The NCAA has placed Syracuse on five years of probation, a reduction of three basketball scholarships over the next four years.
Jim Boeheim has also been suspended for nine games.
Syracuse will not receive an additional postseason ban beyond their self-imposed one this season.
Syracuse did not control and monitor its athletic programs, according to a decision issued by a Division I Committee on Infractions panel.
The self-reported violations, dating back to 2001, include academic misconduct, extra benefits, the failure to follow its drug testing policy and impermissible booster activity. The other violations found included impermissible academic assistance and services, the head basketball coach’s failure to promote an atmosphere of compliance and monitor his staff, and the school’s lack of control over its athletics program.