Residential communities

You can learn about each hall/community by clicking on an image below.

West Campus

Central Campus

Lakeside

image link to Cayuga Hall information 
Cayuga Hall


image link to Funnelle Hall information 
Funnelle Hall


image link to Johnson Hall information 
Johnson Hall


image link to Seneca Hall information 
Seneca Hall


image link to Hart Hall information 
Hart Hall


image link to Riggs Hall information 
Riggs Hall


image link to Oneida Hall information 
Oneida Hall


image link to Mackin Complex (Moreland Hall and Lonis Hall) information 
Mackin Complex
(Moreland/Lonis)
image link to Scales Hall information 
Scales Hall


image link to Onondaga Hall information 
Onondaga Hall


image link to Sheldon Hall information 
Sheldon Hall


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Waterbury Hall


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Village Townhouse
Apartments



Regardless of which hall you live in, you can be assured you'll find a lot of interesting and fun things to do as well as the potential for a great "home-away-from-home" atmosphere. Each residence hall room is typically designed for two students and furnished with a bed, mattress, dresser, desk, chair, floor lamp and closet for each resident. Coordinating the furnishings and arrangements of your room is a good opportunity to become better acquainted with your new roommate(s).

Check out your furniture layout options! Sign up through your myHousing.oswego.edu account.

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