Go to Apply for Housing page.
Follow the instructions below.
Click Here to apply for Alumni Commons housing. This will take you to our eRezLife software system. If you do not remember your password for eRezLife, please click “Forgot username or password” and an email will be sent to your Cobleskill email account with a link to a webpage to reset your password.
Please note: You will only see the survey if you are eligible for the survey population. This means you must have a minimum of 48 anticipated completed credits. This means that your completed credits and your enrolled credits for the current semester must equal 48 completed credits. If you review your Degree Works account to show the number of completed credits and add your total registered credits you will come up with your anticipated completed credits. If that number totals a minimum of 48 then you are eligible to take the survey.
You will be asked to indicate the number of anticipated completed credits and if you are a New or Continuing student. Please enter the number of credits and select Continuing.
You will need to confirm that you information is correct on the screen and then save. You will then need to select from the left blue column the current Academic Year to access the survey.
Question 1: In gender-neutral housing, men and women live in single occupancy bedrooms in potentially gender mixed townhome and suite living arrangements. Suites are occupied by 3 or 4 persons. Townhomes are occupied by 6 persons. Both suites and townhomes have gender-neutral bedrooms. Based on this information, please:
Question 2: Are you a smoker? Please note that ALL RESIDENCE HALL INTERIOR SPACES are smoke-free.
You will receive a receipt and a confirmation email that you have submitted your survey successfully. If you do not have a particular roommate group you are trying to set up then you have completed the survey. If there are particular people you are hoping to live with, please continue on to the Roommate Selection portion of the application process.
If you have completed the application successfully, you will receive an email on or around March 3 from the Residential Life Office with your Housing Lottery selection time.
If you have created a roommate group, the individual with the earliest lottery slot can select a townhome or suite for their roommate group and will be asked if they would like to assign their entire roommate group to that particular townhome or suite.
If you have not created a roommate group, when your housing lottery time becomes available, you will be able to select from any available bed and would be living with people in your suite or townhome at random.