Seneca Hall

Seneca Hall is an 80-student residence with four-person suites that is open to students from all years. It is located in the North Village and adjoins Ontario Hall. Seneca Hall is also the location of the Writers House Living-Learning Community, so many of its residents are passionate about writing.

Each suite in Seneca has two bedrooms, a shared bathroom, and small common area. Kitchens and laundry facilities are available on each floor, and the library and classroom offer unique study and work shopping spaces. Seneca Hall is one of the smaller residence halls on campus, which provides a close-knit environment for its residents.

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Quick Facts

  • Four-person suites
  • 80 students
  • Students from all years
  • Writers House LLC
  • Has writing tutors

Additional Information

Writing tutors trained by the Writing Learning Center hold designated office hours in Seneca Hall.

Learning Outcomes

Students living in Seneca Hall will:

  1. Explore their own passions as they identify the different pathways to achieve institutional and career benchmarks
  2. Display resilience when faced with adversity during the transition from high school to college
  3. Create meaningful relationships with each other and lasting connections with the Writers House Residential Fellows
  4. (Students living in Writers House) work collaboratively to publish Catharsis, Writers House own literary magazine

Seneca Hall Values

Creativity | Passion | Leadership

Contact Info

Service Desk: 585-245-6165 (x6165 on campus)

Chris Rivera

Area Coordinator: Christopher Rivera
Coordinator Phone: 585-245-5775
Coordinator Email: riverac@geneseo.edu