October 15, 2012 – A limited number of rooms in Dutchess Community College’s new, suite-style residence hall will be available for the spring semester, and applications are now being accepted. Current DCC students who wish to take advantage of the benefits of living on campus – and new students who have applied for admission to the College for the spring – may apply to live in the residence hall by going to the Housing tab on the myDCC portal. Students will be notified as to whether they received a housing assignment at the end of January. (Spring classes begin January 14.) Students must be enrolled full time in an Associate Degree program in order to be eligible to live in the residence hall.
The state-of-the-art residence hall offers spacious four-, five- and six-person suites that feature two bathrooms, kitchenette and living room. Lounges on each floor and a multi-purpose atrium provide ample space for group activities and programs, and a fitness center and laundry room offer added convenience. The building features geothermal heating and cooling, reflective of DCC’s commitment to sustainability initiatives.
To learn more about the residence hall, click here. Housing applications for those attending DCC next fall will be available in January. For more information send an email or call (845) 790-3676.