If you have questions about move-in day, call the Office of Residential Community Life at 607-436-3182.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. There are many area motel and bed and breakfast accommodations if you will be arriving before the residence halls open. If you plan to arrive after the start of classes, please notify the Residential Community Life office (607) 436-3182.
Yes. Trunks, boxes
SUNY Oneonta (leave this line out if there
Mailbox # and Residence Hall Name
68 Bugbee Road
Oneonta, NY 13820
You will receive a mailbox number upon arrival and check-in to your residence hall. Use your room number until you know your mailbox number.
There are a number of items that are not allowed in the residence halls. These include extension cords, air conditioners, pets, cooking appliances (i.e. toasters, hot pots, hot plates and other appliances that use electricity to cook food), candles, firearms, ammunition, martial arts
Most mattresses are regular length (80 by 36 inches), however, we do have some extra-long ones in the mix. Since most students like to bring egg crate mattress covers, we suggest twin size extra-long sheets to cover the extra bulk, but regular-size comforters and blankets.
All of our residence halls have modified loft beds (that have the capacity to be raised and lowered) under which is approximately three (3) feet of space at its highest point.
Yes, you may use your own rug; rugs are not provided in the residence hall rooms. However, it is important to first measure the floor in your assigned room to determine an appropriate rug size.
here are blinds covering all windows, but window sizes vary. It is best to measure first before buying curtains or valances for decoration. Curtains must be fire retardant, and a certificate of compliance must be filed with your Residence Hall Director at check-in.
Yes. Refrigerator size is limited to "countertop” height. You can bring your own cube refrigerator or lease one here: http://www.oneonta.edu/oas/microfridge/ Microwaves are permitted, as are coffee makers with an automatic shut off. Be sure to communicate with your roommate before you arrive to coordinate who is bringing what.
Telephone: Basic telephone service, local calls
Television: Cable TV is also provided in each bedroom. Students must provide their own digital-ready TV. The cable TV channel lineup includes HD service, two premium channels (HBO and Showtime), and a selection of music channels.
Data Networks: Wireless network service is available in every residence hall, as are computer labs with computers and printers. Wired network access in residence hall rooms will be provided upon request. Please submit this form when you arrive on campus in the fall. Personal routers and wireless access points are not allowed in the residence halls.
More information on phone, networking and cable service is available here.
It’s free! High-efficiency Maytag front-loading washers and dryers are located in all residence halls. Machine use is unlimited; no quarters needed! For your convenience, you can use our LaundryView service to see if any washers or dryers are available before lugging your laundry to the laundry room – and set up a text alert to let you know when a machine is free.
Snack preparation areas are available in all buildings. These include microwaves and sinks. Double-style buildings (with the exception of Hulbert Hall) and Higgins Hall have kitchens with ovens.
The student activity fee you pay supports a bus service that runs through campus and downtown every half hour. Service begins at 7 a.m. and ends at between 12:30 and 1:30 a.m. on weekdays. The schedule varies on weekends.
Oneonta Bus Lines charters buses to New York City and Long Island during student holiday and vacation time periods. Call (607) 432-4040 for the schedule. Trailways, which can be reached by calling 1-800-858-8555, also provides transportation to and from campus.
After dark, students may contact University Police for an on-campus escort from one location to another. There are also "Blue Light" phones conveniently located around campus in case of an emergency. The "Blue Light" phones are for emergency use only and are directly linked to the University Police Department.
Yes. NBT and Community Bank automatic teller machines (NYCE, PLUS, CIRRUS, VISA,