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Indian Quad Information

Quad Office Hours:
Mon - Thurs 5PM - 12AM
Friday 5PM - 1AM
Saturday 12PM - 1AM
Sunday 12PM - 12AM

Ph: 518-442-5940

Indian Quad

Indian Quad Virtual Tour

Indian Quad is comprised of all freshmen. The majority of the low-rise buildings surrounding the tower provide a traditional residence hall environment with community bathroom facilities located centrally on each floor. Mohawk Tower, Seneca Hall, and Tuscarora Hall are suite style and have internal bathrooms. Laundry rooms are located in the basement of each building, while Seneca and Tuscarora Halls also have laundry rooms on each floor. There is a Resident Assistant assigned to each floor/area. They are responsible for serving as a resource and facilitating community development on their respective floor/area.

Indian Quad also has its own state-of-the-art fitness center, now run by Campus Recreation, as well as a newly renovated dining facility and a game room. The CHARGE Resource Room is also located in Mohawk Tower. The resource room houses a library and other resources that help University at Albany residents develop a respect for diversity within racial and ethnic groups.

The Indian Quad Dining Hall is home to the Kosher Kitchen, which is open to students Sunday-Friday with a full menu of Kosher food options. More information about the Kosher Kitchen may be found by visiting

There is also a SEFCU ATM located in the lobby of Seneca & Tuscarora Halls. More information about banking services on campus may be found by visiting

Adirondack, Cayuga, Mahican, Montauk & Oneida Halls: Traditional corridor style rooms with communal bathrooms centrally located on each floor. The corner suites on each floor have internal bathrooms, and all rooms are located within 4-, 5-, or 6-person suites. Each building also has communal study lounges located in the basement. Adirondack, Cayuga, Mahican, and Montauk Halls offer recess housing, meaning they remain open for students during all University recesses.

Onondaga Hall: Traditional corridor style rooms with communal bathrooms centrally located on each floor. Study lounges are located in the basement and are locked 24 hours a day. Students may obtain the keys for these study lounges by visiting the Quad Information Center.

Seneca and Tuscarora Halls, Mohawk Tower: All rooms are within 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, or 7-person suites with internal bathrooms. Each of these buildings have study lounges located on each floor.