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Residence Halls

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Clarkson is more than just a place to go to school. Apart from the excellent formal classroom education, you will begin to make new friends and embark upon a new lifestyle spending a considerable amount of time getting involved in various activities. Clarkson University housing accommodates students with community building programs and well-equipped facilities. Each of the residence halls are outlined below.

Cubley, Reynolds, Ross, Brooks (Quad)  quad
These four residence halls connect in an "H" formation is sometimes referred to as the Quad. They are also referred to by students in a larger sense as Cubley-Reynolds and Ross-Brooks. Each hall has four floors (one RA per floor) with 12-25 rooms per floor. Each room accommodates two people or 24-50 first-year students per floor. The bathrooms are located at either end of the floor and each has its own lounge with comfortable seating, a microwave, and a TV. Each room in the Quad is a carpeted 15'10" x 11'8" living space with basic furnishings including: lofted bed, desk, built-in chest, window drapes, and closet. Rooms on the fourth floor are not carpeted.


Student Administrative Services (SAS), laundry service, the Empire Diner, and the Ross-Brooks Cafe are located in the center "core" of the Quad. Both the Empire Diner and Ross-Brooks Cafe have TVs and the Empire Diner serves as a lounge during the evenings and on the weekend.

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 Hamlin-Powers
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This complex houses 50 students per floor (first-year and upperclass), four floors per building (one RA per floor), with double and single occupancy rooms. Each room in the Hamlin-Powers complex is a carpeted 16' x 11'18" living space with basic furnishings including: lofted bed, desk, chest and closet. Rooms on the fourth floor are not carpeted. The bathrooms are located at various places on each floor.


In addition, in the center "core" there is a game room, Healthy Pantry, lounge, and a multipurpose classroom.

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 Moore House
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This houses about 150 students (mostly upperclass) and has rooms set up as suites. A suite consists of two bedrooms with a private bathroom between, accommodating two students per bedroom and four per suite. Each room in Moore House is a carpeted 11'8" x 18' living space with a basic furnishings including: bed, desk, chest and closet.


Beyond this, Moore House is home to the CEO Floor, a dynamic residence hall learning community for outstanding second-year students in partnership with the School of Business. There is also a lounge in the center "core" and a TV game room, as well as laundry services in the basement.

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 Graham Hall
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The hall consists of four separate wings: Wilson, VanNote, Donahue and Olson. Each wing houses 60 students (mostly upperclass), 20 per floor (one RA per wing) and has rooms set up as suites (two bedrooms with a private bathroom between accommodating two students per bedroom, four per suite). Each room in Graham Hall is a carpeted 12' x 14' living space with basic furnishings including: bed, desk, chest and closet. In addition, each floor has its own common lounge. Laundry services are located in the basement.

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 Price Hall price
The hall consists of four separate wings: Farrisee (used by The Clarkson School), Newell, Ormsby, and Thomas. Each wing houses 60 students (mostly upperclass), 20 per floor (one RA per wing) and has rooms set up as suites (two bedrooms with a private bathroom between accommodating two students per bedroom, four per suite). Each room in Price Hall is a carpeted 12' x 14' living space with basic furnishings including: bed, desk, chest and closet. In addition, each floor has its own common lounge. Laundry service is located in the center "core."

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 Woodstock Village
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Located near the Science Center, there are 10 apartment buildings of 10 units each. Woodstock Village includes fully carpeted efficiency units and one- and two-bedroom units each with a study room, kitchen and bathroom accommodating two-to-four students. Students are responsible for providing their own kitchenware, cookware and linens. Each apartment includes the basic furnishings: bed, desk, built-in wardrobe, chest, refrigerator, stove, and living and dining room furniture.


No apartment personalization (painting, lofts, structural changes, etc.) is permitted; including waterbeds. Woodstock Village has three laundry rooms located through the apartment complex and houses upperclass students.

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 Riverside Apartmentsriverside
Located across from the entrance to B.H. Snell Hall, there are 24 fully carpeted apartments with 12 two-bedroom and 12 three-bedroom units each with a kitchen, living room, and bathroom. Students are responsible for providing their own kitchenware, cookware and linens. Each apartment includes the basic furnishings: bed, desk, chest, closet, refrigerator, stove and living and dining room furniture.


No apartment personalization (painting, lofts, structural changes, etc.) is permitted; including waterbeds. The Riverside Apartments house upperclass students.

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 Townhouse Apartments
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Located near the Schuler Educational Resource Center, there are 52 two-bedroom units that house four students per unit with a kitchen, living room, and bathroom. Students are responsible for providing their own kitchenware, cookware and linens. Each apartment includes the basic furnishings: bed, desk, built-in wardrobe, chest, refrigerator, stove, and living and dining room furniture.


No apartment personalization (painting, lofts, structural changes, etc.) is permitted; including waterbeds. The Townhouse Apartments have a common centralized laundry room and house upperclass students.

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