Welcome To Overlook Hall!
Adjacent to the Padavano Commons, Student Center, Birch Tree Inn, The Atrium and Kameron Pond.
Overlook Residence Description
An eight story building, with elevator access, houses 295 students and contains four person suites comprised of two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a sitting room. Common rooms are furnished with a couch, chair, end table, coffee table, and TV cart. Bedrooms have bed, mattress, wardrobe unit with shelf, and drawer storage, desk, desk chair, and over-desk storage for each resident. Large floor lounges; Main open lounge with game area and large screen TV/DVD (1st Floor), study rooms, with adjacent dining/meeting rooms; Summer storage for international students’ belongings; Boardwalk bridge to Scott Student Center area; Hall office (1st Floor). There are two access points to Overlook, One on the 1st floor and one on the 3rd floor. Bedrooms, approx. 10′-9” x 20′
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The Overlook residents are required to have a meal plan.
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The Overlook is designated dry (alcohol is prohibited).
Gender Inclusive Housing
Gender Inclusive housing is available in The Overlook. Students must have earned at least 10 credits or above to participate.
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ResLife Programs Campus Calendar
Men's Soccer Off to NCAA Sweet Sixteen
The Men's Soccer team's historic season continues as they advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen. They play on November 17, 2018 against rival Montclair State University at the campus of Tufts University. Learn more: ramapoathletics.com/news/2018/11/12/roadrunners-advance-t...
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Performs to Sold Out Fall Concert Crowd
On November 10, 2018, the Fall Concert at Ramapo College featured A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie with student opener Omietté. The concert was sponsored by the College Programming Board (CPB).
Disability Awareness Month and Queer & Trans History Month Closing Ceremony
On October 31, 2018, the Women's Center and the Office of Equity and Diversity Programs held a closing ceremony for the Disability Awareness Month and Queer & Trans History Month, featuring a performance by the Marked Dance Project. Marked Dance Project is a New York City contemporary dance company which features performers with and without disabilities, and was created by Mark Travis Rivera in 2009. Mark Travis Rivera is an award-winning choreographer and activist who also identifies as gay, disabled, and gender-nonconforming.
Women’s Entrepreneurship Week with ENACTUS
Women Entrepreneurship Week is an international movement in its fifth year continuing to increase visibility of female entrepreneurship. The student group, the Ramapo College Enactus team sponsored an event on October 16, 2018 with the Anisfield School of Business, Association of Latinos Moving Ahead (ALMA), and America's Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to bring this movement to Ramapo's campus. This event featured three guest speakers Sheila Robinson-Kiss, Kristine Deer, and Mark Miller, as well as a hands-on product design adventure.
Study Abroad: South Korea and Japan Presentation
Students who took the Japan & South Korea Study Abroad Program last May presented their trip experiences to campus on October 24, 2018. If you are interested in Japan and Korea and/or thinking about joining the program in the future, please contact Christina Chung at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramapo Reads: Frankenstein for Day-Long Reading
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, the Center for British Studies and the FYS Program co-sponsored an all-day readathon in the York Room of Birch Mansion. Approximately 100 faculty, staff, and students read sections from the novel.
Founders' Day Celebrates Ramapo College's 49th Birthday
On November 7, 2018, Ramapo College celebrated Founders' Day, which marks the College's birthday. Festivities included a photo booth, caricaturists, games, refreshments, a cake cutting, contests and music. Learn more: www.ramapo.edu/founders/
Diversity Day at Ramapo College
Office of Equity and Diversity Programs hosted their annual Diversity Day on October 17, 2018 in the Grove. Diversity Day is a day to celebrate and embrace who we are, despite our differences, no matter what race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, nationality, or disability. It is also a day to reflect on and learn about different cultures and ideologies at Ramapo College. It was completed by cultural foods, music, and fun activities.
The Muslim Student Association - First Meeting
Students joined the Muslim Student Association on September 17, 2018 for their first general meeting of the semester. They got to meet new and current members, while also learning about MSA's role on campus.
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