PrattMWP Residence Life

residential life 9406469041 oThe Residence Life Office strives to efficiently and effectively coordinate a learning-centered environment for the students. The Residence Life Staff takes their role very seriously to guarantee a residence hall atmosphere conducive to studying and work. They challenge and support students to: enhance self-understanding; value community responsibility; and learn from experiences.

PrattMWP is a residential campus that provides an exceptional living experience for students. All full-time students are required to live on campus. This makes for a significantly more meaningful college experience. Students may request to commute through our Commuter Waiver Application. The following requests may be approved: student’s permanent mailing address is less than 30 miles from campus, student is at least 23 years old in their first year or 21 years old in their sophomore year by the first day of classes, student is married or has dependent children. All other requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Student Life Director and/or Dean.

Being a member of a community means sharing certain rights and responsibilities with one another. At PrattMWP, every floor in each residence hall forms its own small community, and each building forms a larger community. Together, everyone is a part of the PrattMWP community.

PrattMWP offers housing in three different residence halls. All of the residence halls are fully furnished and include refrigerators in the kitchenette areas. All of our residence halls are also equipped with WiFi for our students to utilize.

Residence Halls:

Please see photographs under each residence hall for an example of a room in each. Please note that due to the nature of the buildings, they do not represent all of the configurations and sizes of every room in the building.

Hart Street:
This three-story building accommodates students in four-person suites. Each suite has one bedroom, a kitchenette, a private bath, and a living room. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor of the building. Hart Street also offers housing for students who are in need of physical accommodations, such as the use of an elevator.

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Cottage Place:
This four-story building accommodates students in five or six-person suites. All suites have their own bathroom and kitchenette. Laundry facilities and bike racks are located in the basement. Cottage Place also offers housing for students who are in need of physical accommodations. Please note that there is not an elevator in this building.

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Plant Street:
This building houses students in two or three-person suites. Each suite has one or two bedrooms, a kitchenette, and private bath. Laundry facilities are located in the basement. Please note that there is not an elevator in this building.

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Students looking to commute can contact the Student Life Director at 315-797-0000 ext. 2183 or Students with questions about living on campus can contact the Residence Life Office at 315-797-0000 ext. 2221 or

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