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SUNY-YOK Dual Diploma Programs

Campus Life: Housing

In Summer 2013, students will be housed in Lenape Hall.  Lenape Hall, which opened in August 2004, is designed to provide enhanced quality of life for on-campus students. Lenape is a 238-bed residence hall, located across from Esopus Hall. Lenape Hall is air-conditioned and constructed with two types of rooms. One type is a suite design with bedrooms located off a common living area with large bathrooms. The other is a double/triple with private bathroom. Students have the choice of combining bedroom space for study/living space. In addition, Lenape Hall has many lounges, a common kitchen, a meeting room/computer lab, fully equipped exercise room and bicycle storage. It is beautifully landscaped on a quiet site adjacent to the campus athletic fields.  Please see the housing handbook (PDF) for details regarding residence hall rules and regulations as well as information on the configuration of the rooms (Page 24 for Lenape Hall).


Your mailing address will be:


Lenape Hall Room Number #

SUNY New Paltz

1012 Hawk Drive

New Paltz, NY 12561-2455


Telephone Service

The University operates its own telephone system to provide on campus, local and long distance calling, voice mail and data access. Information on policies and rates will be provided to you when you arrive. At other times, you may contact the Telecommunications Office in HAB 40 or call (845) 257-3003. The University does not provide the actual telephone instrument as part of the service available on campus although some phones may be available. All calls made off campus require a personal billing number (PBN). To receive a PBN, you must complete the appropriate paperwork in the Telecommunications Office.  All incoming and outgoing phone calls within the United States are free, as are incoming international calls so you are advised to activate your campus account.

Room Furnishings

Each room is furnished with two beds and mattresses (sheet size: twin extra long), two desks, two chairs, two dressers, one mirror, one floor lamp, two wastebaskets, venetian blinds, and two wardrobes for hanging clothes. These items are not to be removed from the room. Students are encouraged to bring items necessary to live comfortably, such as a desk lamp to add to the existing lighting in their room and a flashlight to use during power outages.  Linens, towels, pillows, and blankets are not provided so you should plan to either bring these items or buy them on the shopping trip arranged by International Programs during your first day on campus.

For more information about the residence halls, please visit the Department of Residence Life Web site.