The main campus of Northeast College of Health Sciences overlooks Cayuga Lake, just outside the town of Seneca Falls. Our campus facilities offer great opportunities to maintain a well-rounded academic/life balance. Living on campus puts students in close proximately of the College's academic buildings, library, fitness center, and outdoor study and sitting spaces.
The Finger Lakes region of upstate New York is home to fabulous recreational options to explore. This region of New York State is known for wineries, nature reserves, hiking and biking trails, waterfalls, lakeside settings, and state parks. Just minutes away from our main campus, there is also an outlet mall with a variety of shopping options.
Residence Hall Overview
The College's Seneca Falls campus features on-campus residence halls with a unique, suite-style design that fosters and builds strong community relationships while still providing private living space for each student.
There are four residence halls available to students on campus: Huron Hall, Mohawk Hall, Onondaga Hall, and Tuscarora Hall.
Huron Hall, Tuscarora Hall, Onondaga Hall all have single rooms within each suite and were renovated in 2018. Each hall offers both shared building-wide and suite-based lounges, which are equipped with air conditioning.
Huron Hall is a special interest building and is designated as a 24-hour quiet hall for those who prefer an atmosphere more conducive for studying.
Mohawk Hall offers a blend of family and single-student housing. Mohawk also offers air conditioning in each suite lounge.
Residence Hall Features
Students may request to be assigned to a specific building. Though all requests are subject to availability, every effort will be made to accommodate requests.
Students are assigned a single room within a suite to maximize individual privacy. Each residence hall room has wall-to-wall carpeting and drapes, and are furnished with a twin extra-long bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and closets.
Each five-room suite shares a bathroom and living room. Living rooms also have wall-to-wall carpeting and drapes and come furnished with couches, chairs, end tables, a kitchen table and chairs, and a 21-cu. ft. refrigerator with freezer. Both the suites' shared and private living spaces are cable TV hook-up ready.
To qualify for FAMILY HOUSING, students must have a spouse or a child who will be living with the student full time. A copy of a birth certificate and/or marriage license will be required. Students qualifying for family housing have the option of selecting a 2-bedroom or 5-bedroom suite.
KITCHEN facilities are available in each building for student use. Private storage cupboards are available for each suite's residents to store cooking items, utensils, and other dinnerware as well as non-perishables goods such as spices, oil, pasta, etc.
LAUNDRY facilities are also available in each building, along with RECREATION ROOMS. These shared recreation rooms contain ping-pong tables, pool tables, and other items for resident use.
Students may have cars on campus and are required to register their vehicle with the College. There is ample parking for resident students in lots adjacent to each complex. Campus residents who may have visiting guests can request a temporary parking permit via Security.
For more information about our on-campus housing and current pricing, contact the Office of Student Engagement at 315-568-3064 or firstname.lastname@example.org.