Dutch Quad

Welcome to Dutch Quad 

Dutch Quad is primarily home to our freshmen and sophomore students, many of whom are student-athletes and international students. It is close to the Campus Center, the Physical Education Complex, Broadview Arena and Casey Stadium. Download a campus map.

The quad offers a traditional residence hall environment, with a Resident Assistant (RA) assigned to each floor of the low-rise buildings and on every other floor of the tower. RAs live on site and serve as a resource for students. 

Dutch Quad’s buildings include Stuyvesant Tower, Beverwyck Hall, Bleeker Hall, Ryckman Hall, Schuyler Hall, Ten Broeck Hall, Ten Eyck Hall, Van Cortlandt Hall and Van Rensselaer Hall. 


A student walks down a ramp outside Dutch Quad amid fall foliage

Building Amenities 

  • Stuyvesant Tower: Students live in four- or six-person suites, with a shared bathroom inside each suite.

  • Beverwyck, Schuyler and Ten Eyck Halls: Students live in two-, four- or five-person suites, with a shared bathroom inside each suite.

  • Bleeker and Van Cortlandt Halls: Students live in four- or five-person suites, with a shared bathroom inside each suite.

  • Ten Broeck Hall: Students live in three-, four-, five- or six-person suites, with a shared bathroom inside each suite.

  • Ryckman Hall: Students live in three-, four- or five-person suites, with a shared bathroom inside each suite.

  • Van Rensselaer Hall: Students live in three-, four- or five-person suites, with a shared bathroom inside each suite.


Dutch Quad Amenities 

  • Bus Stop: UAlbany buses stop at the Campus Center, which is across from Dutch Quad. 

  • ATM: Broadview ATMs are available in the lobby of Stuyvesant Tower. Learn more about on-campus banking services.

  • Study Lounges: Study lounges are located on every other floor of Stuyvesant Tower and on every floor of the other buildings (except the third floor of of Ten Eyck, Bleeker and Van Cort). Study areas are also available in most basements, except Beverwyck and Schuyler. 

  • Stuyvesant Tower Penthouse: The Penthouse is open to all Dutch Quad residents. 
    • Game Room: The Game Room features board and card games, table tennis, air hockey, foosball, and a television that can be connected to video gaming systems. 
    • Events: Large-scale indoor events for up to 60 people are hosted in the Penthouse. It is equipped with tables, chairs, couches and computer audio-visual equipment. 
  • Furniture: Each student has an extra-long twin mattress and bed frame, desk and chair, and dresser. 

  • Laundry: Laundry rooms are available in the basement of each building. Ten Broeck Hall has additional laundry machines on its first floor. 

  • Trash: Students can dispose of their trash and recycling in the basement of each building. 

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Special Housing Opportunities on Dutch Quad 

Please visit the Apply for Academic Year Housing page for additional information on special housing, including how to apply for these opportunities.  

  • Several Transfer Communities are located on Dutch Quad. 

  • Harvey House — an intentionally intersectional residential community designed to celebrate and affirm the cultural experiences of LGBTQ+ students and their allies — is located on Dutch Quad. 

  • Recess Housing is available in Van Rensselaer, Van Cortland, Beverwyck, Schuyler, and Ten Broeck Halls. 


Support Services on Dutch Quad 

Student Health Services and Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) are both located on Dutch Quad. 



Contact the Dutch Quad Team 

We are thrilled to welcome you to the Dutch Quad community!

Whatever you need, our team is here to help. Call us at 518-442-5900 or email our staff at [email protected]. 

Our office — the Dutch Quad Information Center — is located on the first floor of Stuyvesant Tower.  

Office Hours: 

  • Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. to midnight

  • Saturday & Sunday: Noon to midnight