Due to weather conditions, early morning classes at SUNY Cortland are cancelled. Classes scheduled to start after 10 a.m. will be held as regularly scheduled. Offices will operate as normal, although employees are urged to use caution traveling. Any employee who feels travel is unsafe should contact their supervisor and may use time accruals to stay home.
Visit the Emergency site for more information.
Each residence hall has a live-in professional residence hall director and student staff members, consisting of resident assistants, an administrative assistant and an academic peer mentor. This has been established to help create a positive community in the halls.
You will receive all letter mail in your assigned mailbox located in your residence hall. At opening, everyone is assigned a mailbox by hall staff and provided with a combination. Please check your mail frequently throughout the semester. Letter mail includes:
All packages are delivered to Neubig Hall and you may pick up your package at the service counter located in the basement. You will be notified that a package has been delivered via e-mail and/or text message (you must sign up to receive text messages). Any package that is not picked up within the timeframe specified by ASC will be returned to sender.
Only the student whose name appears in the delivery address may pick up a package. You must show proper identification (SUNY Cortland ID) before the package will be released.
Neubig Hall mail service counter hours:
(Room #) ________ (Residence Hall)
Cortland, NY 13045
113 Alger Hall
Cortland, NY 13045
Please refrain from putting SUNY Cortland, P.O. Box 2000 or the four-digit zip code extension "0900" on the envelope or package or that mail will go to the Residence Life and Housing Office rather than directly to your student's residence hall.
(Building #) ______ West Campus Circle, Apt. # _______
Cortland, NY 13045-3571
Leadership House, Room #_____
94 Prospect Ave.
Cortland, NY 13045
The SUNY Cortland Residence Life and Housing Office offers exemplary facilities while encouraging learning, acceptance, and cooperation that engages all individuals as positive community members by providing opportunities for academic support, civic responsibility, and personal and leadership development.
SUNY Cortland has a strong commitment to a quality residential experience. Residence Life and Housing is responsible for providing a safe, secure, well-maintained environment where students can learn, develop and flourish. The residence hall environment must support students as they pursue their academic program while also allowing students an environment in which to relax and socialize. The residence hall staffing pattern, which includes live-in professionals as well as student staff, has been established to facilitate this kind of balance. It is the staff's responsibility to understand the College’s expectations, to know their students, to be aware of campus resources and to develop programs which complement, support, and enhance the classroom experience.
These policies support the goal of residence life and housing at SUNY Cortland to provide a clean, comfortable, safe and enriching living environment.
SUNY Cortland's Residence Hall Association is one of the largest organizations on campus; its members include every student currently residing in an on-campus Residence Hall.
NRHH is a student-run organization dedicated to recognizing outstanding student leadership on campus. Members of NRHH are expected to lead by example, act as role models to the campus community, make contributions to the organization, campus and Cortland community.