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

Additional Buildings:
The Syracuse University Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center / University Village Apartments on Colvin / 206 Walnut Place / The Harry and Lillian Marley Education Center (765 Irving Avenue)

  Boland Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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.

Building Features

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

Brewster Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

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.

Building Features

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

 Brockway Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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

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

 DellPlain Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

Rooms

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

Building Features

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

 Ernie Davis Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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.

Building Features

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

 Kimmel Hall Exterior Picture

Kimmel Hall

Highlights

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

Mailing Address

311 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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

 Sadler Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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.

Building Features

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

 Shaw Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

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 Exterior Picture

Walnut Hall

Highlights

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

Mailing Address

400 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

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 Exterior Picture

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 13244

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.

Building Features

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

 Watson Hall Exterior Picture

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 13244

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.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms & a few bathrooms located within rooms/suites
  • Laundry in basement
  • Kitchenettes (microwave & sink) on 2nd-4th floors
  • Social and study lounges

 Skyhall Exterior Picture

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 13244

Rooms

Room-types with the Skyhalls 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 on the floors
  • Social/study lounges

Additional Buildings

Sheraton Exterior Picture

The Syracuse University Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center

Highlights

  • Students living at the Sheraton will have access to the hotel’s amenities, on-site laundry, and fitness center.
  • Conveniently located near Marshall Street

Mailing Address

801 University Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room types at the Sheraton Hotel are all double rooms with bath.  Furnishings for each student include a  double bed, wardrobe closet/hotel closet and 4-drawers storage, small refrigerator, desk and chair. Students will need to provide their own bedding. Additional questions may be answered by viewing this Frequently Asked Questions document.

Building Features

  • Bathroom located within rooms, cleaned weekly. Toilet paper is provided. All other supplies students will need to provide.
  • On-site laundry
  • Fitness Center access

University Village Apartments Exterior Image

University Village Apartments on Colvin

Highlights

  • Students living at University Village Apartments have free parking and full kitchens. All apartments are fully furnished.

Mailing Address

315 Small Road
Syracuse, New York 13210

Rooms

Room types at the University Village Apartments are all four-bedroom apartments with individual bedrooms and bathrooms

Building Features

  • Private bathrooms located within each bedroom
  • In-apartment washer and dryer
  • Air conditioning
  • On-site fitness center
  • Free parking
  • Full kitchen

206 Walnut Place

Highlights

  • This former sorority house has recently been renovated by the University and converted in to single and double rooms for student housing.
  • Conveniently located near the Whitman School of Management and Marshall Street.

Mailing Address

WP Resident Room #
400 Comstock Ave.
Syracuse, New York 13244

Rooms

Room types at this residence building are single and double occupancy.

Building Features

  • Gender inclusive individual bathrooms
  • Free on-site laundry

Marley Exterior Picture

The Harry and Lillian Marley Education Center

Highlights

  • Former home of the Crouse Hospital nursing program
  • Air-conditioned single and double room options.
  • Conveniently located near the Newhouse School of Public Communications and Marshall Street.

Mailing Address

Marley Resident Room #
401 Van Buren St.
Syracuse, New York 13244

Rooms

Room types at this residence building are single and double occupancy.

Building Features

  • Single gender shared bathrooms and a gender inclusive individual bathroom
  • Free on-site laundry
  • Air Conditioning