Syracuse University

Greenberg House
Greenberg House

Welcome to DC

Our nation's capital bleeds orange!

From University Hill to Capitol Hill, welcome to Syracuse University's home in the Greater Washington area! This site is your hub for University information in the region. Washington, D.C. is known for many things: the point of origin for the nation's public policy, the home base for some of the most powerful men and women in the country and a magnet for world attention. Whether you’re an alum, a prospective student, friend or a fan, stop by Greenberg House to discover what’s happening. The University hopes you will find ways to engage with the Orange by attending professional and social events and activities in the region. 

Syracuse University Paul Greenberg House
2301 Calvert Street, NW
Washington, DC 20008-2644
(Woodley Park stop on the red Metrorail line)

Monday though Friday 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

202-SYR-GOSU (797-4678)

Twitter @SUinDC


  • As a multi-purpose facility with space for classes, seminars, conferences and meetings, the Greenberg House supports activities of every school and college of Syracuse University.

  • The Greater Washington area has the University's second largest alumni base in the world, 16,000 and counting. The Greenberg House provides support for the Orange, fostering connections among current students, graduates and the University.

  • About 500 accepted students per year move from the Greater Washington area to Syracuse, NY

  • The Greenberg House provides an opportunity for the University to attract and interview promising applicants for admission at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

  • In its central location in Washington, D.C., the Greenberg House provides the University with access to the main offices of a number of foundations, corporations and government agencies that offer grants and other support to major research universities such as Syracuse University.

  • 96% of DC residents live within ½ mile of at least one recreational, public park.

  • Several foreign embassies are located nearby in our DC neighborhood, and other neighbors include Stanford University and Boston University facilities.

  • There are countless attractions nearby, including 75 museums and 40 theaters. And despite all of the choices available to you, the city remains accessible.

  • The Congressional Height of Buildings Act of 1910 limited the height of buildings in Washington, DC to 130 feet.

  • The College of Arts and Sciences (3,960) and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (1,479) are the SU schools and colleges with the greatest number of DC-area alumni.

Greenberg Speaker Series

SU alumnus Paul Greenberg recently committed a gift to the University to fund the annual SUinDC Speaker Initiative.

Career Development Workshop Series for Generation Orange

What sets you apart from others as you consider what your next job opportunity might be? What do your resume and cover letter say about you? How successful was your last interview? Are you a good networker? Join SUinDC for a Career Development Workshop Series addressing these questions. 



2301 Calvert Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008

Business Hours
Monday though Friday 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Open evenings and weekend for classes
and programs.

202-SYR-GOSU (797-4678)

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