What Makes Maxwell Different?
Maxwell is where diverse and collaborative problem solvers develop innovative solutions to move people, policies and communities forward.
Step into the Maxwell Community
The best way to get to know Maxwell is to visit. Can’t make it to campus? Take a virtual tour, attend an event online, or engage with an Alumni Ambassador.
How Will You Change the World?
No matter where you are in your academic journey, there’s a Maxwell program designed to help you develop knowledge, skills and contacts to improve your community.
research centers generating policy-relevant insight into pressing issues
ranked for public affairs (U.S. News & World Report)
departments teaching excellence in social science and public/international affairs
Influence with Integrity
It’s not just an education. It’s a mindset. Maxwell students celebrate diverse people and ideas. They value informed and ethical leadership. They are engaged—and engaging—citizens primed to shape the future.
Our acclaimed education programs combine the study of human society and relationships with opportunities to address relevant social challenges.
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs welcomed Congresswoman Liz Cheney to campus on Monday, October 3, for a conversation with Syracuse University faculty, staff, students and alumni.
We're not moving—we're growing! Enjoy Maxwell Perspective magazine your way, both in print and online. Either way, you can expect the same great content accessible anytime.
This center will serve as a hub for scholars, policymakers and students to examine the design and impact of policies that communities use to solve public problems.
Maxwell in Action
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Nearly Three-Quarters There!
With incredible support, our start is strong. But to meet our campaign goals, we will need to raise the remaining $34 million to support Campaign Priorities from the School’s long-range strategic plan.
I am Maxwell
It was the partnership with Maxwell and CSIS that took me over top as far as picking a graduate program. It is in person, working in conjunction with a well-respected think tank, and it’s nonpartisan."
Ashan Benedict E.M.I.R. in D.C.
Executive Assistant Chief of Police, Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C.