Cayuga is a coeducational residence hall, home to approximately 135-returning residents who live in either suite-style rooms or single-occupancy rooms. Cayuga residents live in the Iroquois Quad and enjoy living close to Seneca Dining Hall, Shop 24, and many academic buildings. Cayuga reopened in 2008 after a $6M renovation.
- Cayuga’s suites are single gender and home to four residents per suite; the suites have two double-occupancy rooms that open into a common area. The common area opens into corridor.
- Within the suites, both bedrooms and the common area measure approximately 12.5-feet by 11-feet.
- A handful of single-occupancy rooms are also available.
- Single-occupancy rooms measure approximately 12-1/2 feet by 11-feet.
- Each resident receives a mattress, adjustable bedframe, desk with lamp, desk chair, dresser, and armoire.
- All rooms have wired internet access, hi-definition cable television, and state-of-the-art wireless network coverage.
- Bathrooms are gender specific; residents of all genders live within the hall.
- A combined recreational and study lounge is located on the first floor with a 52-inch flat screen television, piano and pool, ping-pong, and foosball tables.
- Laundry facilities, recycling, vending machines, and weekday mail delivery are available in hall.
- All residence halls are locked 24-hours per day, requiring residents to swipe an ID card for access to the hall.