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First time freshmen, transfer students and students who wish to apply for associate or bachelor’s degree programs.


Graduate Programs

Students who wish to apply for master’s degree programs or advanced certifications.


Online Programs

Students who wish to apply for our online-only degree programs.

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Undergraduate Programs

First-time freshmen and transfer students looking for the full on-campus college experience.

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Working professionals and adults who've been out of school for a while, looking to advance their careers.

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Students looking to earn a degree entirely online.

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Undergraduate Programs

High school students and transfer students who want to enroll in day classes at the Buffalo campus.


Adult and Graduate Programs

Adult learners applying to our undergraduate or graduate degree programs at either our Buffalo or Rochester campuses.


Online Programs

Adult learners applying to our online undergraduate or graduate degree programs.

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Your Home Away from Home

Plan on dorming at Medaille College? Great! Dorming is a big part of the college experience. Each Medaille residence hall includes areas for group study sessions, recreation, rest and relaxation, cooking and laundry.

Here’s where you’ll be living, what to expect and what you should bring with you.

Housing Selection Handbook


North Residence Hall

This three-story residence contains 140 student beds, a kitchen and lounge, computer lab, and laundry rooms. This building has a mix of traditional suite-style rooms (two bedrooms bridged by a bathroom) and 2- and 3-bedroom apartments.  Every student is provided their own bed, desk, chair, dresser, and closet.

The first floor lounge is generally used for informal meetings and for hanging out in the evenings and on weekends. The second floor lounge is a popular spot for students to cook full meals, entertain guests, and has comfortable seating for late-night studying.

A laundry center is available for residents to use on the first floor.

The residential mailroom where students receive packages is also located in the North Residence Hall. 


South Residence Hall

This five-story residence was built in 2003, and accommodates over 250 resident students. South Residence Hall has double rooms in a traditional corridor style with an individual bathroom inside each room.  Every student is provided their own bed, desk, chair, dresser, and wardrobe. 

Floors 2 through 5 have a lounge area that contains a TV, kitchenette, computer station, and laundry facilities.

The first floor houses the Residential Academic Commons, an area for quiet study and group academic work. 


What to Bring

The residence halls are your “home away from home”, the place you hang with your friends, prepare for your classes, and make memories that will last a lifetime.  We want you to make this space YOURS, so 

Every room is equipped with the following:

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Desks
  • 2 Dresser
  • 2 Chairs
  • 2 Closets or Wardrobes
  • 1 Lamp
  • Cable Service
  • Wireless and LAN internet accessibility
  • Garbage can

Optional Supplies

(the stuff you and your roommate decide to bring)

School Supplies: backpack, computer/Ethernet card & cable, flash drive, dictionary, envelopes, highlighters, post-it notes©, notebooks, folders, binders, organizer, pens, pencils, pictures, posters, scissors, stamps

Kitchen Supplies: can opener, coffee mug, cups, plates, silverware, refrigerator (max size-4 cu ft/UL approved/hermetically sealed/drawing power of 4/10 amps), microwave, food & snacks, drinks, Keurig coffeemaker

Personal Care: variety of clothes, sneakers/shoes/flip-flops, bathroom bucket, first aid kit/medicine, hangers, iron & ironing board, laundry basket, detergent, linens, razor/shaver, sewing kit, safety pins, tissues, toiletries, towels

For the Room: alarm clock, desk lamp, drying rack, surge protectors, fan, pictures & poster to hang-up (NO TAPE or TACS they tear the paint -Scotch ® Clear Mounting Squares work the best), plants, playing cards, games, rug, stereo, TV, DVD, Blu-Ray, iPod, phone, umbrella, comfort items

Miscellaneous: bedding for a standard twin mattress, pillow, address/phone book, batteries, camera, keychain, money/ATM card, ID, medical insurance card, computer

*Be sure to talk with your roommate(s) to avoid doubling or tripling up on the bigger items like TV’s, microwaves, rugs, video game systems and refrigerators

*You cannot mount a flat screen TV (or anything else) to the wall

* Cleaning services are NOT provided