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Shea Hall

Shea Hall was built in 1956 and is named after James M. Shea who was a Cortland native and graduated from the College in 1896. James M. Shea also taught at his alma mater for eight years before becoming a school administrator and city councilman in Syracuse, N.Y.

Shea Hall is a three-story, corridor-style building. It houses both upper-class students and new students. 

Shea Hall Highlights

  • The first-floor recreation room is equipped with a pool table and TV.
  • Kitchens are available on the first-third floors. This kitchen is equipped with a sink, stove/oven and a microwave.
  • The study lounge is located on the first floor.
  • There are additional lounges located on the second and third floors where students can relax or study outside of their residence hall room.
  • The student staff office and the RHD’s office are both located on the first floor.
  • The laundry facilities are located on the ground floor; you use your college ID as a form of payment for vending.  The cost for use of the laundry machines is included in your dining plan.
  • Shea Hall is conveniently located near dining facilities in Neubig Hall and Corey Union and academic buildings.
  • The entire building has wireless Internet access.

Shea Hall Room Dimensions

Please be aware that these dimensions are approximate and may vary from room to room.

Double
    14.7' x 12.6' floor
    6.5' x 4' window
    3.5' x 6.9' x 2.2' closet 

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Shea Hall Photo Gallery

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Shea Hall Staff

Residence Hall Director (RHD)

Shea Hall is managed by a full-time professional residence hall director (RHD) who both lives and works in the hall.

Photo of Justin Neretich- RHD

Justin Neretich
RHD Office Phone: 607-753-4158
Student Staff Office Phone: 607-753-2623

Resident Assistants (RA)

Each floor has one or two resident assistants, totaling seven RAs in Shea Hall.