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Live on Campus!

Campus life is a major part of your "college experience". It is a stepping stone towards personal growth. It is a journey to self-discovery. Where else can you be at the center of it all, get to know people and form lifelong friendships, depend on yourself, get involved in activities and clubs, do your own laundry, cook an occasional meal, and meet people from all over of the world?

By living on campus, you have Daemen at your fingertips. You have access to clubs, student government, events, concerts, and athletics. It is a short walk to classrooms, laboratories, studios, the library, computer labs and much more. 

Housing surveys for new students are available through your Daemen Connections Page. For all students, official housing assignments will be mailed out on June 25th, 2014. If you do not have written documentation of your housing placement by July 4th weekend, please contact the Housing office immediately; we are not aware you want to be placed in housing OR have mailed your letter to a not current address. 

Move In Dates for 2014-2015

First Year/ Transfers: August 30th from 10 AM-1 PM
Returning Students:  August 31st from 10 AM- 12 PM

  • Students will receive more information on move in dates and protocol when housing assignments are mailed to students. This occurs in the summer of 2014. If you need information prior, please call our office at 716-829-8200.

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Cost of Living on Campus; 2014-2015

This is the exact same information that can be found on the Student Accounts website under "Tuition and Fees."

Residence and Board

                       Canavan Hall           Campus Village Single        Campus Village Double
(1st year's only)

19-Meal Plan    $ 5,900/sem.               $ 6,425/sem.                      $ 6,125/sem.

14-Meal Plan        N/A                          $ 6,240/sem.                      $ 5,940/sem.

10-Meal Plan        N/A                          $ 6,055/sem.                       $ 5,755/sem.

All students residing in Canavan Hall are required to have a 19 meal plan for the 2014-2015 academic year. If students have any dietary restrictions, please contract jcole@daemen.edu for special accommodations.

Canavan Hall Triple Room Credit

$ 300.00 per semester- students will receive a credit to their account only if they triple room has three people occupying the space. Room credits are dispersed around mid-terms.

Collegiate Village

                                CV 4 Br.                CV 2 Br.            CV Shared Room

19-Meal Plan          $ 6,475/sem.         $ 6,710/sem.       $ 5,900/sem.

14-Meal Plan          $ 6,290/sem.         $ 6,525/sem.       $ 5,715/sem.    

10-Meal Plan          $ 6,105/sem.         $ 6,340/sem.        $ 5,530/sem.

No Meal Plan         $ 4,925/sem.          $ 5,160/sem.        $ 4,350/sem.

*These prices do not include a meal plan. All students who live at Collegiate Village are not required to have a meal plan other than first semester freshmen.

 

Room Deposit Fee:

$100.00/ yr

  • New students pay room deposit through Admissions
  • Returning students pay room deposit at Student Accounts, and then receive their housing card.
    • Room deposits are still required if a student is interested in housing for the spring semester.

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Wow! Did you know that Daemen Physical Therapy students excel on the national licensure exam?

The Daemen College Weighted Average Ultimate Pass Rate based on the most current data as reported by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (2009-2011) is 100%, with our graduates demonstrating first time pass rates above both state and national averages each year.

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"I think one of the most crucial aspects of the Daemen curriculum is the required internship. I was an accounting intern for both a private health care company and a certified public accounting firm. I was able to apply lessons learned in the classroom to real business situations. When my internships were over, each company offered me a full-time position."