You'll find a strong connection between living and learning at Cornell as you settle into your new home. 46% of undergraduate students live on campus, learning from and growing with people who bring a wide variety of experiences, perspectives, and interests. For tours of program houses and residence halls, see @CornellHousing on Instagram, YouTube and Facebook.
Cornell has four upperlevel residence halls located on South Campus and three upperlevel residence halls located on North Campus in addition to all of West Campus.
Clara Dickson Hall (half first-years, half upperlevel students, and home to McLLU)
Toni Morrison Hall
Program Houses – or themed residence halls – offer students a higher level of community engagement than non-themed halls, shared through a special interest, lifestyle, or culture. These close-knit communities are made up of both upperlevel students and new students.
(Equity & Engagement Community) EEC House