Housing at Ramapo College is guaranteed for all students in good academic and disciplinary standing, and can be extremely competitive and arduous if there is an odd number of people attempting to get housing. Students must have the proper number of people applying in their group, or they simply will not get placed in the room as a group.
Most residences are split up into rooms of four students, with Pine being the exception (six students), and bedrooms tend to house two students, with Bischoff and Mackin Halls being the exception (three students). The dormitories, even at their most crowded, still are spacious and well maintained. Each room has its own bathroom, so those concerned with showering in groups or in a public restroom needn't worry. The housing projects tend to be new, and those buildings that have been with the campus since its inception have been renovated since. There is no available off-campus housing, but there is a variety of on-campus apartments for those who would like a less dorm-oriented approach to housing. The College Park Apartments are available to sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and feature two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a kitchen/living area.