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
What can residents bring to campus?
Rooms are furnished with beds, desks, desk chairs, closets, dressers, window shades, and floor lamps. To make your residential experience more comfortable you might consider bringing:
Certain items are not allowed within the Residence Halls. If you are unsure whether an item is prohibited and it is not included in the list below, refer to the Student Code of Conduct or Residence Life License Terms and Conditions. You may also contact our office at 716-878-3000 for clarification.
Items may be confiscated during Health and Safety and Fire Marshal inspections.
Does BSC supply phones for our rooms?
Students are responsible for providing their own telephone equipment. Each room has one phone outlet. Requests for phone service should be made to Verizon at 890-7100. For telephone service repairs please contact 890-6611.
Can I have a pet?
The only Pets residents are allowed are fish. Fish must be in a Ten Gallon Tank or less. (Exceptions may be granted for students requiring service animals.)
Can a student have a car on campus?
First-year and sophomore residents are prohibited from parking on-campus. See the link http://suny.buffalostate.edu/parking for further information on parking. For information concerning permit costs and parking locations, please contact the Student Accounts Office at (716) 878-3400.
Is alcohol allowed on campus?
First -Year Areas (Bengal, Cassety, Neumann, North Wing, and Perry Hall) are dry areas where no alcohol is allowed.
Unless you are 21 years of age or older, you are prohibited from possessing and/or consuming alcoholic beverages within the residence halls. All use of alcohol within the residence halls must be consistent with New York State and Buffalo State policies. Consumption of alcoholic beverages within the residence halls is a privilege. The Residence Life Office has formulated policies which foster an atmosphere conducive to individual choice and the responsible consumption of alcoholic beverages. It is our hope that these policies will prevent alcohol-related behavioral problems, promote your health and safety, and preserve your living environment.
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