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Campus Life & Student Affairs

Rules, Regs & Rights

Check the 2013-2014 Student Handbook to learn the College's rules and regulations and your rights as a student.

Bias incidents are taken very seriously by the College. Learn more about the Bias Incident Response Protocol.

Housing Information

Harrington Hall, March 2008

Whether you want to be closer to your classes, meet new friends in a residence hall, participate in sports or student government, or help select the next comedian to come to Keuka, living on our campus has its benefits.

Housing Options

Returning Keuka students go through a room selection process in the spring to choose their residence hall and room.  This process is done by a lottery system, with numbers assigned by year. Students wishing to live in Harrington Hall or Ball Hall must go through an application process.

Incoming students need only return their housing contract and their housing questionnaire to be assigned a roommate and a room. We will do our best to match you to a residence hall and roommate that will help you succeed in your first year at Keuka College.

Living in the Residence Halls

On-campus housing for Keuka College includes six residence halls, Prospect Duplex, and Allen House. Each residence hall has a residence director (RD) who lives in the building they supervise. There is also at least one residence assistant (RA) per floor in each residence hall. RDs and RAs are available to help students within the residence and can assist with anything from roommate problems to maintenance issues.

In order to maintain the living and learning environment of the residence halls students are expected to follow the code of conduct as stated in the Student Handbook. Policies pertaining to the residence halls are enforced by the RDs, RAs, and campus safety.

Residents are encouraged to be actively engaged in their residence hall community.  Residence life staff hosts programs and activities for students in their residence halls to help promote community. Residents also have opportunities to be involved through membership in the Residence Hall Association (RHA) or as Student Senate representatives. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors can apply for positions as RAs.