- Campus Residences houses over 10,000 undergraduate and graduate residents in 28 residence hall buildings and 23 apartment style areas.
- Over 83% of first-year students live on campus.
- All of our quads and areas have computing centers, fitness centers, lounges, laundry rooms, study spaces and more available for all residential students.
- The division has over 280 undergraduate and graduate student Resident Assistant's.
- All residential students have access to HBO Go and Max Go while they are living on campus.
- Laundry services are included in the cost of housing for all residential students.
- A variety of living options are available including substance free buildings, 24-quiet buildings, and gender inclusive housing areas.
- The student to staff ratio in the Division of Campus Residences is 36:1.
Department of Residential Programs
Education is a collaborative process that involves students, faculty, and staff. The department’s philosophy is for our students to explore the diverse educational opportunities on campus in order to better understand and appreciate the unique qualities that all of the members of this community offers. The department is made up of student and professional level staff, including Resident Hall Directors, in order to best serve students.
Department of Residential Risk Management
Providing a safe living environment on campus for our students, faculty, and staff is our highest priority. Residential Risk Management at Campus Residences is responsible for the safety of our 10,000 students living on campus. The department is responsible for the coordination and administration of many functions including safety, security, emergency management, code compliance, student advocacy, parking, access control, and disability services.
Department of Residential Financial Services
The Division of Campus Residences, along with every housing operation throughout SUNY Institutions, is self-sufficient. This means that no state taxes or other funds contribute to the division's budget. Our goal continues to be keep housing cost increases to a minimum.
The Division of Campus Residences is committed to providing residential facilities that are clean, safe, and comfortable. This includes the management of personnel and available financial resources to provide maintenance, repair, construction and renovation services to meet the needs of a diverse residential population.