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Ciccone Commons

Colgate's first faculty-led living-learning community launched in fall 2015.

Leaders

Rebecca Shiner, Professor of Psychology

Rebecca Shiner

Professor of Psychology
Psychology, 106B Olin Hall
Phone: 315-228-7193
E-mail: rshiner@colgate.edu

FACULTY PROFILE
Mark Shiner, University Chaplain and Catholic Campus Minister

Mark Shiner

Chaplain and Catholic Campus Minister
Chaplain's Office, 104 Chapel Garden Level
Phone: 315-228-7680
E-mail: mshiner@colgate.edu
Jack Nelson

Jack Nelson

Assistant Director of Residential Life
Residential Life, Drake Hall
Phone: 315-228-7961
E-mail: jnelson@colgate.edu
Sarah Lemon '12, residential fellow

Sarah Lemon ’12

Residential Fellow
Residential Life, Drake Hall
Phone: 315-228-7961
E-mail: slemonstaff@colgate.edu

Facilities

Curtis Hall and Drake Hall
Curtis Hall Residence
Curtis Hall and Drake Hall are the homes on the hill for Colgate's first residential commons in 2015-16. The commons is led by faculty-staff duo Rebecca and Mark Shiner. Most of the rooms in Curtis Hall are double bedrooms, with the exception of six suites, while Drake features a variety of room types, though most are traditional doubles as well. Every floor has a student lounge or common space, and laundry facilities are located in the basements of each hall. Curtis Hall is home to the satellite student health clinic, while the Office of Residential Life is located in Drake Hall, accessible via a separate entrance.

Cleaning responsibilities
All common spaces, including lounges and bathrooms, are cleaned by facilities staff. Students are responsible for cleaning within their own rooms.

Dining status
All first-year students and sophomores are required to enroll in the Premier Gold plan.

Resident class years
First-year students and sophomores participating in the Curtis-Drake residential commons.

Two students sitting on their beds in their Curtis Hall residence.Coeducational?
Yes

Occupancy

Curtis: 233
Drake: 212

Room types

Single room
Double rooms
3-person rooms
3-person suites (available to sophomores only)
4-person suites (available to sophomores only)
5-person suites (available to sophomores only) 
100 Broad Street – Residential Commons Annex
100 Broad Street About the residence
The residence serves as an annex to the Curtis-Drake/100 Broad Street Commons. Upper-level students living in this residence serve as mentors and ambassadors to the first-year and sophomore students living in Curtis and Drake Halls, and the residence's common spaces are used for regular dinners and inclusive social gatherings for the residential commons. Most rooms in 100 Broad Street are suites with two large rooms (a common room and a double bedroom).

Dining status
All first year students and sophomores are required to enroll in the Premier Gold plan. Juniors and seniors living in this residence may opt in to a meal plan, or may use the in-residence kitchen to prepare meals.

Cleaning responsibilities
Common spaces, including kitchens, lounges, and bathrooms, are cleaned by facilities staff. Students are responsible for personal items, dishes, laundry, and toiletries.

Interest housing
Curtis-Drake/100 Broad Street Commons annex

Coeducational?
Yes

Resident class years
Sophomores, juniors, and seniors

Occupancy
34

Room types
Singles
Doubles
Triples

Named for ...

Dianne-Cicconne-061616Diane Ciccone ’74, P’10 was one of the first 132 women to enroll at Colgate. She is a founding member of Colgate’s Alumni of Color organization. Diane is a former member of the alumni council and the Board of Trustees. She is a frequent volunteer and student adviser, and she created a fund to support the ALANA Cultural Center. She has received the Maroon Citation and the Wm. Brian Little ’64 Award for Distinguished Service. READ MORE