Graduate & Professional Residential Communities

Living in a residential community can be a great part of your graduate or professional student experience at Cornell. You (and your family) will be part of a community of your peers once you arrive on campus and have the opportunity to make connections with neighbors in a highly diverse and dynamic community. Each year well over 50 countries are represented across the various graduate and professional residential communities – making this a global experience. Visiting scholars as well as residents are engaged in academic programs across Cornell, contributing to a rich intellectual experience as well. Our graduate and professional communities include:

  • Hasbrouck Apartments
  • Thurston Court
  • 13 South Avenue

Living@Cornell is dedicated to giving you all of the nuts and bolts about living on campus for graduate and professional students. There are a tremendous number of benefits to living on campus. You will also be able to:

  • Get support from professional staff and students who live in the communities.
  • Meet other graduate and professional students from many academic programs and from around the world.
  • Connect with other families in a neighborhood environment.
  • Interact with faculty members outside of your academic program.

Community Standards

Residents of all on campus graduate and professional student communities are expected to abide by the Graduate & Professional Student Programs Community Standards. This set of policies outlines expectations of all members of residential on campus communities for graduate and professional students (and families where applicable). Download the current Community Standards here.