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Syracuse University is more than just a beautiful place to live—it’s a welcoming community where you’ll make lifelong friends and life-changing decisions.

Residential Halls
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Living Learning Communities
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Housing for First-Year Students

Living in a residence hall on campus keeps you close to all the action and provides a convenient home base for studying and relaxing during your first year.

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Housing for Your Second Year and Beyond

Syracuse University provides housing options and assistance to fit a wide range of needs. About 50% of students move to the University’s apartment-style housing on South Campus in their second year.

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Residential Facilities and Apartments

You’ll find it easy to make yourself at home in one of Syracuse’s 21 residence halls or 1100 apartments with diverse accommodations and amenities.

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Off-Campus Living

Whether you live in the University neighborhood or commute from a nearby location, living off-campus offers the opportunity to experience an even larger community.

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Housing Calendar

Take note of important dates and deadlines regarding on-campus housing.

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The sense of community is something that I like best about being a Syracuse student. It has helped me build a home away from home.

Enrique Prejula ’23

Get an inside look at what a dorm room is like in Haven Hall at Syracuse University with Maddy De Vera '25. She will also show you around Ernie Davis Dining hall, her favorite place to grab breakfast on campus.

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Living Learning Communities

Participating in a living learning community provides you the opportunity to live and learn with other students who have similar interests and passions.

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Office of Student Living

Get involved in your residential living community, from resident advisor roles to peer mentoring.

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Off-Campus and Commuter Services

You don’t have to live on campus to be a vital part of the Syracuse University community and make your time on campus count.

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Office of Housing, Meal Plan, and I.D. Card Services

Your source for information on residential facilities, flexible meal plan options and convenient I.D. card services.