South Campus Community Standards developed by your friends and neighbors living here on South Campus. South Campus Apartments Community Standards
South Campus Community Standards developed by your friends and neighbors living here on South Campus.
South Campus Apartments Community Standards
South Campus at Syracuse University is home to over 2,400 students living in apartment style housing. While there are six unique neighborhoods for the apartments, they are split into two groups in regards to layout and location.
Chinook Dr., Farm Acre Rd., Lambreth Ln., Small Rd., and Winding Ridge Rd. are collectively called "Skytop Apartments" and consist of two and three bedroom layouts. Click here for layout specifics.
Slocum Heights consist of one or two bedroom apartments and their layouts can be found here.
The apartments on South Campus are managed through a collective effort of the the Office of Residence Life and the Housing, meal Plan and ID Cards Services Office- South Campus. General assistance is available in 206 Goldstein Student Center, and questions about apartment assignments, lockouts/keys and mail can be addressed in 210 Goldstein Student Center.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to your South Campus Apartment!
Reserve the Slocum Heights Community Center in 301 Slocum Heights!
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Listed below are some of the destination signs you may see operating to your bus stop on South Campus and an explanation of where they go.
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.
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