Riverview at SUNY Delhi
Riverview at SUNY Delhi
Riverview Townhouses are an upper division community located next to Price Chopper (local grocery store). The community is close enough to campus but has the feel of off-campus living. Riverview residents are part of the general community of Delhi. Living in Riverview Townhouses is a privilege and residents are held to high standards of behavior.
The Riverview Townhouses offer students an independent living environment in a small group setting. The Townhouses are fully furnished for 7, 8, or 10 students and feature double and single rooms, a full eat-in kitchen, living room, central heating and air conditioning, and a washer and dryer in each unit. This alternative housing option is for students who are successful both academically and socially at SUNY Delhi.
To view schematic drawings of the typical layouts:
Eligibility to live at Riverview Townhouses
Applicants to Riverview Townhouses must demonstrate that they are able to live independently and peaceably in a community of their peers. To be eligible to live in Riverview, you must have a combination of the following:
- Be a continuing student or incoming transfer student with at least 15 earned academic credits as of the end of the fall semester or be an eligible international student
- Have at least a 2.50 cumulative grade point average
- Be in good academic standing with the college
- Have no significant judicial history
Some of the benefits to living at Riverview Townhouses include:
- Weekday shuttle service to and from campus; no need to fight for a parking space on campus. Shuttle service hours.
- Full kitchens in each Townhouse and no requirement to have an on-campus meal plan
- Utilities, wireless internet, trash and snow removal, and more included in the cost of rent so there are no more additional housing bills to pay
- Can stay over breaks during the semester
- Independent, quiet living environment
- Community Room with a pool table, ping pong, foosball, flat screen TV, and games
Special Interest Areas
Coed Townhouses: Eight or ten students wanting to live in a gender-balanced coed townhouse. All students in a group applying for the coed option must be planning to attend SUNY Delhi for the entire academic year and must meet all of the requirements to live at Riverview Townhouses.
Veterinary Science Townhouses: Working in conjunction with the Veterinary Science Program, we are providing the opportunity for returning upperclassmen Vet Science majors to live in a community together. There are Peer Mentors (upperclassmen Vet Sci students) living at Riverview Townhouses to aid in students' learning. In addition, this includes the opportunity for residents in the Vet Sci designated Townhouses to have a small caged animal if residents apply for approval individually.
For more information regarding Riverview at SUNY Delhi, please consult the Riverview Housing Policy Guide, send an email to email@example.com, or stop by the Office of Residence Life located in 111 Catskill Hall.
Riverview Townhouses are owned and operated by Riverview at Delhi, a subsidiary of the College Foundation at Delhi, Inc.
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