Residence Life

SUNY Adirondack fosters intellectual, emotional, cultural, ethical, philosophical, social, and spiritual growth.  Both classroom and out-of-class educational experiences facilitate this growth.  Residence Hall living is considered an integral part of a student's overal educational and personal development.  The Residence Life Department focuses its energy on the co-curricular experience, which is an important and valued component of a student's development.  Students are provided with opportunities to broaden their educational objectives through the living and learning process in the residence hall, as well as through participation in an assortment of student organizations and activities.  The program considers students' educational and social needs, safety and health standards, and the overall educational objectives of SUNY Adirondack.  Additional information on our 400 bed residence hall and the Residence Life Program can be found at:




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