Residential Communities

Living on campus is an integral part of a Geneseo education. The residence halls provide more than a bed to rest your head at night (or in the afternoon); they are places where you learn how to interact with and live with people who are different from you. This requires advocating for your own needs, listening to and respecting the needs of others (especially in times of conflict), and working with your roommates, suite-mates, hall-mates, and RA staff to build a network of support. 

Scroll down to the list of residence halls by name to search amenities and accommodations for a specific building.

In addition to learning key communication skills that are valuable in your academic courses, your campus support network is key in navigating all aspects of your collegiate life: academic support, research, internships, clubs, organizations, student involvement, and much more!

Monroe Hall

Monroe Hall

Nassau Hall

Outside Nassau Hall

All of our halls aim to create inclusive living and learning environments that promote wellbeing, where strong, diverse communities can grow and students can develop socially and academically. We do this by intentionally connecting learning inside the classroom to learning outside the classroom through our living-learning communities (LLCs). We have three different types of LLCs to meet the diverse interests and needs of our students. Click on the links to learn more about each type of LLC!

**Note: although each LLC has a distinct theme, each community investigates interdisciplinary themes and the intersectionality of topics and identities; students are more than welcome to apply to multiple LLCs and indicate your intersectional interest in your application!

Inquiry and Discovery LLCs

Inquiry and Discovery LLCs focus on skills for Leadership, Mentorship, and Action through community engagement. These LLCs have credit-bearing courses and peer leadership opportunities as requirements.

Business & Society LLC | Dante House | Eco House | First Knight Experience | Lavender House | Tesla House | Umoja House

Exploratory LLCs

Exploratory LLCs contribute to students’ sense of belonging and community building through shared interests. Events are coordinated by peer leaders living in the LLCs as well as Residence Life staff members. Participation is required.

Arts & Wellness | Food Culture House | Gaming LLC | Global House | STEM LLC | Writers House 

Cohort Community LLCs

Cohort Community LLCs support student success through shared identities. Cohort LLCs may be led by peer leaders and may require a pledge to create an inclusive living environment; no participation requirements.

Kuumba House | Lavender House | Sensory Retreat LLC | Transfer Student Experience | Substance Free Housing | International Student Housing | First-Year Experience | Upper-Level Experience

Visit the Living-Learning Community Page for a complete list of LLCs

Returning Students: to apply for LLCs, view the Returning Student Housing Selection Page 

Incoming Students: to apply for LLCs view the New Student Housing Selection Page

Housing Options

SUNY Geneseo has a number of housing options available from traditional corridor style housing, suites with a shared bathroom and common area, townhouses with private bedrooms, and hybrid corridor with shared bathrooms. Approximately 90% of our residents live in double rooms with a roommate. 

Residence Halls

Click on a hall of interest to learn about building amenities, accessibility, and resources. 

Feel free to check out residence hall floor plans. You will need to be signed in with a Geneseo account.

Nassau Suite

Nassau Suite

Saratoga Townhouse

Saratoga Terrace Suite

Accessibility & Other Accommodations

We work closely with the Office of Accessibility Services to provide qualified students with disabilities (temporary or permanent) equal and comprehensive access to college-wide programs, services, and campus facilities. We work together to proactively provide, at no cost to the student, reasonable accommodations to ensure that no qualified student with a disability is denied equal access to, participation in, or benefit of the programs and activities of the Department of Residence Life. If you have questions about accommodations, please contact the Office of Accessibility Services, and they will work with our department.