Residence Halls

West Campus:
Boland Hall / Brewster Hall /Brockway Hall / Lawrinson Hall / Sadler Hall

Mount Olympus
Day Hall / Flint Hall

East Campus:
Booth Hall / DellPlain Hall / Ernie Davis Hall / Haven Hall / Kimmel Hall / Marion Hall / Oren Lyons Hall / Shaw Hall / Walnut Hall / Washington Arms / Watson Hall

South Campus:
Skyhall I, II, and III

 

Boland Hall

Highlights

  • Named for John C. Boland, Class of 1899 and College of Law Class of 1901, and May L. Boland
  • Occupied in 1968
  • Houses approximately 290 first year students
  • Eight residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

401 Van Buren Street
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Boland Hall include singles and split-doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Study/social lounge on each floor
  • Laundry in basement
  • Connected to Brockway Dining Hall

 

Booth Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Willis H. Booth, Honorary Doctor of Laws, 1955; Honorary Trustee, 1956
  • Occupied in 1963
  • Houses approximately 290 returning students
  • Eight residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

505 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Booth Hall include singles, open doubles, split doubles, two-person suites, and four-person suites. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Suites are also furnished with a couch and table.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Study/social lounge on each floor
  • Kitchens on floors
  • Laundry in basement

 

Brewster Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Neal Brewster, College of Law Class of 1902 and Mabel Brewster Pierce
  • Occupied in 1968
  • Houses approximately 410 first year students
  • Twelve residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

401 Van Buren Street
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Brewster Hall include singles, split-doubles, and four-person suites. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Suites are also furnished with a couch and table.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Study/social lounge on each floor
  • Laundry in basement
  • Connected to Brockway Dining Hall

 

Brockway Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Dr. Perle Brown Brockway, College of Medicine Class of 1908
  • Occupied in 2005
  • Houses approximately 30 first year students
  • One residential floor – coed by room
  • Brockway Dining Hall located in building

Mailing Address

401 Van Buren Street
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Brockway Hall include singles and open doubles. All rooms are carpet-free. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Study and social lounges
  • Air conditioned building
  • Computer cluster
  • Laundry in basement
  • Connected to Brockway Dining Hall

 

Day Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Dr. James Roscoe Day, SU Chancellor 1894 to 1922
  • Occupied in 1958
  • Houses approximately 615 first year students
  • Eight residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

1 Mount Olympus Drive
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Day Hall include singles, open doubles, and split doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms & Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Study/social lounge on each floor
  • Laundry in basement
  • Connected to Graham Dining Center

 

DellPlain Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Dr. Morse O. DellPlain, President of Welsbach Engineering and Management Corporation, Class of 1905, 1951H, SU trustee 1956 to 1962
  • Occupied in 1961
  • Houses approximately 475 students
  • Eight residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

601 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in DellPlain Hall include singles, open doubles, split doubles, two-person suites, and four-person suites. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Suites are also furnished with a couch and table.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Study/social lounge on each floor
  • Laundry on first floor

 

Ernie Davis Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Ernie Davis, class of 1962; two-time All-American college football selection and first African American to win Heisman Trophy (1961)
  • Occupied in 2009
  • Houses approximately 250 students
  • Seven residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

619 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Ernie Davis Hall include singles and split doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Study/social lounges on each floor
  • Laundry on floors
  • Connected to Ernie Davis Dining Hall
  • Connected to Ernie Davis Fitness Center

 

Flint Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Dr. Charles Wesley Flint, Chancellor 1922 to 1936
  • Occupied in 1956
  • Houses approximately 490 first year students
  • Four residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

2 Mount Olympus Drive
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Flint Hall include singles and open doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Study/social lounge on each floor
  • Team study rooms
  • Laundry in basement
  • Connected to Graham Dining Hall

 

Haven Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Rev. Erastus O. Haven, second Chancellor of SU, 1874-1880
  • Occupied in 1964
  • Houses approximately 375 students
  • Eleven residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

