Know the Residential Policies

The Office of Residence's Lifes Residential Policices reflect the rights and responsibilities of all Syracuse University SUNY-ESF residential students. Violation of these policies will result in meeting with the Residence Life staff and/or the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities and may result in an educational and/or disciplinary sanction.

CLICK HERE to view these policies.


Register Your Guest

Subject to prior discussion with, and the express approval of all roommates, a student may host an overnight guest. In the interests of the rights of roommates other residents, there are limits to the duration and frequency of such visits. Further the resident host is responsible for the behavior of their guest. Please read the Office of Residence Life Guest Policy thoroughly before registering your guest.

Register Your Guest Here


Orange After Dark is a series of late-night events that enhance the total college experience.


#BeWise - The Be Wise Campaign

The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.

The Staff


The Staff

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"We create residential communities where living and learning experiences prepare students to pursue their life goals."

We value...


Secure residential environments and healthy decision making.


Environments that support academic success, meaningful dialogue, and personal growth.


Welcoming communities that provide students opportunities to appreciate diversity, explore privilege, and embrace individual identities.


A sense of belonging created through caring relationships, collective responsibility, and respect for one another.

Engaged Citizenship:

Learning about, taking responsibility for, and engaging with the world.

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Move to South Campus

November 5, 2016 (3pm - 5pm)


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Alternative Spring Break

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Alternative Spring Break

Join SU/ESF undergraduate students in Washington, DC for an experience that will  center on issues of hunger and homelessness. Spend five days volunteering with  different non-profit agencies that focus on assisting those in need. In the downtime, you will have the opportunity to explore the sights of our nation’s capital.

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NRHH "Of the Month"


Nominate a person or program for an OTM!

Nominate a person or program for an "Of the Month Award" (OTM)!


STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.

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