Located in the heart of Syracuse, the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing offers a unique student experience. Adjacent to Syracuse University and less than 10 minutes from downtown Syracuse, the school is in a prime location for enjoying food, music and entertainment — when you’re not in class, clinicals or studying, of course!
A modern residential hall is available for a limited number of female students. Students requesting a dorm room need to complete the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing Residence Hall Application at the time of application to the college.
Residence staff oversees the residence hall and maintains the communication link with school staff. Uniformed security officers from the hospital provide security, the residence entrance is always locked and the off-hours entrance to the building is locked and constantly monitored by a video surveillance.
Male students interested in residence hall arrangements should contact the SUNY Upstate Medical University’s Office of Student Life at 315/464–4234.
Our student lounge is equipped with snack and beverage vending machines, tables and chairs, sink, refrigerator and microwave ovens. Students are welcome to use this area any time and are responsible for keeping the lounge, food preparation and eating areas clean.
Hours (for non-residents)
Sunday – Thursday: open until 10:30 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: open until 2 a.m.
Off Campus Meal Plan
Students have the opportunity to sign up for and use the Off Campus Meal Plan (OCMP). This meal plan allows students the ability to eat at a diverse number of restaurants close to the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing. Interested students may find out more information or order this plan by calling 888-211-6267.
Crouse Hospital Cafeteria
Crouse Hospital’s Clock Tower Café, located on the basement level of the hospital’s Memorial Unit
, is open daily and offers a wide selection including hot food, sandwiches, salad bar, snacks, desserts and beverages. Students receive a 25 percent discount when they present their student ID card at the register.
Breakfast: 6:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.
Cold Snacks: 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Cold Snacks: 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Dinner: 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Soup & Salad: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Student parking is arranged through the Crouse Hospital parking garage staff on a semester basis. Parking options vary based on staff and student populations and the garage staff works diligently to provide the best option for students based on their schedules and availability. Discounted parking is available for those students able to car pool.
Centro, the public transportation provider in our area, maintains regular and convenient bus service to and from the Hill area. Buses drop off and pick up at the corner of Irving and Waverly avenues, in front of the Marley Education Center. They also have a number of Park-N-Ride locations across Onondaga County. Schedules are available in the Irving lobby of the hospital.
Smoking is a major cause of preventable disease and death. Crouse Hospital and the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing are committed to promoting health, wellness, prevention and the treatment of diseases within the community as well as to provide a safe, clean and healthy environment for our patients, visitors, medical staff, students and employees. We serve as a model for the community in the area of promoting good health by influencing public attitudes about use of smoking. Smoking is prohibited in or on any part of the hospital campus including any and all remote sites. This includes the Marley Education Center. Please refer to the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing catalog for specific policies that apply to students.
The use of drugs, including alcohol, affects physical reflexes, coordination, concentration and judgment. It also impairs decision-making ability and may result in unintended behavior and consequences. Substance abuse raises safety issues because the impairment of response time and judgment may put others at risk, including fellow students and patients. Students who use alcohol or other drugs remain totally responsible for all of their actions while under the influence of those substances. Refraining from the use of alcohol and other drugs is one way of demonstrating responsibility and concern for self and others.
In accordance with the Higher Education Law/H.R.6, federal legislation authorizes schools to notify parents and/or guardians of any violation of rules regarding the use or possession of alcohol or a controlled substance if the student is under the age of 21. Crouse Hospital School of Nursing will enforce this law.
Please refer to the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing catalog
for specific policies that apply to students.