Russell Hall is the largest residence hall at SUNY Delhi, housing approximately twice as many students as any of the other halls. Despite its overall size, there are small, close-knit environments on each floor. Each section has a recently renovated bathroom with two showers, two toilet stalls, and three sinks. Each floor has multiple sections and several Resident Assistants to meet the needs of the residents. Russell Hall offers mainly double rooms with some single and triple rooms. There is a large laundry room in the basement of the building.
The main lobby of Russell Hall offers the Resident Assistant Office and the two Residence Hall Directors' offices. Resident Assistants are in their office in the evenings and the Residence Hall Directors are in during the day on weekdays. The lobby also has vending machines and a satellite University Police office.
TV Lounge: This lounge offers a large flat screen TV, seating, and tables for studying or relaxing. It is located off the main lobby on the first floor.
Game Room: Located off the main lobby on the first floor, this room has two pool tables and a ping pong table.
Study Lounge: This large room has seating and study tables that allow students an environment to focus on academics. It is located on the second floor in the middle of the building.
Special Interest Areas
Golf Interest Area: This area of the building allows students studying Golf and Sports Turf Management, Golf Course Operations, or Turf Managements to live and learn together.
Gender Neutral Area: This small portion of Russell Hall provides interested students an option to live with another student whom they wish to, regardless of gender. Students living in this area share access to two private bathrooms that each have one toilet, one sink, and one shower. Questions regarding this area can be directed to the Office of Residence Life at 607-746-4630.
24 Hour Quiet Hours Area: This area encompasses the 3rd floor, quads J,K,L of Russell Hall and provides an environment that best promotes study, rest, and relaxation.
Nursing Majors Interest Area: The first floor, quads J,K,L hosts the Nursing Majors Interest Area. This provides a space where students in SUNY Delhi's demanding Nursing Program can live and learn together.
Veterinary Science Technology Living Learning Environment: This unique environment is primarily for first-year Veterinary Science Technology students. The area offers first-year students assistance from second-year Vet Sci Peer Mentors and Resident Assistants who are academically successful.
For more information, please contact one of the Russell Hall Residence Hall Directors.
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