to educate students for productive, creative and reflective lives of achievement, leadership and service in a diverse, dynamic and interdependent world.

  • Notice Regarding Blackbaud 2020 Ransomware Attack

    Susquehanna University was notified on July 16, 2020 of a security incident at one of our third-party software application partners—Blackbaud. Please note that no credit card, banking information, or social security numbers were compromised in this incident.

  • CenSUs: Everyone Counts

    As a call to action for Susquehanna University to become an actively antiracist community, President Green asked Professors Shari Jacobson and Olu Onafowora to lead “CenSUs: Everyone Counts.”

  • Follow-Up to University Investigating Bias Allegation

    Follow up to the university investigation of a bias incident

  • University Investigating Bias Allegation

    SU is investigating a reported bias allegation.

  • What We Are Called To Do

    With determination in our hearts, we must seize this moment and demand justice.

  • It Is Time to Extinguish Hate ... To Live in Light and Love

    President Green wrote a blog post on Friday reflecting on our duty to forge a better future and reminding us that “We must not be overcome by the hate we wish to extinguish.”

  • Susquehanna 2026: Our Strategic Plan

    This strategic plan reaffirms our core academic principles, our ethics, our commitment to each other, and the importance of engaging all voices in pursuit of new, equitable ways to creatively solve the challenges of our world.

  • Statement on Diversity and Inclusiveness

    Statement on Diversity and Inclusiveness approved by the Susquehanna University Board of Trustees on May14, 2007.