SUNY Community College to Add Student Housing

by Katie Sloan

Queensbury, N.Y.— Administrators say the new facility will help increase and diversify enrollment.

“Student housing will allow us to maintain current enrollment levels,” said SUNY Adirondack’s president Dr. Ronald C. Heacock. Photo courtesy of Cannon Design.Queensbury, N.Y. — SUNY Adirondack, a community college serving Warren, Washington and northern Saratoga counties in New York state, will bring student housing to its campus by fall 2013.

The college announced its intentions for student housing in 2008 when it adopted its current strategic plan. Construction on the 148,000 square-foot housing complex will begin this spring and will consist of approximately 400 beds in suite-style configurations. The project cost is approximately $25.5 million. Cannon Design of Grand Island, N.Y., is the architect and the general contractor is Bette & Cring based in Latham, N.Y.

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