Community Rules & Standards
Guidelines for all University residents:
While living in University housing, all undergraduate and graduate/professional students and residents must adhere to:
- the terms and conditions of your housing contract; and
- the Student Code of Conduct
Additional guidelines for undergraduate students:
Residents of Cornell's residence halls, Program Houses, and West Campus Houses must all follow:
Residents of the University's cooperative residences must abide by their community-specific House constitutions, as well as Community Living Standards for Co-ops.
Additional guidelines for graduate & professional students:
Residents of the graduate & professional student communities should refer to their individual community guide books, and to:
the Graduate & Professional Student Programs Community Standards
Residents of the University's cooperative residences must abide by their community-specific House Rules.
Additional info for all Cornell community members and visitors to campus:
In keeping with the University's policy of nondiscrimination and the commitment to inclusion, the University allows students, staff, faculty, and visitors to use the restroom or facility that corresponds to their gender identity, and maintains a number of universal restrooms across campus. These universal restroom facilities are all-gender, accessible spaces, which may include amenities for families such as baby changing stations.