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  • SO MUCH MORE THAN “DORM” LIFE!


    Looking for opportunities to be a leader, an active member of our community and to interact with students from all over the world? Living on campus means you can focus on those things — we’ve got the rest!

    Explore Community Living

  • THE BEST WAY TO EXPERIENCE THE #PLATTSLIFE


    Your college experience will be uniquely yours. Discover yourself and learn with new friends from around the world. Our community living team is here to help guide and support your success!

    Meet the Team

  • LEARN TO LIVE, LOVE THE LIFE!


    Living on campus, you will experience rich diversity and a community that exists to help you succeed. Love the life, the #PlattsLife, in our residence hall community.

    Check out our Residence Halls

Campus Housing & Community Living


On campus housing at SUNY Plattsburgh is a safe, secure, well-maintained environment, where your social and academic needs are our #1 concern.

Opening Weekend Information: Jan. 25–26, 2020

New Students who are living in a campus residence hall, can check-in at the Campus Housing and Community Living Office, beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 to gain access to their Residence Hall Room. The office is located in Algonquin Hall, right next to Whiteface Hall, room A101, and is open Saturday, Jan. 25, and Sunday Jan. 26 2020 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Returning Students are welcome to move into their residence hall rooms beginning Saturday, Jan. 25, 2019 at 11 a.m. There is no need for returning students to check in with the Housing Office.

More information about Opening Weekend January 2020

Living the #Plattslife


We’ve invested a lot in the renovations of our halls with your success in mind. We have fun, learn and grow together, and develop a strong sense of community. Living on campus will support your success!

Safe


#1 reason Juniors & Seniors stay on campus — Safety!

Learn more about safety on campus

Higher GPA


The average GPA of students living on campus is higher than those living off campus.

Student Support in Residence Halls
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