Saxton Hall

What’s so great about Saxton?

Saxton Hall is a corridor-style building, open to all class years, co-ed, comprised of single, double, and triple rooms with a 200-student capacity.

Saxton has a lounge on each floor, and a laundry room and kitchen area on the first floor. Conveniently located next to Anderson Center for the Arts and Dewar Union, with a shared volleyball court outside, Saxton Hall is a student favorite for those who want to be near the action!

One professional staff member, an Area Coordinator, and six student staff members, Resident Advisors, live in the building to help support and foster a safe, positive and engaging community.

Night Attendant positions are available in the residence hall for residents who are eligible. Learn more about Work-Study.

Approximate Room Sizes
(these are general estimates and may vary per room):

  • Triple – 18′ x 15′
  • Double – 12′ x 15′
  • Single – 9′ x 15′

Approximate Window Sizes
(these are general estimates and may vary per room):

  • Triple and Double – 71 1/2″ wide x 5′ high
  • Single – 3′ wide x 5′ high

Fun Historical Facts about Saxton Hall

Seneca Hall opened in the Fall of 1966. It was renamed Saxton in memory of Andrew B. Saxton of Oneonta through the generosity of his daughter, Anna Bernice Saxton ’40, a Hartwick alumna.

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