Ann's House - Our newest residence hall (opening in Fall 2009), and offers 46 single rooms; 2 rooms share one bathroom. Ann's House is registered with the U.S. Green Building Council. We expect it will earn a Silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating. Read about the LEED elements in Ann's House.
• Bartlett - Located on the north side of campus, Bartlett accommodates 91 students with predominately single occupancy rooms. A large fireplace lounge area is ideal for informal chats, popcorn gatherings, and movie nights. The Office of Residence Life is also located on the ground floor of Bartlett Hall.
• Brick - The oldest residence hall on campus, housing 97 students, the Brick offers a creative environment and is home to many fine art students. Larger rooms and wide hallways are unique to the design of Brick Hall.
• Ford Street Apartments - Located on the south side of campus, are two or three bedroom units, which house four or six students. Athena, Pegasus, and Thor are the two bedroom apartments. Bacchus, Medusa, and Mercury are the three bedroom units. Each apartment is furnished and includes a living room area, bathroom, and full kitchen. “The Commons” is located near the Ford Street apartments and provides access to a kitchenette, laundry facilities, and computer lab for Ford Street residents. The Judson Leadership Center is also located in “The Commons.”
• Special Interest Housing - Upperclass students who meet the specific requirements for the living area elect to live in special interest housing.
- Environmental Studies House - for our Environmental Studies students
- Hillel House - Jewish community living
- Honors House - for our Honors students
- International House - for international students 21 years of age or older
- Joel's House - designated for specific clubs or organizations - Alfred al Fresco for upper class students
- Language House - for our Modern Language students
• Off-campus housing - While Alfred is a residential campus and freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are required to live in the residence halls, an off-campus housing option is available to those who qualify. Learn more about off-campus housing
Recreation and activities are an important part of the Alfred University experience and the Office of Residence Life (ORL) staff attempts to meet student desires by offering a variety of special programs. Ice cream socials and pizza parties, road trips and simple walks in the area woods are organized to promote community development and personal growth. In addition, workshops on such topics as study skills, human sexuality, stress management, diversity and career options are often promoted to enhance the learning that takes place in the classroom.
Office of Residence Life
1 Saxon Drive
Alfred, NY 14802