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Services / Residences

graduate summer session servicesThere are eight beautiful residence halls at Ramapo College. See the campus map in the back for all residence locations. The Village will house Summer School students this summer. The Village is adjacent to the Potter Library, Berrie Center for Performing and Visual Arts, and near The Bradley Center.

There are 22 three-story buildings with exterior stair and elevator access housing 528 students.  Apartments have four single bedrooms and large baths, full kitchen (full-size refrigerator/freezer, microwave, and stove) with counter seating and pass-through window to dining area/living room.

  • Community environment with central building (Thomases Commons) containing laundry, mail, lounge with fireplace, and large screen television
  • Unit common rooms are furnished with couch, club chair, coffee table, end table, one table lamp, kitchen table and four chairs. Bedrooms have single beds, desk, desk chair, storage shelf, chest of drawers, and large open closet

All residence halls are equipped with: Air conditioning, High-speed Internet, Cable television with premium movie channel, Laundry, Vending machines, Carpeted bedrooms, Sprinkler systems, Mail rooms, Local and campus phone service and Nearby parking.

Prices range from $530.00 to $1,680.00 depending on the duration of the stay.
Residence Website

Dining Services

There are two main student restaurants conveniently located near residence halls in the Robert A. Scott Student Center and Trustees Pavilion*, providing variety and convenience. Other food services are available at the Curtain Call Café* (Berrie Center) and The Atrium (Student Center). In addition, numerous fast food, casual and fine dining restaurants are located close to campus.
Dining Service Website

The Cahill Center

The Cahill Center enhances and supports the educational mission of Ramapo College by offering an array of programs to help students explore career choices and to understand the value of their education in relation to work. The Center offers comprehensive services that support Ramapo students and graduates in identifying, planning and implementing sound career decisions. An emphasis is placed upon self-knowledge, lifelong learning and the balance of one’s professional and personal growth. At the heart of the Center is experiential learning. The Cooperative Education and Service-Learning programs provide opportunities to put theory into practice in real world settings both domestically and internationally, producing engaged global citizens.
Cahill Center Website

George T. Potter Library

The George T. Potter Library, named for the founding president of Ramapo College, is housed in a four-story structure, part of the academic core. The Library is open seven days a week during the spring and fall semesters and until midnight Sunday through Thursday. Individual seating for more than 500 users is provided throughout this 63,000 square foot barrier-free building. Additional accommodations for students with disabilities include wheelchair-height desks and computer tables, study carrels, and photocopiers.

The Library’s collections, available seven days per week during the academic year, include more than 160,000 books and 2,300 videos. Other collections include several thousand full-text electronic journals and more than 2,100 paper journals. In addition, the Library is a full New Jersey documents depository. The college’s guiding principles of international, intercultural, interdisciplinary, and experiential learning are reflected throughout the Library’s collections. Circulating books, including government publications, are located on the first and fourth floors.
Library Website

Office of Specialized Services

Services for students with disabilities are provided by the Office of Specialized Services. Ramapo College was constructed architecturally barrier-free and has a proud history of serving the needs of students with disabilities. Services currently provided to eligible students with a variety of disabilities include: in-class accommodations and alternative testing, adaptive computer technology, tutoring, as well as career and independent living counseling. Through academic skills workshops, students with learning disabilities are helped in developing appropriate coping strategies to achieve academic success. All students with disabilities are encouraged to fully participate in every aspect of the Ramapo educational experience.
Specialized Services Website