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Off-Campus Housing Listing

The landlords of the properties below have asked to be placed on this list and the college has verified that the property listed has been inspected within the last year.

A Note to Students About This Page

The Campus Housing and Community Living Office provides a list of available inspected properties to students as a service to make the transition from on-campus living to off-campus living safer and a little bit easier. All the properties contained in this housing list have been inspected in the last year by the City of Plattsburgh building inspector and at the time of the inspection found to be in compliance with local and state ordinances as they pertain to multiple residencies.

Please note: SUNY Plattsburgh does not inspect, approve or supervise the premises described, and the college does not become a party to private landlord-tenant or prospective tenant matters. Information regarding the premises has been provided by the landlord and the college makes no guarantee to its veracity by inclusion of the premises on this list. You are encouraged to learn and understand all of your rights, responsibilities, and protections afforded under the law before signing any rental agreement.

In the event students are faced with unsafe living conditions of any kind, they should immediately call the city building inspector at 518-563-7707.

Off-Campus Listings


Before signing a lease be sure to read the lease carefully! Don’t sign anything you don't understand and or agree with — leases are negotiable! If you have any questions about leases, feel free to stop in at the housing and residence life office. We are here to help!

Don’t Sign a Lease Yet!

Current students should be advised that SUNY Plattsburgh requires all undergraduates to live in state owned and operated residence facilities. Exemptions of this policy exist for some students. If you feel that you meet one of these exemptions, you must complete a housing exemption form before signing a lease.

Learn more about the exemptions.

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