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Student Housing: Frequently Asked Questions
When will SUNY Adirondack’s new Student Housing open?
SUNY Adirondack’s new Student Housing complex is now open and we are accepting applications for both Spring 2015 and Fall 2015.
When can I apply for Student Housing? The online application for Student Housing is now available!. Students will be required to apply on line and must be full time matriculated students in good standing. Current students must log into Banner Self -Serve https://banner.sunyacc.edu/pls/prod/twbkwbis.P_WWWLogin New students must apply for Admissions first and then Housing. You can begin your application to the College and for Housing going to www.sunyacc.edu, clicking the Admissions tab, then clicking the New Student tab and then clicking the Apply Here link. For Admissions related application questions you should contact the Admissions Office directly at 518-743-2264. Please continue to check www.sunyacc.edu/housing for continuous updates.
What is the cost for Student Housing?
The standard cost of housing for a 2 bedroom 4 persons suite for the 2014-2015 Academic year is $6950 per year or $3475 per semester plus a meal plan at $3200 per year or $1600 per semester.
What is the Meal Plan cost and options?
All meal plans are $1600 per semester. Resident Students are required to purchase a meal plan.
The details for the three plans are:
Plan A: 200 meals per semester, $100 declining balance
Plan B: 150 meals per semester, $400 declining balance
Plan C: 125 meals per semester, $550 declining balance
Is a deposit required?
An annual $250 deposit is required to reserve your space in the Student Housing facility. The deposit is refundable only if housing is not offered to a student.
Can financial aid be used to cover the cost of Student Housing?
YES. In addition to tuition and fees, most forms of financial aid can be used to cover living expenses including campus housing and meal plans. The SUNY Adirondack
Financial Aid Office will notify you of your eligibility for aid after review of your application.
What sort of activities will be offered?
In addition to programming offered directly within the residence hall facility, the Office of Student Activities also offers a wide variety of activities and events a student can take part in.
Can I bring my car?
There will be a limited number of parking spaces for residence students. NO CAR, NO Problem! Ride the bus absolutely free to get anywhere - it stops right on campus! www.agftc.org
How will housing accommodations be determined?
Housing is available on a first-come basis. A waiting list will be developed for students who sign up after the complex reaches capacity.
How big is the Student Housing building?
SUNY Adirondack’s new Student Housing will hold a maximum of 408 students.
How many people are in each room?
SUNY Adirondack’s modern suite format accommodates four students per suite with two students in each bedroom.
Are the residential suites furnished?
Each suite is furnished with a standard twin bed, desk, chair, dresser and a wardrobe for each student and a couch and TV stand for the living room.
Are cable TV and Internet included in the total cost?
Wireless high-speed Internet and cable television are included in the cost of living on campus.
What other facilities are located in the Student Housing complex?
In addition to suites, the Student Housing building includes classrooms, a state-of-the-art fitness facility, and a laundry room.
What kind of staff will be in the building?
The College has 24 hour on-campus security with the security operations for campus based in the Residence Hall. In addition, the building has 2 live-in residence life directors and 8 student resident assistants.
Are Pets allowed?
There are no pets of any kind allowed in the residence hall
Is my spouse or child able to live with me?
As of right now, the facility will be for full-time enrolled SUNY Adirondack students, no families or children.