Residence halls at Cornell are inclusive, supportive environments for making new friends. Our buildings vary in character and vintage, but all are geared towards fostering strong communities. They house between seven and 200 students, and all but four house fewer than 100 students.

IMPORTANT: Some changes are happening with the 2014-2015 academic year. In particular, Bowman-Carter Hall will house a portion of first-year women and Dows Hall will become co-ed. The information here reflects that. If you have questions about current living environments or any of the proposed changes, please contact us.

Residence halls

*Dows, Pauley-Rorem, and Tarr Halls offer a limited number of single, double and triple rooms for upperclass students.

Apartments and houses