SUNY Delhi currently operates seven coed residence halls which are all located on the main campus in close proximity to MacDonald Hall dining center and academic buildings.
- The Residence Hall system houses approximately 1,700 students.
- There are Resident Assistants (one to every 30 students) living on all of the floors in each residence hall.
- The main entrances of the residence halls are locked at all times and can be accessed by students swiping their ID card in the card access reader.
- Each hall has a Resident Assistant office, laundry rooms, a large screen TV and lounges.
- There is a full-time Residence Hall Director or Complex Coordinator living in each hall.
- Students may access the internet from their residence hall rooms via their own computer with a wireless network card.
- Residential students can utilize all washers and dryers in the residence hall they're assigned to. The machines do not require any coins or a card swipe for usage.
For pictures and descriptions of each of the residence halls follow the links below:
Catskill Hall is an upper division Residence Hall available to continuing students, transfer students, and incoming international students. To be eligible to live in Catskill, you must have at least 15 earned academic credits and no significant judicial history.Read More About Catskill Hall >
Gerry Hall was the first residence hall built at SUNY Delhi. The building is named after Angelica L. Gerry of Lake Delaware, NY, an individual who had shown great generosity to SUNY Delhi for many years. Gerry is pronounced with a hard "g" sound, not a "j" sound.Read More About Gerry Hall >
DuBois Hall is named after the second President of SUNY Delhi, who served from 1917 to 1929, and it is pronounced "doo-boys." DuBois Hall houses 235 students in an L-shaped building. Student rooms are located along both sides of long corridor hallways.Read More About DuBois Hall >
Murphy Hall is the sister building to O'Connor Hall. It is a four-story residence hall with a large lounge in the center of the building. Student rooms are located along the corridors with four common bathrooms and shower facilities per floor.Read More About Murphy Hall >
The name of the building is from a local family that has been very generous in their support of SUNY Delhi. The same family runs the "O'Connor Foundation," which is a philanthropic endowment that benefits the residents of Delaware County, NY.Read More About O'Connor Hall >
Russell Hall is the largest residence hall at SUNY Delhi, housing approximately twice as many students as any of the other halls. Despite its overall size, there are small, close-knit environments on each floorRead More About Russell Hall >