Request to Live Off Campus
Request to Live Off Campus
This form is for currently enrolled students who are requesting to live off campus for the next academic year or incoming students.
Per SUNY Board of Trustees policy, all full-time undergraduate students must live in SUNY Delhi residence facilities; students who meet the following exceptions are not required to reside in SUNY Delhi residence facilities:
- married students
- students living with parents or guardians and commuting (within a 50 mile radius)
- students 21 years of age or older, prior to October 1 of the academic year in which they enroll (prior to March 1 for those enrolling for the spring semester)
- Other requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis
Once you submit your request, you will immediately receive an email to your Delhi email address confirming we have received your request to live off campus. Within three business days you will receive an email from the Office of Residence Life letting you know if your request to live off campus has been approved or not.
By completing this form, you are not guaranteed to be allowed to move off campus.
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