92% of students live on campus. And with a population of 83% out-of-state students, most students stay on campus through the weekends. As a first-year student, you’ll share a floor with other first-years, forming an instant support group. And living on campus makes it easier for you to connect to academic and co-curricular opportunities on campus.
The Thomas Commons is the hub of campus activity. You’ll gather there daily to dine, socialize, exercise, organize events, enjoy late-night activities, explore volunteer and career opportunities, DJ for KRNL, and much more.
"Many of the most meaningful times for me in Environmental Club are when we do [the activism] model right, when we discover a new side to our issue, when we successfully share that insight with many different types of people across our campus and community, including non-students, and especially people not usually involved with environmentalism."
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"WARNING: SlickShoes people are some of the quirkiest, most enjoyable people you will meet at Cornell (and that is saying something). You will make friends."