ONEONTA'S LIVE-IN REQUIREMENT
All newly admitted first, full-time freshmen who are single, under twenty-one years of age, and do not live with custodial guardians are required by the College to reside in a residence hall for the first four semesters of his/her college career.
MEDICALLY REQUIRED ACCOMMODATIONS
With advanced notice and appropriate medical documentation, the Office of Residential Community Life can make speciffically required medical housing accommodations. Please review the following guidelines, and then download the appropriate form for your request. The form must be completed and signed by your medical professional who is prescibing the accommodations.
*Guidelines for Application for a Medically Required Accommodation
*Medically Required Single Room Application
*Medically Required Air Conditioner Application
*Medically Required Accommodations other than Single Occupancy or Air Conditioner Application
*Guidelines for requesting a Medically Required Service or Assistance Animal
*Application for a Medically Required Service or Assistance Animal
INDIVIDUAL ROOM PLAN
Individual Room Program (IRP) is a designed double occupancy room that houses only one student. This program is limited in number, and may not be available at all times. This option is available in any double occupancy room on campus, whether be a stand-alone double, or a double bedroom within a larger unit. For more information about this option please contact the Housing Office.
The Residence Life Office provides information to assist you meet the unique challenges and opportunities of off-campus living.
Off-Campus Housing Options