On-Campus Housing Available for Seniors in Fall 2019!
Welcome back to campus for the spring 2019 semester—we have some exciting news to share, particularly for our rising seniors!
During my first year at Buffalo State, I have talked with a number of students about a college policy, established in 2016, that precluded seniors from requesting on-campus housing. This policy was implemented at a time when demand for on-campus housing far exceeded the number of available rooms. The policy also afforded the college the opportunity to complete several much-needed renovations to residence halls in order to provide our students with updated on-campus living and learning environments.
With several renovations to the Tower Complex now complete or nearing completion, and the addition of more than 200 new beds through the conversion of Bishop Hall back to a residence hall last year, we have made significant progress toward our goal of improving and expanding our residence hall offerings. Following productive consultations with students, student leadership, and the campus administration, we are pleased to announce that seniors will once again be permitted to request on-campus housing, beginning in fall 2019—two years ahead of the original timeline.
Students, including rising seniors, wishing to view the on-campus housing options for fall 2019 should visit https://residencelife.buffalostate.edu/housing-options. In the coming weeks, you will receive an email with housing sign up instructions. The housing site will also include a link to sign up for housing, pay your housing deposit, and view your 2019 housing assignment (once the entire campus housing process is complete).
We look forward to seeing many of you in our residence halls next fall and should you have any questions, please call or e-mail the Residence Life office at (716) 878-3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vice President for Student Affairs
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