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Adirondack Hall

About Adirondack Hall

Adirondack Hall was named after the magnificent mountains of the surrounding area. These mountains, which are among the oldest in the country, are the centerpiece of the Adirondack Park.

Photo of Adirondack Hall A Unique Place to Live

Adirondack Hall's unusual "L" shape makes it one of the most distinctive buildings on our campus.

All floors of each section comprise coed living situations and are called wings.

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Each of Adirondack's nine wings has a study lounge, storage and/or bike room and a floor lounge. Adirondack Hall is the only residence hall with three main entrances, located on the ground level of its three sections.

Facilities

Adirondack residents get their mail from the centrally located mailroom in Whiteface Hall, the adjacent residence hall. In the basement there is a kitchenette and snack area, study lounge, and three laundry rooms which are fully equipped with both washers and dryers.

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Adirondack Hall is joined to Algonquin Dining Hall, Banks and Whiteface, the two adjacent residence halls, by an underground tunnel. This amenity is especially appreciated during the winter months. Another attractive feature of Adirondack is its proximity to the Feinberg Library, the Angell College Center, and several academic facilities.

Contact Information

If you have any questions about housing or residence life at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:

Housing & Residence Life Office
Office: Algonquin Hall 103
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  
Phone: (518) 564-3824
Email: housing@plattsburgh.edu