Explore your options for living on the Saint Rose campus.

Housing on-campus is available to men and women enrolled in undergraduate programs. Options include traditional corridor-style buildings, suite-style, townhouses, Victorian-style houses and apartments. Most residence halls contain a common room, a kitchen, and laundry facilities. Rooms are furnished with standard twin beds, dressers, desks, chairs, closet or wardrobe, and basic cable television access. The apartments are also furnished.

We recognize the many benefits that living on-campus can add to a student’s college experience. We know that students who live in college-provided housing perform better academically, are more involved in campus life, more likely to be involved in a variety of campus activities and more likely to be connected to the College long after graduation. We take pride in the programs, support, and living arrangements we offer our students to help them persist and be successful long after they leave Saint Rose.

First-year Housing

Housing for traditional first-year students is in Brubacher Hall, Lima Hall, or Riley, Carondelet, and Cavanaugh Halls (RCC).

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Transfer Housing

Housing for incoming transfer students is available in Golub Hall or Quillinan Hall.

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Upperclass Housing

Housing for upperclass students is available in a variety of campus residences, including suite-style buildings, townhouses, Victorian-style houses, and apartments.

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Undergraduate Apartments

Housing for undergraduate students who wish to enjoy the convenience of apartment living on-campus.

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Graduate Apartments

Housing for graduate students who wish to enjoy the convenience of apartment living on-campus.

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