Wear your favorite orange gear in support of the SU community every Wednesday this semester. The WOW campaign will feature different themed challenges each month, all featuring an opportunity for SU students to show us how you WOW!
The BE Wise campaign strives to generate awareness of alcohol poisoning, how to avoid it, its signs, and how to respond to it.
STOP Bias is an educational campaign dedicated to preventing acts of bias on the SU campus.
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.
If students should want to get rid of the following items, they can follow the information in the 2 websites listed below.
TV’s ( small sizes ) no larger than 25 inches
Recycling electronics / Trash removal information can also be found on the following website.
Syracuse University info.
How to and what to recycle is described in detail as well.
Off campus recycling info.
Hello South Campus Resident,
Now that the end of the semester is quickly approaching, please make sure to read and remember the following important policies and procedures to ensure that your year ends smoothly:
Lock Your Doors:
Please make sure that you are continuing to lock your door when you leave your apartment. According to the Department of Public Safety, it is suggested that you also lock your door when you’re inside your apartment either upstairs or sleeping to ensure that you are protecting yourself and your belongings. Please refer to the Department of Public Safety’s South Campus safety guidelines for more information here.
Trash and Recyclables:
As you prepare to head out for the semester, please be advised that TV’s (no larger than 25 inches), microwaves, mini-fridges, and small electronics cannot be thrown out in the dumpsters. If you are looking to dispose of these items and need assistance, please call Fixit at 315-443-1783 to make arrangements for these to be picked up.
Please make sure that you continue to recycle and remove trash in an appropriate manner throughout the end of the year. Disposing of your trash and recyclables in areas other than the Syracuse Haulers’ provided dumpsters is a violation of the Office of Residence Life’s Departmental Standards – Care of Premises, Section 4(a) and the Terms and Conditions of Student Housing, Section 10 (c) and (d). If trash is noticed outside of your apartment in any capacity then you may be billed for its removal and a meeting may be set up with a member of the Office of Residence Life to discuss the situation.
If your apartment has any furniture located outside of your apartment (on your sidewalk, on the lawn in back of your apartment, etc.) please make sure to bring this inside as soon as possible. Furniture located outside of your apartment can be damaged by the elements and your apartment may be billed for its replacement.
For more information about recycling electronics and trash removal information, please go to the Syracuse University Sustainability website for more information here.
24 Hour Quiet Hours and Noise Violations:
24 hour quiet hours will begin on the last day of classes at 9:00 PM on 4/28/15, and will continue through 5:00 PM on 5/6/15 when exams end. Individuals who interfere the ability for others to sleep or study may be documented and referred to the Office of Residence Life for Residential Policy violations. Please remember that 24 hour quiet hours are designed to maintain an atmosphere conducive to academic study. If you would like to report a noise violation and would like immediate assistance please contact the Department of Public Safety at 315-443-2224.
The University also expects for students to uphold 24 hour courtesy hours to ensure that neighbors are able to sleep and study throughout the academic year. Prior to the beginning of 24 hour quiet hours, please make sure that you are respecting others around you by keeping your noise levels low both inside and outside of your apartment.
Departure Dates and Request to Stay Late:
As of 4/1/15, all students received an e-mail directing them to their MyHousing portal on MySlice to review closing information and select a departure date. The portal will be closed on 4/22/15 (tomorrow), so please make sure you select your departure date as soon as possible if you have not done so already.
Students are expected to depart from their apartment 24 hours after their last exam. The South Campus Housing Office is able to provide permission for students to request to stay late provided a student has a legitimate reason or need to stay (ex: graduation, need to work, completing internship, sibling graduating, moving to summer housing on Sunday, ride leaving later, etc.). Request to stay late forms are only available by sending an e-mail to William Longcore at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Stay Late Request” in the subject line. This will automatically generate a reply to the student with a PDF of the form attached to it.
Request to stay late forms will be due by 5:00 PM on 4/22/15 (tomorrow) to the South Campus Housing Office in the Goldstein Student Center.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the information in this e-mail please contact the South Campus Office of Residence Life at 315-443-3893 or email@example.com
Check out the bus schedule for South Campus! Click HERE or follow the link below:
Welcome to your South Campus Apartment! As you settle into your apartment, there is a lot to think about. Who is going to take out the trash? Are you sharing food with your apartmentmates? What about buying food and toilet paper? Who is cleaning the bathroom?
In order to help you through questions like these, the South Campus Office of Residence Life has developed an Apartment Living Agreement. Find the form here.
Follow our new mascot Lil'O around South Campus!
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.