The following policies are implemented for the weekend of November 11, 2016:
The standard guest registration system will not be available to register guests for Friday and Saturday, November 11 and 12. You must utilize the form on the following screen.
You are responsible for your guest’s actions for the entire time they are on campus. SUNY Cortland and its employees reserve the right to remove your guest at any point if their behavior is deemed disruptive or if they are violating College policies. Review the Student Code of Conduct online or see hall staff. Any attempt to alter information or create counterfeit wristbands will result in the immediate removal of your guest and referral to the Student Conduct Office.
Are you returning from a leave of absence? Did you try off campus housing and aren't happy? If you previously lived on campus and would like to return, complete the wait list form that corresponds with the semester you would like to begin your housing.
For fall semester housing: form will be available on the first Monday of February.
For spring semester housing: form will be available on the first Monday of October.
Living in a residence hall is part of the college experience. We want your help to give a glimpse of what life is like living in the residence halls or at West Campus Apartments. Your story could have a lasting impact on prospective students thinking about attending SUNY Cortland.
How did you feel when you first moved in? What is your favorite part about living in a residence hall? Has the staff had a positive impact on you? What do you wish you knew coming in? What will help prospective students who are looking at SUNY Cortland? We want to know. Tell us. Email the completed Your Stories Form (PDF) to email@example.com.
How was your tripling experience? Were you intimidated by it before you started? What was positive about it? What would you tell new students who are uneasy? What do you want to share with others about living in a triple? Submit the completed Your Stories-Tripling Form and your story may be used on the residence life and housing Web page and in publications.
Sexual assault and rape occurs on college campuses. It is perpetrated by college students. There are many misconceptions about these crimes, and education and awareness are the keys to risk reduction.
SHAPE is a program dedicated to developing students to serve as peer resource and referral assistants, educators, and advocates for all students for healthy relationships and sexual assault risk reduction.
S: Speaking Out
P: Providing Resources
As a staff, we believe a residence hall is more than a place for a break from classes. It is a vibrant and active community, the center for student life. We encourage you to develop an awareness of the many opportunities that this presents daily, and challenge you to utilize this setting to increase your leadership abilities.
We feel that it is very important to ensure that the rights of each individual are respected. It is important that your actions contribute to the development of a strong, balanced community within the residence hall.