Residence Life

Walk-in traffic on the campus is NOT allowed at this time. 

To promote social distancing in response to the Coronavirus threat, SUNY Adirondack encourages students, prospective students and the general public to conduct as much business as possible with Residence Life through email communications at

Have questions?

Liz Bracken, Director of Residence Life,
Penny Deacon, Office Specialist,
Taylor Testa, Residence Director,


Live on campus in SUNY Adirondack’s 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.

special features

• 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



• 100% occupancy rate
• 41% of residents from Warren, Washington and Saratoga counties
• 3% of residents from outside NY state
• 413 residents

Read the Residence Life Rules and Regulations

What You'll Need

  • There is a couch, arm chair, dining table, two dining chairs, entertainment stand, end table, cable, and internet.
  • Kitchen area has cabinets and a sink.
  • Each bedroom, for each student, there is a standard twin bed, standard twin mattress, armoire, desk, and desk chair.  
  • There is a double vanity sink, toilet, shower, and toilet paper holder in each bathroom.
  • Cleaning supplies for your room, common room and bathroom. Cleaning staff do not clean student spaces while they are occupied. Rooms are expected to be kept clean throughout the student’s occupancy and at check-out.
  • Vinyl shower curtain (36” wide x72” tall)
  • Toilet paper


  • Bed pillows/protector
  • Comforter and/or blanket
  • Mattress topper/pad
  • Standard Twin sheet sets (NOT XL)


  • Hair Dryer
  • Toothbrush
  • Robe
  • Shower tote/caddy
  • Slippers/flip flops
  • Towels/washcloths

Cleaning Supplies:

  • All-purpose cleaner
  • Broom and dust pan
  • Garbage bags
  • Garbage cans for bedroom and bathroom
  • Hand vacuum
  • Kitchen/bathroom cleaning supplies
  • Mop
  • Paper towels
  • Soap
  • Sponges


  • Coffeemakers (with automatic shut off)
  • Cups and mugs
  • Eating utensils
  • Microwave (one per suite)
  • Mini Fridge not to exceed 3 cubic feet (one per room)
  • Plates and bowls
  • Toaster or toaster oven


  • Fabric Softener
  • Laundry basket/hamper
  • Laundry detergent
  • Quarters for laundry machine ($1.25 per wash cycle and $1.25 per dry cycle)

Miscellaneous items to consider:

  • Area rug
  • First Aid Kit
  • Flashlight
  • Floor lamp
  • Hangers
  • Key ring or lanyard for bedroom keys
  • Shoe storage
  • Student ID holder
  • Umbrella
  • Under bed storage
  • Warm and cold weather clothing
  • Air conditioners
  • Alcohol paraphernalia (for example: beer taps, funnels, kegs, empty or full alcohol containers, etc.) 
  • Animals (including fish) with the exception of approved emotional support animals and service animals
  • Candles/incense
  • Cooking devices, including: electric griddles, hot pots, George Foreman grills, roasting pans, etc.
  • Culinary Arts knives
  • Dart boards with sharp point darts
  • Drug-related paraphernalia, illegal drugs, non-prescribed narcotics and/or drug-related devices
  • E-Cigarettes and charging devices for e-cigarettes
  • Halogen light bulbs
  • Hover boards should not be used or stored
  • Lava lamps
  • Live Christmas/holiday trees
  • Multi-arm floor lamps
  • Multi-plug outlets or extension cords unless they are UL approved and have a surge protector
  • Nails and foam backed adhesive tape
  • Possession and/or use of weapons or firearms of any kind
  • Safes
  • Space heaters
  • Tapestries or any items hung from the ceiling
  • Wall units to mount a television


1. Apply and be accepted to SUNY Adirondack.

2. Complete the online Housing Application.

3. Pay $250 Housing Deposit by sending a check or money order made out to "SUNY Adirondack" to the Residence Life Office.

4. Contact the Center for Student Success at to sign up for placement testing.

Housing Assignments are prioritized on the date of housing application, completion of Accepted Student steps and meeting financial obligations.

If you have any questions regarding Residential Housing email or call 518.832.7785.

Housing FAQs

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 will sign up for housing in the Residence Life Office.

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.

All updates will be communicated to your student email or the email listed on your housing application.

Pricing information is available under Cost and Financial Aid.

Meal Plans A, B and C are $1,925 per semester. Meal Plan D is $2,280 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: 100 meals per semester, $550 declining balance
Plan D: 240 meals per semester, $100 declining balance

A $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. Financial Aid CANNOT cover a housing deposit. 

For questions or help, contact our Financial Counselor for Residential Students, Reburta Moffitt at

The Residence Hall Association and the staff of RAs provide a wide variety of programs for the building, in addition the Office of Student Activities also offers a wide variety of activities and events campus wide. Any student can be a member of Residence Hall Association and help plan events for the building.


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!

See the Glens Falls Transit 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. (There are a few triples in the building.)

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 ($1.50 to wash, $1.50 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 two live-in professional staff and 10 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.

Learning Communities

Freshmen Seminar with Housing

A learning and living community is designed to bring together a group of students who take a common set of courses together and participate in common experiences around their academics. For students with different course needs or interests, there will also be a special section of HRD 110 for housing students.

HRD 110 is a college orientation course to introduce students to college resources and requirements. Class activities will be directed toward developing the necessary skills to encourage college success. Students in the HRD 110 Residence Life sections will be housed together in the Residence Hall in a special community to further enhance the residential community experience.

If a student is interested in this living environment, please reach out to the Office of Residence life at regarding this unique housing opportunity.