The mission of the Residential Life and Housing Office is to provide a unique residential program which enables students from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds to enhance their educational and social experiences through interaction with faculty, professional and support staff, and peers in a residential community. The Office of Residential Life and Housing is guided by the principles of providing students with a safe, healthy and attractive living/learning environment. Oriskany Residence Hall is home to more than 200 full-time first-year students. Its six-person, suite-style living experience features spacious two-story living areas joined by spiral staircases. Students enjoy the comfort and convenience of study areas, a building kitchen and laundry rooms. Adirondack Residence Hall is a coed facility that houses about 400 full-time sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students in double and single room suites. There are two laundry rooms, one in each quad. A kitchen lounge is located in central commons (across from the Adirondack office). Mohawk Residence Hall is a coed facility that houses 180 upperclassmen and graduate students in single room suites. A laundry room and a kitchen lounge are located in central commons (across from the Mohawk office).