Students living across the upperclass residence halls and brownstones are offered a variety of programs and support services to enhance the residential experience. Buildings within the upperclass area include:
- 47 Claremont
- 600 W 113 Street
- Carlton Arms
- East Campus
- Residential Brownstones
- Special Interest Communities
The upperclass area staff works to program for and support all residents in the area including transfer students and students in the combined plan program. The West Campus staff also works closely with two Faculty-in-Residence, Professor Samuel Roberts and Professor Matthew Jones, to offer opportunities for students to engage with faculty across the university. Numerous special interest communities reside across West Campus; various brownstones are home to Potluck, Greenborough, Casa Latina, Q-House, Application Development Initiative (ADI) and Muse House, Pan-African House resides in East Campus, and River houses Manhattan House, Muslim Student House, upLIFT, and Writers House.
The upperclass area staff consists of the director of residential life, the assistant director of special interest communities, six residence hall directors, three graduate hall directors, and 99 resident advisers.