What to Bring and What not to Bring

Remember to communicate with your roommate about who is bringing what so you can conserve space in your room!

You’re coming to campus in the fall, but you don’t know what to bring. We can help! Click on the links below to see a printable detailed list of things you need to bring, things you may like to have with you, and things you should leave home.

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Canavan Hall

Our first year Residence Halls with suite style bathrooms.  
 Canavan Hall

Room Dimensions

Room:17 ft x 12 ft
Window: 84 in x 13 in

Campus Village

Our apartment style living, traditionally housing upperclassman and transfer students. There are a select amount of apartments reserved for first year students as well.

Campus Village Apartments

Room Dimensions

For A and D Rooms                For B and C Rooms
Room: 9 ft x 13.5 ft                Room: 9 ft x 12.3 ft
Window: 35 in x 50 in            Window: 30 in x 50 in

Collegiate Village

Collegiate Village is an off-campus housing option for students who choose to live at this facility while still being a resident student through Daemen College. Collegiate Village also houses our "flex" housing for our first year students. Collegiate Village is located off Eggert Road, which is about 2 miles away from Daemen's Campus.

 Collegiate Village Apartments

Overflow Housing: Homewood Suites

The Homewood Suites located on Millersport Highway is about 1.5 miles away from Daemen's campus. The hotel is used for overflow housing our new students at Daemen College.


Overflow Housing (Hotel)

World of Opportunity Wizard

Wow! Did you know service learning is important on Daemen’s campus?

The Western New York Service Learning Coalition, located on Daemen’s campus serves as a conduit for community organizations seeking service-learning students.

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Student Profiles

Katie - Marketing Major

Katie - Marketing

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“Without my advisors guiding the way, including Academic Advisors, and Co-Op Advisors, I would not have had the opportunity to apply my academic education to the real-world experience that I have gained through internships.”