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Mews Hall

Student Population:
 
  
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First-year students
 
 
Panoramas:

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Lounge
 
Location:
  • North Campus: Map it!
  • Mews

    Mews Hall is the one of the newest residential buildings on campus, positioned next to the equally new and richly equipped Appel Commons community center.

    Residents of Mews can expect a wide range of programming from the community’s Resident Advisor staff that is intended to make your first year experience at Cornell a memorable one. Traditional programs include a trip to the United Nations, a male talent show, a first-year ice skating night, the Mews Fall and Spring BBQs, and weekly study breaks.

    Community features:

    • Open to first-year students
    • 260+ residents
    • Located on North Campus
    • Single and double rooms arranged along corridors
    • 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:

    Sahara Byrne, Associate Professor of Communication, is the Faculty-in-Residence for Mews Hall.  She lives in an apartment in the building with her husband, Christopher, and daughters Isabella and Charlotte, and regularly spends time with student residents of the Mews community.

    Professor of Policy Analysis & Management Rosemary Avery, Associate Professor of Information Science Steven Jackson, Assistant Professor of Design and Environmental Analysis David Feathers, and Lecturer of Near Eastern Studies Yomna Chami serve as Mews Hall's Faculty Fellows.

    Dining options:

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

    Questions? Contact us.

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