400 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Haven Hall include singles, one-person suites, open doubles, split doubles, two-person suites, and four-person suites. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Suite furnishings include a couch and table.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Social lounge on each floor
  • Laundry in basement
  • 24 hour quiet study room

 

Kimmel Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Claude L. Kimmel, Class of 1905, SU trustee
  • Occupied in 1962
  • Houses approximately 120 returning students
  • Three residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

311 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Kimmel Hall include open doubles and an open triple. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Laundry in basement
  • Connected to Kimmel Food Court
  • Computer cluster

 

Lawrinson Hall

Highlights

  • Named for William Henry and Elizabeth M. Lawrinson, parents of Ronald K. Lawrinson, New Jersey dairy executive
  • Occupied in 1965
  • Houses approximately 540 students
  • Twenty residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

303 Stadium Place
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Lawrinson Hall include singles, split doubles, and corner doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Social and student lounge on each floor
  • Laundry on each floor
  • Music room
  • Penthouse gathering space
  • Connected to Sadler Hall via tunnel

 

Sadler Hall

Highlights

  • Named for John W. Sadler, class of 1896 and former Surrogate Judge of Onondaga County, and his sister Nettie M. Sadler, class of 1900
  • Occupied in 1960
  • Houses approximately 490 first year students
  • Eight residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

1000 Irving Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Sadler Hall include singles, open doubles, and split doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Study/social lounge on each floor
  • Team study rooms
  • Laundry in basement
  • Connected to Sadler Dining Hall

 

Marion Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Frank J. Marion, class of 1890, motion picture pioneer and University trustee
  • Occupied in 1954
  • Houses approximately 145 returning students
  • Three residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

305 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Marion Hall include open doubles and a single. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms
  • Laundry in basement
  • Fitness Center

 

Oren Lyons Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Oren Lyons, Class of 1958
  • Occupied in 1971
  • Houses approximately 40 returning students
  • Three residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

401 Euclid Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Oren Lyons Hall include singles, open doubles, open triples, and three-person suites. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Suites are also furnished with a couch and table.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Laundry in basement
  • Social and study lounges

 

Shaw Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Robert Shaw, late husband of May M. Shaw, who started in the bakery business in Chicago and later became official at Union Carbide
  • Occupied in 1952
  • Houses approximately 475 students
  • Five residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

201 Euclid Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Shaw Hall include singles, open doubles, and split doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Laundry in basement
  • Social and study lounges
  • Connected to Shaw Dining Hall

 

Walnut Hall

Highlights

  • Occupied in 1997
  • Houses approximately 60 returning students
  • Four residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

809 Walnut Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Walnut Hall include singles and open doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Laundry in basement
  • Social and study lounges

 

Washington Arms

Highlights

  • Occupied in 1946
  • Houses approximately 70 returning students
  • Four residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

621 Walnut Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Washington Arms include open doubles with baths and two- and three-person suites with baths. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Suites are also furnished with a couch and table.

Building Features

  • Bathrooms located within rooms/suites
  • Laundry in basement
  • Kitchens on floors
  • Social and study lounges

 

Watson Hall

Highlights

  • Named for Thomas J. Watson, Sr., President of IBM 1914-1949 when land donated to SU for Triple Cities College, SU Trustee
  • Occupied in 1954
  • Houses approximately 460 returning students
  • Four residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

405 University Place
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types in Watson Hall include singles, open doubles, two-, three-, four-, and six-person suites. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Suites are also furnished with a couch and table.

Building Features

  • Bathrooms located within rooms/suites
  • Laundry in basement
  • Kitchens on floors
  • Social and study lounges

 

Skyhalls

Highlights

  • Named for their Skytop area location
  • Occupied in 1966
  • Three building complex houses approximately 270 students
  • Nine residential floors – coed by room

Mailing Address

410-430 Lambreth Lane
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room-types with the Skyhalls include large singles and open doubles. Furnishings include a bed (XL twin), desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet for each student. Large single rooms are furnished with full sized beds.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Laundry on the floors
  • Social/study lounges