Housing Lotteries

From the Residence Life Office, here are the important dates to keep in mind for housing lotteries for the next academic year:

Important dates (subject to change)

Numbers draw

All students planning to live on campus for 2017-2018, who do not have a fall  housing assignment, should draw a number during one of these two sessions: 

  • Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. on the OC (Thomas Commons)
  • Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. on the OC (Thomas Commons)

Available rooms posted online

  • Friday, March 31, 2017 (watch your Cornell e-mail for details)

Room selection for singles, triples and quads (see detailed schedule below)

  • Tuesday, April 4, 2017 starting at 7 p.m. in Hall Perrine Conference Room

Room selection for doubles (see detailed schedule below)

  • Thursday, April 6, 2017 starting at 6:30 p.m. in Hall Perrine Conference Room

Late room draw

  • Thursday, April 6, 2017 starting at approximately 8:30 p.m. in Hall Perrine Conference Room

Singles Room Waitlist

  • Monday, April 10, 2017 through the end of the academic year in the Residence Life Office

The Big Event!

Join us for The Big Event featuring national recording artist Daya! Daya has had three Top 40 hits since 2015: “Hide Away,” “Sit Still, Look Pretty,” and “Don’t Let Me Down” with The Chainsmokers, which has been nominated for a Grammy.

Show is January 28 at 7 p.m. in the Small Multi-Sports Center.

Present your Cornell College ID at the door for free entry.

Students, faculty, and staff are more than welcome to bring guests.

Questions?  Contact Angie Bauman Power

Open Letter to the Cornell College Campus

Open letter in support of Impacted Students, Staff, and Faculty at Cornell College

In response to the hate speech discovered on Cornell’s campus this weekend, and in the wake of last week’s presidential election, the undersigned faculty and staff assert our support of students, faculty, and staff who feel vulnerable or impacted by the current national climate. We reaffirm the right of every student to a safe, supportive environment for learning and living, and pledge to cultivate such an environment in and out of the classroom, in accord with the college’s community expectations and Diversity and Inclusion Statement. We stand in unequivocal condemnation of all statements—explicit or implicit, national or local—that aim to marginalize or intimidate individuals based on race, gender, sexuality, disability, religion, or other protected identity categories.

 

Diversity and Inclusion Statement  — 4/29/2016

Cornell College values diversity and strives to create a welcoming community in which all individuals are respected and included. We support respectful and meaningful inquiry across actual or perceived differences. These differences include ability, age, appearance, athletics and student organization involvement, ethnicity, family/marital status, gender, gender expression, immigration status, language, military/veteran status, nationality, political ideology, race, religion/spirituality, sex, sexuality, socio-economic status, and other personal identities and experiences. We live in an increasingly interconnected world. The ability to include, communicate, cooperate, and collaborate with diverse individuals is important. To that end, we engage in dialogue around issues of difference, identity, and ideology in the classroom, residence halls, and throughout campus. We embrace diversity, and as a result our viewpoints are enriched and our community strengthened. The entire campus community is called upon to play a role in Cornell College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Cornell will continue to evolve into a more inclusive and equitable campus that is committed to civic and social responsibility through the collaboration of the President, Diversity Committee, students, faculty, and staff.

 

Faculty and Staff

  1. Anna Butz
  2. Katy Stavreva
  3. Allan Recalde
  4. Chris Penn-Goetsch
  5. Santhi Hejeebu
  6. Gregory Cotton
  7. Frannie Kuennen
  8. Marie Schofer
  9. Barbara Christie-Pope
  10. Rachel Henry
  11. Ellen Hoobler-Banavadikar
  12. Gabrielle Read-Hess ‘07
  13. Amy Gullen
  14. Nikki Thompson
  15. Nancy Reasland
  16. Hans Hassell
  17. Julie Barnes
  18. Seth Wing
  19. Susan M. Coleman
  20. Megan Hicks
  21. Kara Beauchamp
  22. Todd Knoop
  23. Cindy Krob
  24. Janeve E. West
  25. Rebecca Entel
  26. Dan Schofer
  27. Kristin Reimann
  28. Kristi Meyer
  29. Craig Allin
  30. RJ Holmes-Leopold ‘99
  31. Steven Strope
  32. Jason A. Napoli
  33. Jai Shanata
  34. Cindy Strong
  35. Shannon L. Reed
  36. Catherine Stewart
  37. Lisa White
  38. Ross Sowell
  39. Daniel Chou
  40. John W. Harp
  41. Stefanie Bray
  42. Stephanie Nomura
  43. Schvalla R. Rivera
  44. Emily H. Rader
  45. Tyler Carrington
  46. Jonathan Brand
  47. Jen Light
  48. Aaron Miller
  49. Brenda Lovstuen
  50. Lyle Lichty
  51. Renee Miceli
  52. Christi Johnson
  53. Maricelle Pinto-Tomas
  54. Shanda Ness
  55. Emily Walsh
  56. Becky Whitman
  57. Joe Dieker
  58. Jennifer Rouse
  59. Kelly Leeper
  60. Marty Condon
  61. Jessica Johanningmeier
  62. Brooke Van Zee
  63. Rebecca Sullens
  64. Ann Cannon
  65. Jonathon Thull
  66. Craig Tepper
  67. Elizabeth Wood Wesel ‘84
  68. Caroline Price
  69. Judith Siebert
  70. Alice Ganzel
  71. Jennifer Haigh
  72. Tony deLaubenfels
  73. Aaron Perrine
  74. Lisa Gray Giurato
  75. Tanaisha Coleman
  76. Michele Petersen
  77. Breann Grell
  78. Glenn Freeman
  79. Brian Sloan
  80. James L. Martin
  81. Jeff Gibson
  82. Becky Richtsmeier
  83. Meg Jacobs
  84. Sam Angell
  85. Anna Slife
  86. Derin A. Sherman
  87. Eric Emmons
  88. Susannah Biondo-Gemmell
  89. Leslie Hankins
  90. Sharon Grice
  91. Nate Grosse
  92. Gwen Schimek
  93. Rhawn Denniston
  94. Carol Zerbe Enns
  95. Stephen Bean
  96. Andrea J. D. Pionek
  97. Dee Ann Rexroat
  98. Lynne Ikach
  99. Kate Kauper
  100. Ellen Wrede
  101. Tony Plaut
  102. Alyssa Selmer
  103. Dawn Pitts
  104. Jodi Schafer
  105. Catherine Quehl-Engel
  106. Summer Gassedelen
  107. Michael Mosier
  108. Melinda Green
  109. Jana Klein
  110. Tori Barnes-Brus
  111. Lora Baltes
  112. Jess Corcoran
  113. Michelle Herder
  114. Colleen Murphy
  115. Cathy Boggs
  116. Devan Baty
  117. Nick Dee
  118. Maxwell Love
  119. Suzette Astley
  120. John Gruber-Miller
  121. Helen Rubinstein
  122. Michelle Mouton
  123. Jim White
  124. Brooke Paulsen
  125. Tammy Mildenstein
  126. Kimberly Taylor
  127. Erin Davis
  128. Marcela Ochoa-Shivapour
  129. Katie Wilson