Residence Hall Overview
While Syracuse University residence halls feature a variety of layouts and configurations, Summer College follows a set of criteria for setting up the living environment:
- Summer College residence halls are dedicated exclusively to Summer College students.
- Each floor will be assigned as a male floor or a female floor.
- RAs (Resident Advisors) occupy rooms evenly distributed throughout the halls.
- Students will be randomly placed in single, double, or split double rooms.
- There is air-conditioning in the lounges, but NOT in the dorm rooms.
- Each room is equipped with a bed, dresser, desk, chair, and a wardrobe/closet per student.
Residence halls for Summer 2020 will be announced in March 2020.
If a roommate is not requested (see below), Summer College follows Syracuse University’s lead when it comes to housing assignments. The housing office assigns a residence hall and roommate for Summer College students, taking into consideration any special living opportunities and mutual roommate requests indicated on the Summer College application. The housing assignment system is designed to promote a fair and equitable system for all Summer College students that is inclusive and promotes students from different backgrounds to live together.
Summer College students may request a roommate by filling out the “Roommate Request” field on the SlideRoom application. Please note that both parties must separately request each other as their roommate.
If you have already submitted your application without a roommate request but wish to add one, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the student you would like to be roomed with along with the other student’s program name. The subject line should read “Roommate Request.” Roommate requests will be considered if both parties separately request each other as their roommate.
What to Pack
What do you need to bring to Summer College?
Place Your MicroFridge Rental (optional)
This all-in-one refrigerator, freezer, and microwave is approved by Syracuse University for use in residence halls and will help make your room feel a little more like home! When filling out the form, choose your residence hall. Resident hall assignments will be available when Move-In Passes are emailed to students shortly prior to the date their program begins. If you order a Microfridge, it will be delivered to your room prior to your arrival on campus.
Available Spring 2020!
Summer College students can receive mail while they are living on campus. Please address all mail to the residence hall address. Do NOT write ‘Syracuse University’ in the address.
Residence Hall Guidelines
Summer College students are required to sign in at the main desk of the residence hall prior to curfew each night and then remain in the residence hall for the remainder of the night.
- Sunday: 11:00 p.m.
- Monday: 11:00 p.m.
- Tuesday: 11:00 p.m.
- Wednesday: 11:00 p.m.
- Thursday: 11:00 p.m.
- Friday: Midnight
- Saturday: Midnight
Night Away Information
Students who choose to spend a night away from the residence hall must have permission from their parent or guardian, and they must fill out a Night Away Request form at least 24 hours in advance. Please ensure to follow up with your resident advisor with the dates you will not be staying in the residence hall.
Rules and Expectations
The Summer College residential community is restricted to Summer College students (and approved guests) via 24/7 card swipe access and entry approval by Residential Security Aid (RSA) personnel who are posted at the building entrance. Summer College students are expected to maintain a healthy and respectful residential community at all times.
Floor Restrictions: Students do not have free access to all areas of their designated residence hall. Students have 24-hour access to the designated main level floor common areas (lobby and main desk area, laundry room, main lounge, multipurpose room, and adjacent study rooms) in addition to their assigned floor of residence. Residents also have 24-hour access to elevators and all stairwells for access and exiting from their floor of residence. Residents are permitted to be guests in rooms of other residents and attend floor events on their assigned floor of residence. Residents are not permitted to attend floor events, floor study groups, or any other informal or formal gathering on floors, or in rooms on floors, to which they are not assigned.
Courtesy & Quiet Hours: Residents and their guests are expected to observe courtesy hours at all times by acting in a manner that is conducive to studying and sleeping. Courtesy Hours are in effect 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Residents and guests may be asked at any time to limit the amount of noise they are creating, and those who continue to violate courtesy hours will be documented and subject to disciplinary action. Quiet Hours are from 9:00pm until 8:00am every morning. Only minimal noise is permitted in all areas of the residence hall, including but not limited to: student rooms, hallways, lounges, laundry room, elevators, stairwells, and entryways.
Guest Policies: Summer College residents are allowed visitors in the main common area(s) of residence hall from 8:00am to 9:00pm. Guests are required to sign in and are restricted to the main/common floor of the residence hall. Guests are not permitted to access the individual floors/areas of residents’ rooms at any time. Residents must accompany their guests at all times while in the residence hall and are responsible for their guests’ behavior.
Health & Safety While Living on Campus
Syracuse University Summer College is committed to the safety and well-being of students throughout their duration on campus. The Summer College office works with both Syracuse University Department of Public Safety as well as Syracuse University Health Services to provide care and support to pre-college students.
Dining on Campus
There’s are so many delicious options to choose from? See what’s included in your meal plan and where you can eat on campus!
What is there to do on Syracuse University’s campus? A lot! Summer College students have full student access to Syracuse University’s world-class facilities.
Office of Student Living (OSL)
Syracuse University Summer College works with the Office of Student Living (formally the Office of Residence Life) to create the Summer College residential communities. From the resident advisor (RA) on your floor to the assistant residence director (ARD) and residence director (RD) in your building to the central staff supporting the organization, the ORL team is crafted to enhance your residential experience.