Cornell College provides one shared telephone port in each of the dorm rooms. Telephones are optional and are not provided.
- General Information
- Location of RA Office and Residence Hall Telephones
- Long Distance
- Reporting Telephone Problems
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Important Final Information
How to Make an On-Campus CallTo make an on-campus call, pick up your phone and press the four-digit extension number you would like to call.
How to Make a Local Call
Mt Vernon, Cedar Rapids, Lisbon, Marion and HiawathaTo make a call that is local:
1. Press "9" to get an outside line.
2. Press the seven-digit phone number you would like to call.
How to Make a Call Using a Calling Card
To make a call using a calling card, review the directions on the back
of your card. Each long distance calling card has different
instructions. Contact your long distance calling card company for more
- Bowman Carter Lobby - 5500
- Dows Lobby - 5700
- Merner Lobby - 5100
- Olin Lobby - 5148
- Pauley / Rorem Lobby - 5400
- Pfeiffer Lobby - 5899
- Tarr Lobby-5600
- Merner Hall Office - 5381
- Olin Hall Office - 5148
- Pauley / Rorem Office- 4983
- Pfeiffer Hall Office - 5661
Cornell College Phone Services
312 Law Hall
Where can I get a phone?You must provide your own phone or replace a phone as needed.
Are there any quick actions I can take to delete a message or forward a message once I've listened to it?The following are "Quick Message Actions" you can perform to do various things with your message. Perform these actions immediately during or after you've listened to the message:
- Press 34 - to reply
- Press 35 - to check the next message
- Press 36 - to delete the message
- Press 37 - to archive the message for 30 days
- Press 38 - to hear when the message was sent
- Press 39 - to redirect the message
- Press 30 - to save the message as new (works with new, not archived, messages)
- Press 3# - to repeat the message
- Press * - to skip over a voicemail greeting and record a message.
Never give out confidential information such as credit card numbers or your social security number.
Your telephone is your responsibility. While Cornell College provides service to the jack in your room, you are responsible for any repairs or maintenance to your telephone.
If you feel you have been a victim of phone fraud, contact Phone Services immediately.