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Low Rise #6

Student Population:
 
  
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First-year students
 
 
Panoramas:

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*Images represent samples of rooms in each building. Individual rooms may vary.

 
 
 
 
Lounge
 
Location:
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  • Low-Rise-6

    Low Rise 6 and Low Rise 7 are arranged with several of the Program Houses in a neighborhood enclave on North Campus, all connected by brick pathways that traverse beneath welcoming trellises. 

    These pleasant, quiet, brick and glass buildings provide a home that's both modern and cozy. Each of the Low Rises has a main lounge equipped with a working fireplace, where on wintry nights residents can gather around and make s'mores, enjoy popcorn and hot chocolate, watch films with the faculty member in residence, or just hang out and talk about what's important in life.

    Community features:

    • Open to first-year students
    • 160+residents per building
    • Located on North Campus
    • Suite-style rooms, with residents of each unit sharing a study room, social lounge, and kitchen
    • Lounges, study areas, shared kitchens, and laundry facilities
    • Bedrooms contain, for each occupant: an extra-long twin bed, a closet and a bureau (or wardrobe/bureau combination), a desk and desk chair, a desk lamp, and a wastebasket
    • Wireless Internet access

    Faculty involvement:

    Cheryl Finley, Assistant Professor in the department of History of Art, is the Faculty-in-Residence for the Low Rises. She lives in an apartment in Low Rise 6 with her daughter Noura, and regularly spends time with student residents of the Low Rise community.

    Lecturer in Electrical & Computer Engineering John Belina and Senior Lecturer of Near Eastern Studies Nava Scharf serve as Faculty Fellows for the Low Rises.

    Dining options:

    Click here to learn about Cornell Dining's meal plans.

    Questions? Contact us.

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