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Residence Halls Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions of Residence Hall Occupancy, 2019-2020

The following agreement refers to Davis, Dix, Draper, Fake, Parsons, Pearson, Ten Eyck, Vroman and Wieting Halls. Terms and Conditions of occupancy for Alumni Commons are found on a separate page.


The State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology, Cobleskill, New York, in accordance with Chapter 416 of the Laws of 1988 and SUNY Board of Trustees, has established minimum residence hall living condition standards. These standards state that: 1. SUNY Cobleskill residences are constructed and maintained to conform with all applicable safety codes and health standards; 2. SUNY Cobleskill residence halls provide for a regular schedule of cleaning which is posted in each residence hall; repairs are made as promptly as possible depending upon availability of materials and personnel; 3. SUNY Cobleskill residence halls provide each student resident with adequate living space, furniture such as a bed, desk, dresser space, closet space, and appropriate heat, light, and hot water; 4. SUNY Cobleskill residence halls have established and maintain a procedure for routine and emergency repairs through the Residence Hall Director in conjunction with the campus Facilities Management Department; 5. SUNY Cobleskill residence halls have a procedure for student residents in the event of the loss of services such as heat, light and hot water in residence halls for an extended period. Furthermore, SUNY Cobleskill has established a set of specific guidelines regarding residence hall living as listed in this "RESIDENCE HALL AGREEMENT" which is reviewed and positively affirmed or signed by all students prior to checking into the residence halls at the beginning of the Fall term, or upon first-time entry.


General Terms and Conditions


Assignment Procedure


Charges for the Year




Refund Policies - Established by the State University of New York


Damages - All resident students may be assessed, as authorized by the State University of New York, a Residence Hall damage deposit. Damage account files will be maintained on each student for each semester of residence.


Special Regulations pertaining to COVID-19

Standard Regulations


Quiet Hours


Unconditional Rights of the College


This Agreement