Cornell's residence halls are vibrant and diverse communities where our students live, learn, and pursue their passions. Each one is a center of activity, study, socialization, cultural exploration, and fun.
A network of staff members, upper-level student RAs, and professors provide a built-in support system through the residence hall living-learning experience. Interaction with faculty members is nurtured through the Faculty in Residence and Faculty Fellows programs, among other opportunities for engagement.
Our residence halls for upper-level students are coed. All have single and double rooms; some also have triples and quads. Our housing options vary in physical location and environmental design. Please note that not every building has elevator access, air conditioning, wheelchair-accessible rooms, and/or private bathrooms. Please see individual housing pages for more information, or contact the Housing Office at email@example.com or 607-255-5368.
These communities are located on our South Campus in the Collegetown area, close to dining, shopping, and social gathering spots.
- Cascadilla Hall
- 112 Edgemoor
- McGraw Place Residences (109, 118, 122 McGraw Place)
- Schuyler House
- Sheldon Court
Explore the South Campus community pages in CampusGroups.
On North Campus, during academic year 2023-2024, the Townhouse Apartments will house second-year students.