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Dutch Quad Information

Quad Office Hours:
Mon - Thurs 9AM - 12AM
Friday 9AM - 1AM Saturday 1PM - 1AM Sunday 1PM - 12AM

Ph: 518-442-5900
Fax: 518-442-7834

Dutch Quad

Dutch Quad is the closest quad to both the new campus center extension and two bus stops. Dutch Quad is also in close proximity to the Physical Education Complex, SEFCU Arena, and Football Stadium. We will be renovating two buildings starting in May 2018, which will open in Fall 2019. These buildings will be the new home of UAlbany Health Services facility and Counseling Center. Dutch is currently the home of the Woman's Resource Center in Bleecker Hall.

The Women's Resource Center seeks to increase and promote interests and opportunities for artistic/cultural projects and community service that benefits local women, children and the campus community as a whole, while still providing leadership training and support to college students.

Dutch quad residents are primarily 2nd year students including a high percentage of our athletes, continuing students, and international students. All Dutch Quad Residence Hall rooms are suite style with in suite bathrooms and a common area. We have a limited number of singles with most students living in designed doubles or designed triples. There is a Resident Assistant assigned to each floor in the low rises and even floors of the tower. These Resident Assistants are responsible for serving as a resource and facilitating community development on their respective floor/area.

There is also a SEFCU ATM located in the lobby of Beverwyck & Schuyler Halls. More information about banking services on campus may be found by visiting https://www.albany.edu/uas/banking.php.

Beverwyck, Schuyler, Ten Eyck Halls: Traditional corridor style rooms with internal bathrooms and all rooms are located within 2 ,4 ,5-person suites. Schuyler and Beverwyck have one suite that houses 2 people. Each building also has communal study lounges located in the basement.

Ten Broeck Hall: Renovated corridor style with suites containing 3- ,4-, 5-, or 6-persons with an internal bathroom and a common room. Study lounges are located in the basement with one being secured and one having swipe access 24/7 for residential students. Additional lounges are located on 2nd and 3rd floors. Laundry facilities are located in the basement but also with an additional washer and dryer on the 1st floor. Ten Broeck is a recess housing hall, meaning they remain open for students during all University recesses during the school year but not summer sessions.

Bleeker and Van Cortlandt Halls: Traditional corridor style rooms with internal bathrooms and all rooms are located within 4 or 5-person suites. Each building also has communal study lounges located in the basement. Recess housing hall, meaning they remain open for students during all University recesses during the school year but not summer sessions.

Stuyvesant Tower: All rooms are within 4 or 6-person suites with internal bathrooms. RAs are housed on even floors next the lounges.