J-Term Housing Application
In order to receive access to the J-Term Housing application, please e-mail the Office of Residence Life for instructions. The application will be open beginning October 26, 2017.
To live on campus during the J-Term period, you must complete the online application and bring proof of payment to the Office of Residence Life by December 7, 2017 in order to receive J-Term housing. All residence hall charges are payable to SUNY Fredonia. Charges can be paid at Student Accounts or online prior to December 7th.
The cost of living on campus during J-Term is $200/week or $400 for the entire term. There is a $30 fee for all lost keys.
PLAN AHEAD! These dates are firm. Please plan travel arrangements accordingly.
Spring 2018: Information coming soon!
Students who have Ensemble Auditions may find the schedule and information regarding moving in at http://home.fredonia.edu/music/instrumental-audition
None available at this time.
Important dates for opening and closing of residence halls. These dates are firm. Please plan travel arrangements accordingly.
Dates are firm, please plan accordingly!
|Fall 2017 Dates|
|Move-In Weekend||Residence halls will be open from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday, August 19th & 20th. Students are able to move in on either day.|
|Fall Break||October 5-6, residence halls are open.|
|Thanksgiving Break||Residence halls close at 9:00 am on November 18th and will open on November 26th at 9:00 am. Please talk to your RD if you need to make different arrangements.|
|Final Closing||Residence halls close at 9:00 am on December 16th.|
|Spring 2018 Dates|
|Move-In Weekend||Residence halls will be open from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday, January 20th & 21st. Students are able to move in on either day.|
|Spring Break||Residence halls close at 9:00 am on March 10th and will open at 9:00 am on March 18th. Please talk to your RD if you need to make different arrangements.|
|Final Closing||Residence Halls will close at 9:00 am on May19th.|
Freshman and Sophomore students (first two years post high school) are required to reside on campus. The Housing License is a full academic year commitment regardless of class standing.
Student of the Month:
October 2017: Kerry Young
RA of the Month:
October 2017: Courtney Crozier, Alumni Hall
Program of the Month:
Community Engagement Program
Dominic Vassallo, Gregory Hall: We Wear Pink
Emma Schaible, McGinnies Hall, and Molly Mellott, Eisenhower Hall
Oh the Places You'll Go!
Zach Hoag, Grissom Hall: Pizza and Professors
On Saturday, February 18th, the Office of Residence Life sent eleven Resident Assistants and three Residence Directors to the 2017 Residence Life Conference held at SUNY Cortland. The attendees included Kristen Brignone, Adrienne Sader, Briana Ott, Patrick Hart, Nyle Higgs, Patrick Toscano, Danielle Kelly, April Lorenzi, Jason Wilkie, Kerri Williamson, Travis Le Fevre, Tommy Linares, Kaylee Eaton and Justin Gennaro. Seven of our attendees were also selected to present during the educational sessions. Kristen Brignone and Briana Ott’s presentation titled “Seeing is Not Always Believing”, discussed invisible physical illnesses and how to work with students who have them. Patrick Toscano, Tommy Linares and Jason Wilkie’s presentation, “Situations Lab”, was a discussion based presentation about the different ways each school handles different judicial situations and incidents. And Kerri Williamson and Danielle Kelly presented “The New eRA of Clubs” that showcased our Resident Assistant Advisory Board (RAAB) and the events we put on pertaining to professional development, community service and raising awareness. The conference was a wonderful opportunity for the Residence Life staff to connect with staff at other colleges/universities and bring back new information and ideas to our department.
Beginning the Fall of 2014 local telephone service will only be available in the lobby of each residence hall. Fredonia will no longer provide local land-line service to individual bedrooms.