STUDENT HOUSING APPLICATION CHECKLIST
1. Apply and be accepted to SUNY Adirondack.
2. Complete the online Housing Application.
3. Pay $250 Housing Deposit or send check or money order payable to SUNY Adirondack to the Residence Life Office.
4. Attend an Accepted Student Day. RSVP (need to link to form) or contact Office of Student Success at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518.832.7708
Housing Assignments are prioritized on the date of housing application and completion of Accepted Student Checklist.
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The online application for Student Housing is now available!
Students will be required to apply online and must be full time (at least 12 credits), matriculated student in good standing.
Current students must log into Self-Serve Banner
New students must apply for Admissions first and then Housing. You can begin your application to the College and for Housing by clicking here. For Admissions related application questions, contact the Admissions Office directly at 518-743-2264.
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The standard cost of housing for a 2 bedroom 4 person suite for the 2015-2016 academic year is $7,160 per year, or $3,580 per semester. Meal Plans A, B and C are $3,300 per year, or $1,650 per semester. Meal Plan D is $1,950 per semester, or $3,900 per year. There is also a $25 Resident Programming Fee.
Meal Plans A, B and C are $1,650 per semester. Meal Plan D is $1,950 per semester. Resident Students are required to purchase a meal plan.
The details for the four 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
Plan D: 240 meals per semester, $100 declining balance
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.
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.
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.
There will be a limited number of parking spaces for residence students. Students can ride the bus absolutely free to get around, and it stops right on campus!
Click HERE for a schedule and more information.
Housing is available on a first-come basis. A waiting list will be developed for students who sign up after the complex reaches capacity.
SUNY Adirondack’s residence hall holds a maximum of 413 students.
SUNY Adirondack’s modern suite format accommodates four students per suite, with two students in each bedroom.
Each suite is furnished with a standard twin bed, desk, chair, dresser and a wardrobe for each student and a couch, chair, end table, entertainment stand and small table with chairs.
Wireless high-speed internet and cable television are included in the cost of living on campus.
In addition to suites, the residence hall includes classrooms, a state-of-the-art fitness facility, and a laundry room ($1.25 to wash, $1.25 to dry).
The College has 24-hour on-campus security, with the security operations for campus based in the residence hall. In addition, the building has three live-in professional staff and eight student resident assistants.
There are no pets of any kind allowed in the residence hall.
The Residence Hall is for full-time enrolled SUNY Adirondack students – no families or children.
By the numbers
• 100% occupancy rate
• 41% of residents from Warren, Washington and Saratoga counties
• 3% of residents from outside NY state
• 413 residents
Campus life has never been more “suite.” Live on campus in SUNY Adirondack’s recently built state-of-the-art Residence Hall.
Our student housing features suite-style rooms accommodating four students per suite. Each suite has a living room and kitchenette, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Suites are furnished with a couch, chair, end table, entertainment stand and small table with chairs. Bedrooms are furnished with a student desk, chair, wardrobe, dresser and bed per student. Each bedroom has its own bathroom with two sinks.
"I live in the residence hall, and I've had a great experience. The residence halls were actually part of the reason I decided to attend school here."
Donovan Miller, Glens Falls, NY, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Class of 2017
• High-speed wireless internet
• Cable TV
• Exercise facility
• Onsite laundry
• Classroom space
• Meeting space
• Live-in professional staff and student resident assistants
• Onsite security
• Free community bus transportation through Greater Glens Falls transit