Davis College features two single student residence halls. Single men live in Patterson Hall, and single women reside in Chatlos-Davis Hall. Each dorm is supervised by a Dorm Supervisor and Resident Assistants. All supervisors are responsible for the supervision of the hall, coordinating campus activities, mentoring, and providing accountability for resident students. Students residing in Patterson Hall and Chatlos-Davis need to abide by the standards in the Davis Covenant and in the Student Handbook. All single students under 23 are required to live on campus. Students are required to carry a minimum load of 6 credits to live in the residence halls, upperclassmen suites or married housing. For more information on the residence halls, please contact the Office of Student Development Office at 607.729.1581 x 315.
Upperclassmen suites are for students that are a Junior or Senior or 20 years of age or older. Men reside in Phillips Hall and the Women live in Clements Hall.Each suite is equipped with a kitchen, bath, one or two bedrooms, and a living room. Each suite comes furnished with a bed, dresser, refridgerator, microwave, oven, dishware, pots & pans, and silverware. Students that are interested in an Upperclassmen Suite need to fill out an Upperclassmen Suite Application. Students must meet ALL guidelines. Suites fill up quickly; therefore filling out an application as soon as possible is key to getting on the list.
Davis College offers affordable housing to full-time students who are married and/or have children. Mason Hall is a 12-unit apartment complex located on Davis College Campus and is reserved exclusively for married couples of which at least one tenant carries 6 or more credit hours at Davis College. The two bedroom apartments are typically available on a first come, first served basis. Utilities (water, heat, trash disposal, and electric) are included in the price of rent. Students interested in applying for an on-campus apartment should complete the Campus Apartment Application. The Office of Student Development will notify applicants if they have been approved or denied a campus apartment. If all apartments are full, applicants will be placed on a waiting list.
For questions, concerns, or to request an application, please contact:
Office of Student Development
400 Riverside Drive
Johnson City NY, 13790
607.729.1581 ext. 315