On-Campus Living

Syracuse Welcome is scheduled for Aug. 25-28, 2022. The Fall 2022 Move-In schedule and details can be found below.

Students must have a housing assignment before selecting a move-in day/time. Selections for move-in day/time will take place during mid to late July, as soon as housing assignments are shared with new students. Details regarding the selection process will be emailed to students’ Syracuse University Email Account (i.e., @syr.edu).

Check-In and Move-In

Please note, new residential students who fail to meet these requirements will not be permitted to move into their residence hall or South Campus apartment assignment. Complete details and instructions are available on the Required Tasks webpage. This list is subject to change. Visit the Stay Safe website for the latest updates. 

Move-in details are subject to change as health and safety guidelines change. 

  • International students living on campus should report to their residence hall (North Campus) or Goldstein Student Center (South Campus) upon arrival on Aug. 19-20, 2022.
  • Students moving in for a Pre-Welcome program should follow instructions from the Pre-Welcome program sponsors. This group of students should not sign up for an arrival pass in July.

Move-in Schedule

Fall 2022 DateGroupContact
Aug. 17Marching Band, Most Division I AthletesCoach, Director
Aug. 19-20New International StudentsCenter for International Services
Aug. 21Pre-Welcome Programs: Christian Outreach, 'Cuse First, LOOP: Adirondack, LOOP: Odyssey, Muslim Student Life Mentor ProgramPre-Welcome Contact
Aug. 22Access 'Cuse Pre-Welcome ProgramPre-Welcome Contact
Aug. 22Pre-Welcome Program: Indigenous Student Orientation (Invitation only.)Pre-Welcome Contact
Aug. 22Pre-Welcome Program: FreshFestPre-Welcome Contact
Aug. 22Goon SquadNew Student and Family Programs
Aug. 23Living Learning CommunitiesPre-Welcome Contact
Aug. 24Day One: New StudentsHousing, Meal Plan, and I.D. Card Services
Aug. 24Pre-Welcome Program: Transfer TransitionsPre-Welcome Contact
Aug. 25Day Two: New StudentsHousing, Meal Plan, and I.D. Card Services
Multiple DaysReturning StudentsHousing, Meal Plan, and I.D. Card Services

When you arrive to your residence hall during your scheduled move-in time, you will be greeted by volunteers to assist you. Here are some tips to make this process as smooth as possible.

  • Students will receive an Arrival Pass in August to their Syracuse University email (i.e. @syr.edu). Print this and place it on the dashboard of the vehicle.
  • If arriving by rideshare, the driver may pull up to the residence hall during the assigned move-in time.
  • Plan for minimal family members/supporters to accompany students in the residence hall at one time.
  • Someone must remain with the vehicle while in the unloading area at all times. It cannot be left unattended due to the number of people that need to move in.
  • Before gaining access to the room, the student will go through the check-in process inside the residence hall. While the student completes this process, Goon Squad members, Orientation Leaders, faculty and staff will assist with unloading the vehicle.
  • If you have shipped any items ahead, students may sign for those packages at the Main Desk of the residence hall.
  • Once the vehicle is unloaded, the driver should park the vehicle in the designated parking lot. This may require riding a shuttle or walking back to the residence hall.

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) provide a distinct, personalized housing experience based on your academic interests, passions and studies. Plus, you live on the same floor with other LLC students who share common interests! LLC residents have exclusive access to faculty, staff, peer leaders, and participate in social activities and outings together. Learn more about the 20+ offerings, including academic LLCs, identity-based LLCs and theme housing.

Learn how to apply to join an LLC on the Required Tasks webpage.

Residence Hall Details

Visit the New Student Checklists webpage for a packing checklist and more.

Once you receive your housing and roommate assignment, it is recommended that you explore building floor plans. All student rooms are furnished with a bed (extra-long twin 36”x80”), dresser, desk, desk chair and closet or wardrobe for each student.

 

Housing, Meal Plan, and ID Card Services will notify students of their housing assignment and roommate around mid-July through their Syracuse email address (i.e. @syr.edu). You will receive move-in date/time registration instructions shortly after.

Room and roommate assignments will be emailed to students. Assignments reflect a random placement into one of 16 residential facilities on both North and South Campus. All new first-year students are placed on North Campus while new transfer students are traditionally placed into the transfer student community within the South Campus SkyHalls.

We strongly encourage you to contact your roommate to become acquainted and begin a discussion on sharing a room. You will have some important things to discuss and consider as you begin a relationship with your new roommate. Once you arrive and are settled into your room, you will have follow-up discussions and complete a roommate agreement, administered through Student Living. We realize that sharing a living space with someone new can create anxiety and stress for some, but we’re hopeful that you will be able to connect with your new roommate prior to coming to campus and get to know them.

Please understand that the University will not grant room changes for any reason prior to your on-campus arrival. Collectively as a University we believe that the residential college experience is about learning new things and meeting/living with people who are different from you. We think that you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the connections that you can make when you step outside of your comfort zone.

Residence halls will be prepared to begin receiving packages so you can lighten the load of your trip to Syracuse! More information about shipping ahead will be shared during the summer.

Your shipping and mailing address is shown on your housing assignment confirmation. You will be assigned a mailbox at your residence hall check-in. Please note, you should not include “Syracuse University” in your mailing address. For exact street addresses of residential facilities, please visit the Residence Hall webpage.

Residence Halls

Full Name

Residence Hall

Street Address

Syracuse, NY 13244

South Campus Apartments

Full Name

Building Number, Street Name

Apartment Number

Syracuse, NY 13244

All South Campus apartments have mailbox clusters for mail delivery. They are located close to apartments and along walkways and driveways. Each apartment is assigned a mailbox. Residents are issued mailbox keys at check-in. Clusters also contain package delivery boxes for large items.

    • Housekeeping: A full-time University housekeeping staff employed by Facility Services, cleans lounges, public bathrooms and other public areas seven days a week. Students are responsible for cleaning their own room.
    • Laundry: Clothes washers and dryers are provided in all residence halls and on south campus for any residential student - no money needed! The Syracuse University Campus Store offers a dry cleaning service.
    • Linens: Students will need to bring their own bed linens, pillows and towels to campus.
    • Storage: There is no storage in the residence halls or South Campus apartments for the summer or a semester abroad. Lazybones is the University's official storage company for students. Learn more today!