A: Absolutely! To choose your roommate you need your housing ID and your roommate’s housing ID number.
Students receive a room lottery number that determines which day they register for their housing preference. Whichever roommate has the lowest housing number will register for both of you on HomerConnect, IC’s online registration system.
If you don’t already...
A: In every residence hall there is a common kitchen for students to use.
Cooking appliances like hot plates, hot pots, and toasters are prohibited in dorm rooms, but microfridges are allowed.
Students who live in the Garden or Circle Apartments have fully furnished kitchens that include a fridge, an oven, a stove, and a microwave. Some Circle apartments even have...
A: Exploratory students can take courses in the liberal arts as well as in all of the professional schools.
Working with a faculty adviser, students choose classes that fulfill general education requirements, selecting from a broad group of courses designed to pique interest and provide a foundation for their eventual major.
Exploratory students are also among the first to...
A: If you have a car, there are plenty of options for a weekend of fun on a budget. Nearby amusement parks include Darien Lake, just outside of Buffalo, and the Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom in Lake George.
The nearby cities of Syracuse and Rochester -- also college towns -- always have something going on.
Love baseball? The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New...
A "Real Deal Parents Style" question
A: Cohabitation can be a breeze if both students try to be considerate of each other’s wishes. But if there are clashes about different bedtimes, anger over items borrowed without permission, or other invisible lines being crossed, each residence hall floor has a resident assistant trained in resolving roommate conflicts....
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