Looking for a campus community, competitive athletics, and an active social scene? Welcome to our 200-acre Pleasantville Campus, home to several residence halls, state-of-the-art labs and video production facilities, an environmental center, 60+ student organizations, and a fitness center with an eight-lane pool. And did you know that Westchester is called the Golden Apple for the number of Fortune 500 companies headquartered here? Plus, NYC is just 30 miles and a quick train ride away.
Returning Students/Transfer Students
A traditional style residence hall, North Hall houses both men and women in single double, triple, and quadruple rooms. In each section, same gender residents share common bathrooms. Most rooms have built in closets and moveable furniture.
A traditional style residence hall, Martin Hall is similar to North Hall. Martin Hall houses both men and women in single double, triple, and quadruple rooms. In each section, same gender residents share common bathrooms. Most rooms have built in closets and work stations.
The Townhouse Community
Located on the hill overlooking the campus, the Townhouses provide (35) town homes for upper-class students. Each unit houses 8 students in 4 double rooms with air conditioning. They are self-contained with furnished living room and dining room, a full kitchen, (no microwave) and two bathrooms.
New in Fall 2016, Elm Hall is an designated for upper-class and transfer students. Most rooms in Elm Hall are suite and semi-suite style with 4 students sharing their own bathroom. Suite style rooms additionally share a living space (no kitchen).
Alumni Hall is centrally located on campus near the student center and fitness center. Alumni Hall houses approximately 500 students in semi-suite style living. Most rooms in Alumni Hall feature 2 double rooms sharing a bathroom. Other amenities within Alumni Hall are 2 classrooms, a dining cafe, 7 First-Year Interest Group lounges, 6 study rooms, and a front desk shared by Security and Residential Life. This building houses all of our First-Year Interest Groups helping to create communities for the residents.