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Campus Tour

Cassety Hall

After an extensive renovation, Cassety Hall reopened as a residence hall in 2008. The building now provides housing for 157 students. The only way to live closer to the center of campus would be to camp in the quad!

Inside: Student housing

Occupancy Date: 1949
Square Feet: 36,960

History

Established in 1948, Cassety Hall, originally called North Hall, was the first permanent dormitory constructed in the State University of New York (SUNY) system.

In 1962, the SUNY Board of Trustees dedicated Cassety Hall in memory of Louise M. Cassety, a teacher who served the Normal School from 1898 to 1926 and helped advance the elementary education program at the college.