Use the dropdowns below to learn more about On-Campus Residence Halls:

Booth Hall from Syracuse University

Booth Hall was named for Willis H. Booth, Honorary Doctor of Laws (1955) and Honorary Trustee (1956). The building was first occupied in 1963 and houses approximately 290 returning students on eight residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

505 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.1961

Brewster Hall from Syracuse University

Brewster Hall was named for Neal Brewster, College of Law class of 1902, and Mabel Brewster Pierce. Boland Hall was named for John C. Boland, class of 1899 and College of Law class of 1901, and May L. Boland. Brockway Hall was named for Dr. Perle Brown Brockway, College of Medicine class of 1908. The three halls were first occupied in 1968 and house approximately 730 first year students. Floors are coed by room. Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

401 Van Buren Street
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.3011

Day Hall from Syracuse University

Day Hall was named for Dr. James Roscoe Day, SU Chancellor from 1894 to 1922. The building was first occupied in 1958 and houses approximately 615 first year students on eight residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

1 Mount Olympus Drive
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.2118

DellPlain Hall from Syracuse University

DellPlain Hall was named for Dr. Morse O. DellPlain, president of the Welsbach Engineering and Management Corporation and 1905 SU graduate. The building was first occupied in 1961 and houses approximately 475 students on eight residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

601 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.2002

Ernie Davis Hall from Syracuse University

Ernie Davis Hall was named for Ernie Davis, two-time All-American college football selection, first African American to win the Heisman Trophy (1961) and 1962 SU graduate. The building was first occupied in 2009 and houses approximately 250 students on seven residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

619 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.0044

Flint Hall from Syracuse University

Flint Hall was named for Dr. Charles Wesley Flint, SU Chancellor from 1922 to 1936. The building was first occupied in 1956 and houses approximately 490 first year students on four residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

2 Mount Olympus Drive
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.2412

Haven Hall from Syracuse University

Haven Hall was named for Rev. Erastus O. Haven, SU Chancellor from 1874 to 1880. The building was first occupied in 1964 and houses approximately 375 first year students on eight residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

400 Comstock Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.3381

Kimmel Hall from Syracuse University

Kimmel Hall was named for Claude L. Kimmel, 1905 SU graduate and SU trustee. The building was first occupied in 1962 and houses approximately 120 returning students on three residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

311 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.3103

Marion Hall from Syracuse University

Marion Hall was named for Frank J. Marion, 1890 SU graduate, university trustee and motion picture pioneer. The building was first occupied in 1954 and houses approximately 145 returning students on three residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

305 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.3103

Lawrinson Hall from Syracuse University

Lawrinson Hall was named for William Henry and Elizabeth M. Lawrinson, parents of Ronald K. Lawrinson, a New Jersey dairy executive. The building was first occupied in 1965 and houses approximately 540 students on twenty residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

303 Stadium Place
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.3521

Oren Lyons Hall from Syracuse University

Oren Lyons Hall was named for Oren Lyons, a 1958 SU graduate. The building was first occupied in 1971 and houses approximately 40 returning students on three residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

401 Euclid Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.2978

Sadler Hall from Syracuse University

Sadler Hall was named for John W. Sadler, an 1896 SU graduate and former surrogate judge . The building was first occupied in 1960 and houses approximately 490 first year students on eight residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

1000 Irving Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.2906

Shaw Hall from Syracuse University

Shaw Hall was named for Robert Shaw, late husband of Mary M. Shaw, who started in the bakery business in Chicago and later became official at Union Carbide. The building was first occupied in 1952 and houses approximately 475 students on five residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

201 Euclid Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.2978

Skyhalls from Syracuse University

Skyhalls were named for their Skytop location. The buildings were first occupied in 1966 and house approximately 270 students on nine residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

410–430 Lambreth Lane
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.7689

Walnut Hall from Syracuse University

Walnut Hall was occupied in 1997 and houses approximately 60 students on four residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

809 Walnut Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.3381

Washington Arms from Syracuse University

Washington Arms was occupied in 1946 and houses approximately 70 students on four residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

621 Walnut Avenue
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.1313

Watson Hall from Syracuse University

Watson Hall was named for Thomas J. Watson, Sr., President of IBM from 1914–1919 and SU trustee. The building was occupied in 1954 and houses approximately 460 students on four residential floors (coed by room). Click here for room types and building features.

Mailing Address:

405 University Place
Syracuse, New York 13244

Main Desk Phone Number: 315.443.2987