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In short, the North Campus is the teaching area and the South Campus is the student housing area. However, Chinese students are not confined to school housing, but scattered in every corner of the city. Syracuse University currently has more than 18,000 students, including about 12,000 undergraduates and more than 6,000 masters and doctoral students. In 1999, 2368 students received a bachelor's degree, 1747 students received a master's degree, 207 students received a doctorate degree in law, and 150 received a doctorate degree. There are two types of American universities, one is public universities and the other is private universities. Syracuse University is a private university, and its student size is among the best among private schools.
Syracuse University was founded in 1870 as a co-educational school. In 1871, 41 students formally registered to study at Syracuse University. The courses offered at that time were: arithmetic, geometry, Latin, Greek, history, physiology, and oratory. In 1873, the first American Academy of Visual and Performing Arts was established and awarded a degree in fine arts. In 1918, Xueda opened night school for adults and opened the door for non-traditional students. The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs was established in 1924, becoming the first institution to grant a master's degree in public administration. Ten years later, Xueda created the country's first journalism school, the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication. In 1967, Xueda joined The Association of American University and became a member of American and Canadian research institutions. In 1974, Snow University changed the name of The School of Library Science (founded in 1896) to The School of Information Studies to reflect the important role of information in society. In 1980, Snow University established the Carrier Dome (Carrier Dome), becoming the first super-large campus indoor sports field (which can accommodate more than 50,000 spectators at the same time).