Gender inclusive housing is available for students who wish to reside together within a floor, room, or suite regardless of their gender, gender identity, or gender expression.
You are expected to understand the importance of accepting individuals for who they are, respecting one another’s differing viewpoints and ideas, and embracing those differences by encouraging an educated, supportive living environment. These expectations are not only a part of everyday living, but are part of the everyday practice of building interpersonal relationships and civility. We hope that you will become an advocate for inclusion on campus and an ally to other students around you. We also hope that you will become a leader and active member of the SUNY Cortland community.
Double rooms in four- or six- person suites, double rooms in corridor style and single rooms in four-person apartments.
Yes. you must sign the Gender Inclusive Housing Living Agreement. View the living agreement (PDF). Download the document to complete electronically.
The ultimate goal for Gender Inclusive Housing is to develop a community for all students who choose to participate to feel accepted and supported. This floor is open to students, regardless of gender identity and as space is available, who would like to grow not only as individuals, but as student leaders and active citizens in society.
Please agree to these statements if you intend to participate in our Gender Inclusive Housing option. Remember that by signing this form you agree to adhere to the expectations of this community, and you will actively work towards fostering this inclusive living environment for the other individuals involved.
Gender inclusive housing is currently located in Casey Tower, DeGroat Hall (fall 2016) and West Campus Apartments. In some of our other residence halls, we do offer bedrooms with private bathrooms for you to use. View the single-use bathroom listing.