The Campus Activities and Corey Union Office provides a list of available inspected properties to students as a service to make the transition from on-campus living to off-campus living safer and a little bit easier. All the properties contained in this housing list have been inspected by a New York State code enforcement inspection agency and found to be in compliance with local and state ordinances as they pertain to multiple residencies.
Please note that SUNY Cortland does not inspect, approve or supervise the premises described, and the University does not become a party to private landlord-prospective tenant matters. Information regarding the premises has been provided by the landlord and the University makes no guarantee to its veracity by inclusion of the premises on this list. You are encouraged to learn and understand all of your rights, responsibilities and protections afforded under the law before signing any rental agreement.
If you have any questions, would like to request a printed version of this list, or would like to receive information and/or literature regarding moving off campus, please call our office at (607) 753-5574.
The current Off-Campus Housing List can be accessed by opening the following link:
To access the Off-Campus Housing List in the PDF file, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you are visually impaired and using a screen reader, you may need to download the latest Acrobat Reader from Access Adobe.
In addition to providing opportunities to develop personal and leadership skills, the Campus Activities and Corey Union Office and the Student Government Association (SGA) provide students with information and services to help them meet the unique challenges and opportunities of off-campus living. Be sure to look at our Off-Campus Living booklet. Hard copies are also available. Other free resources available in the office include:
- Tenant's Rights Guide Issued by the NYS Attorney General's Office
- A Guide to Small Claims In The NYS City, Town and Village Courts Issued by the NYS Unified Court System
- Fair Housing Is For Everyone Issued by the City of Cortland's Office of Community Development
Also available for students to look at is a copy of the 2008 Housing Evaluation booklet that was compiled by NYPIRG and the Student Government Association. Check out what your peers have to say about both the landlord and their properties. Copies of this booklet are available in the following locations: Campus Activities Office, SGA Office, Residential Life and Housing Office, NYPIRG Office, and the Resource Room of each campus residence hall. While copies cannot be removed from these locations they can be examined at a student's leisure.
For students who have legal questions pertaining to their lease, security deposit or any other issue, the Student Government Association provides SUNY Cortland students a one-time free referral with a local attorney, as an avenue to receive legal guidance to help students with their specific situation.
Note: In the event students are faced with unsafe living conditions of any kind, they should immediately call the City of Cortland Code Enforcement Office at (607) 753-1741 and/or the Cortland County Health Department at (607) 753-5306.
For more information, contact the Campus Activities and Corey Union Office at (607) 753-2322.