Services for Commuters
How to keep informed about everything that is going on
MySage and Computing
MySage (previously Campus Cruiser) offers an email component that is a web-based graphical interface. This allows our system to be accessed from anywhere at anytime! The information sharing, calendars, news and announcements offer exciting tools for enhancing student life. Make sure to check your account often as this is the primary source for the faculty, staff and administration to reach you and to send you information.
Get Involved in the Sage Community - Join the Commuter Board
Welcome to the information hub of the Commuter Board, a club created by commuters for commuters (with, of course, an open invitation to residents who may also wish to lend themselves to the cause.) We realize that being a commuter has its difficulties, and as such we have made the purpose of our group the facilitation of the commuter experience here at Sage. These past three years since our reestablishment on campus after a long hiatus, we have striven to keep our fellow commuters up-to-date on the latest events happening on campus and encouraged other commuters to use the group as a forum for any issues or concerns.
The RSC Commuter Board
Where can I put some of my belongings?
Commuter Locker Room
The locker room is located on the first floor of Gurley Hall. There is no fee to use a locker. If you need to borrow a lock, please feel free to contact Student Development at 244-2207 and we will be happy to provide you with one.
What to do about food
Commuter meal plans and other useful information
Commuter meal plans can be used to make purchases at any Sage Dining operation on the Troy or Albany campuses for yourself, your friends, or your guests, but ONLY the person pictured on the ID card can present that card. If the card is lost and reported, funds can be transferred onto a replacement ID card. Commuter Meal Plan Selection Form
Where do I park again?
First year commuters and upper-class students can pick up parking stickers during fall check-in at the Public Safety Office for a nominal fee. Don't forget to bring your car registration and plate number to secure the sticker.
Where do I get my books and other supplies?
Bookstore The Troy Campus Bookstore, MOSS Books and Other Provisions, is located at the corner of Second and Congress Streets. Students may purchase books, notebooks, pens, markers and other school supplies. In addition, the bookstore offers snacks and College clothing. For more information, check out www.sage.edu/resources/bookstore/
The bookstore is open:
Monday - Friday 8:00am -4pm
Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-2pm
Contact the bookstore at 274-0199 for special hours during vacations and the first two weekends of the semester. Students can reserve and shop for their textbooks on-line at www.efollett.com.
You've got mail!
The Office of College Services and the campus mail-room are located in the basement of the John Paine Building. This is where all mailboxes for full-time undergraduate resident and commuting students can be found. The majority of campus mail will be sent to this box, not your home address. All U.S. Mail and packages are delivered here. Please make sure to check your mailbox on a regular basis. That is how Campus Life and other departments communicate the events that are happening on campus and also where they tend to send vital information, including what to do for commencement. Be on the lookout!
The College Services hours are as follows:
The Mail Lobby will be accessible any time the John Paine Building is open.
Please see that your mail is addressed this way:
Russell Sage College
Troy, New York 12180
(do not put P.O. Box - it will go to the Troy Post Office, not the college)
Not feeling well?
The Wellness Center is located in Kellas Hall, First Floor. The Center houses Health Services, Counseling Services and the Rape Crisis Satellite program. The purpose of this alliance is to assist students in reaching an optimal level of health. All full-time resident and commuting Russell Sage students may use the Wellness Center services free of charge with the exception of lab fees and prescriptions. All students must have some form of health insurance. Counseling Services provided individual, couples, group and family therapy on short-term basis depending on one's needs. The Student Health Services provides treatment for acute injury, blood pressure and cholesterol screening, nutrition counseling, diagnostic testing, immunizations, health information and literature and referral. In addition, the gynecology clinic offers a complete examination, pap smear, pregnancy tests, screening and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, contraceptive and pregnancy counseling.
For office hours, location and staff contact information, visit the following web page: www.sage.edu/resources/wellnesscenter/