What to bring & What not to bring
Decorating & Arranging Rooms
Hall Staff & Assistance
Roommates & Guests
Breaks & Duration of Residency
Quiet & Study Hours
Facilities & Services
Rule & Policy Violations
Laundry & Storage
Payment & Cancellations
How are the buildings staffed?
Each residence hall and apartment complex have Resident Assistants (RAs). RAs are full‐time paraprofessional students who live in the hall to assist you! Their main goal is to develop a positive community atmosphere. They can provide you with information about campus life, assist you in becoming involved in hall activities, and provide some guidance for any academic or personal concerns.
The Complex Director (CD) is a full‐time professional staff member with a master’s degree. The Assistant Complex Director (ACD) is a full‐time graduate student pursuing a master’s degree at SUNY Buffalo State. ACDs are supervised by a CD in their daily operation of the residence halls. Both the CD and the ACD oversee the daily operation of the hall, assist with personal problems (like academic concerns, roommate conflicts, and adjusting to college), supervise the hall staff, conduct meetings/hearings, and coordinate special events and programs for the hall. CDs and ACDs hold scheduled office hours during the week and are available in the hall after hours as needed.
Where do I go if I'm locked out of my room?
If you get locked out of your room, please call the Residence Life Office at 716-878-3000 to assist you. You must produce proper ID to establish and verify the assignment of your room. For the protection of all residents, no one will be admitted to a room if that person is not assigned to that room.
There will be a service fee assessed for multiple lock outs.
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