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Residence Halls at Geneseo:

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Residence Hall Name
(click on hall name for
picture slideshow)
Availability for Fall 2013?

Basic Information

Allegany Hall          
extremely limited (5 - 10 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in North Village
  • primarily accommodates returning students
Dante House/Wayne Hall
completely available (100 spaces)                           
  • corridor-style residence hall in South Village
  • Residential College House with focus on global citizenship and civic engagement
  • accommodates first-year students exclusively; Dante House is a First Year Experience residence hall
  • features international student housing (Dante House remains open during College breaks for international students only)                                               
EcoHouse/Putnam Hall
moderate (25 - 30 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in North Village; rooms arranged along corridors, but connected by bathrooms to form 4-person suites
  • opened as a Residential College House in Fall 2010 with focus on sustainability and social justice (The Putnam Hall facility itself was built in 2004)
  • accommodates students of all class years
  • available by application only (deadline for Fall 2013 incoming students is June 3)
Erie Hallextremely limited (5 - 10 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in North Village
  • primarily accommodates returning students             
Genesee Halllimited (10 - 15 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in North Village
  • primarily accommodates returning students
  • designated residence hall for Gender-Neutral Housing; spaces in Gender-Neutral suites are available for new students
Jones Hallcompletely available (150 spaces)
  • corridor-style residence hall in Central Village
  • accommodates first-year students exclusively; Jones is a First-Year Experience residence hall
Livingston Hallmoderate (50 - 65 spaces)
  • corridor-style residence hall in Central Village
  • primarily accommodates returning students, but houses around 50 new Fall 2013 students, too
  • B-section reserved for students who espouse a substance-free lifestyle

Monroe Hall

(We apologize, but the Monroe Hall slideshow is not yet available.)

moderate (80 spaces)
  • corridor-style residence hall in Central Village
  • accommodates around 80 returning students, but 80 spaces are also reserved for new first-year students in Physics, Biology, and Writing Living Learning Communities
  • reopened in Spring 2013 after 2 years of renovations
Nassau Hall
moderate (50 - 75 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in South Village
  • primarily accommodates transfer students
  • features Fall 2013 Transfer Block Housing on 4th floor
Niagara Hall
mostly available (180 - 190 spaces)
  • corridor-style residence hall in South Village
  • primarily accommodates first-year students
  • features First Year Experience Housing on 1st, 3rd, and 4th floors
  • 4th floor reserved for students who espouse a substance-free lifestyle
Onondaga Hallcompletely available (340 spaces)
  • corridor-style residence hall in South Village
  • accommodates first-year students exclusively; Onondaga is a First Year Experience residence hall

Ontario Hall

(We apologize, but the Ontario Hall slideshow is not yet available.  Check Genesee Hall for similar pictures.)

moderate (20 - 25 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in North Village
  • features French (La Maison Francaise) and Spanish (La Residencia Hispana) housing in C3 section
  • primarly accommodates returning students

Saratoga Terrace

none
  • townhouse complex located between South and Central Villages 
  • not available for incoming students
  • Saratoga Terrace residents are permitted to stay in their townhouses during Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring Breaks
  • accommodates returning students exclusively in 4- and 5-person townhouses
Steuben Hall
limited (15 - 20 spaces)
  • corridor-style residence hall in Central Village
  • features international student housing (Steuben Hall remains open during College breaks for international students only)
  • primarily accommodates returning students, but houses around 20 new Fall 2013 students, too 
Suffolk Hall
completely available (185 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in South Village
  • primarily accommodates first-year students

Writers House/Seneca Hall

(We apologize, but the Writers House slideshow is not yet available.)

moderate (25 - 30 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in North Village
  • Residential College House with focus on all types of writing
  • accommodates students of all class years
  • available by application only (deadline for Fall 2013 incoming students is June 3)

Wyoming Hall

(We apologize, but the Wyoming Hall slideshow is not yet available.  Check Allegany Hall for similar pictures.)

limited (10 - 15 spaces)
  • suite-style residence hall in North Village
  • features international student housing (Wyoming Hall remains open during College breaks for international students only)
  • primarily accommodates returning students