Students will find a wide variety of residence hall accommodations on campus that offer comfortable rooms with free campus-wide Wi-Fi access, free transportation to off campus events, along with access to the Clark Athletic Center, Kunath Fitness Center and the Utica College indoor pool during posted hours of operation. Laundry facilities are available in each residence hall and in each section of Alumni Hall. The cost of laundry is included in the room rate.
See also: Living On Campus Residence Life Residence Halls: North Hall
Features: Multiple living arrangements including standard double and triple rooms Kitchen Facilities Lounge Recreation Rooms EMS Office North Hall is the home of Utica College's First Year Themed Communities South Hall
Features: Multiple living arrangements including standard double and triple rooms Kitchen Facilities Newly Renovated Lounge High-Tech Group Study Room Burrstone House
Features: Located across Champlin Avenue from main campus Large rooms with private baths TV/Pool/Ping Pong Room Study Lounge Kitchen Air-conditioning (building regulated) Burrstone House is the home of Utica College's Sophomore Year Experience program Alumni Hall
Features: 16 Apartments Each includes living room, kitchen, bathroom, and dining area Apartments designed to accommodate special needs Boehlert Hall
Features: Suite style living (double and single bedrooms) Air conditioning Kitchen facilities on each floor Elevator Recreation rooms Conference room opens onto Duffy Plaza Tower Hall
Features: Cluster style rooms with single and double bedrooms Kitchen Facilities Lounges Air conditioning (room regulated) Recreation Rooms Tower Hall is home to the Utica College Global Village program Bell Hall
Features: Cluster style rooms with single and double bedrooms Kitchen Facilities Lounges Air conditioning (room regulated) Recreation Rooms Bell Hall is home to the Utica College BeUC program (themed community for upperclass students) Pioneer Village
Features: On Campus at Utica College
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