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Community Centers

Want to plunge into campus activities, hang out, meet for a meal, or just grab a cup a coffee?

At Robert Purcell Community Center and Appel Commons on north campus  and Noyes Community Recreation Center on west campus  you'll find:

  • Cornell Dining eateries and cafes
  • fitness centers
  • residential service centers, where you can check your mail, ask questions, and get information
  • weekly social and educational events and programs
  • Stepping Out, a biweekly DJ dance
  • mini-courses on Indian cooking, salsa dancing, Israeli dancing, CPR certification, etc.
  • discussions on everything from chaos theory to human nature
  • workshops on résumé writing and where you can do your next internship
  • tennis tournaments and bowling nights
  • Mardi Gras celebration
  • walk-in tutoring service
  • PS2 and Wii gaming systems available for use

Hasbrouck Community Center is a gathering spot with informational resources for our graduate and professional student residents, offering:

  • full-time staff support
  • programs and events for both adults and children, including regular pot luck dinners
  • residential service centers, where you can check your mail, ask questions, and get information
  • shared community spaces, where residents gather to study or socialize
  • support and resources for international residents, including English as a Second Language (ESL) classes twice a week
  • orientation programs to help new residents learn about Cornell, Ithaca, and life in the United States
  • the weekly "Panda Bears" gathering for parents and their young children

Learn more about the individual community centers by using the links to your left!


 

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