Dix, Draper, and Pearson Residence Halls
Dix, Draper, and Pearson Halls, also referred to as “The Quad,” house our Traditional Experience lifestyle. Traditional housing offers a larger range of students the ability to live in an environment with students at all levels of degree progress, from freshman through senior. It allows every type of student to live in a building where they can learn from each other to be engaged and become connected to the campus.
Dix Hall also houses the majority of international students on campus. In addition to the Traditional Experience lifestyle, additional services and programming are provided to the international students to aid them in their transition to SUNY Cobleskill.
Dix, Draper, and Pearson Halls are three story buildings, set up in a corridor style with separate bathrooms for males and females. Each building contains a main lounge that is bigger for larger group activities or multiple small group activities. In addition each floor contains smaller lounges for floor residents. Study lounges are also available on the ground, second, and third floors. Each building also has a kitchen available for student use.
- Superior Singles
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Please note that photos are a basic representation of rooms on campus.
Rooms may vary on the set-up and layout.
Emily Ega, Vandeth Soeu, Joseph LaMonica, Syed Mansoor, Karin Gaballa, Anne Saint Juste (SRA), Syd Bloom (RD)
Eric Brito, Abbey Perkins (RD), Joel Riley, Robin LaRochelle, Matthew Aniolowski (SRA), Samantha Hackett, Rebecca Vlack
Colin Brooks, Jeffrey Espinal, Chris Stanonis (RD), Nat Tompkins (SRA), Carolyn Deneault, Autumn Butler, Sophie LaRochelle