If you decide to live on campus at SUNY Cobleskill, there are variety of different Residence Halls on campus for students to live in.
The freshman buildings on campus are Davis, Parsons, Ten-Eyck, and Fake. They are located right near the front entrance of the college. The freshman residence halls each have a main lounge, smaller lounges on each floor, both male and female bathrooms, and a staff that consists of Resident Assistants and a Resident Director.
Every floor has 2 bulletin boards; an educational and flyer board. The bulletin boards can be creative and Resident Assistants (RA’s) create boards that have tips for college, places to see on campus, and educational topics. RA’s also plan programs for students to attend. Programs are activities that the RA hosts which can include movie night, games, crafts, cooking, study sessions, planting, and any activities that the RA thinks students may be interested in.
After freshman year, there are a variety of residence halls that students can choose from. Draper, Dix, and Pearson, is known as the Quad and are residence halls where students from freshman to senior can live in. Similar to the freshman building there are also lounges, smaller lounges on each floor for studying, both male and female bathrooms, and a staff that consists of Resident Assistants and a Resident Director.
Vroman and Wieting Hall is known as the Sophomore Year Experience and is available for continuing and transfer students, who have more than 24 credits toward their degree. Similar to the freshman and The Quad there are lounges, smaller lounges on each floor for studying, both male and female bathrooms, and a staff that consists of Resident Assistants and a Resident Director.
Alumni Commons Suites and Townhomes is located on campus and is designed for students in their junior and senior year. To live in the commons you must have 48 credits completed. Some of the amenities of Alumni Commons are single occupancy bedrooms, laundry inside townhomes and interior access for suites, full kitchens, meal plan options to meet students needs, and one full bathroom for every two residents.
Living on campus is such a great experience for students. You have the opportunity to make friends, attend programs hosted by the RA’s, and experience campus life. Here is a link to living on campus which has more information about the Residence Halls and Residential Life: http://www.cobleskill.edu/campus-life/residential-life/2018-02-13