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Wait Avenue Cooperative

Student Population:
 
  
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Female transfer, upperlevel, and graduate/professional students
 
 
Location:
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    302 Wait Avenue

    Wait-Ave-Coop

    Wait Avenue Cooperative is one of the university's cooperative residences, a collaborative and independent community governed by its student residents.

    Located at 302 Wait Avenue on north campus, Wait Avenue Co-op  provides a family-like atmosphere for 15 women, a diverse mixture of undergraduate and graduate/professional students. Residents enjoy socializing, watching movies, and sharing meals together.

    The house is more than 100 years old – one of the oldest buildings on north campus – and full of character, with a spacious front porch.One or two house managers handle daily house operations, and all members share in house maintenance responsibilities.  

    For more information, contact waitavenue@cornell.edu.

    Community features:
    • Open to female transfer, upperlevel, and graduate/professional students
    • 15 residents (all women)
    • Located at 302 Wait Avenue on north campus
    • Single and double rooms, with shared bathrooms
    • A living room with a TV, a full kitchen, a front porch, free laundry, free parking, and summer storage
    • Bedrooms contain, for each occupant: a bed, a closet and a bureau (or wardrobe/bureau combination), a desk and desk chair, a desk lamp, and a wastebasket
    • Internet access included

    Dining options:

    Staple foods are provided, and house members cook for themselves or participate in a Cornell Dining meal plan.

    Questions?

    Email waitavenue@cornell.edu, or contact the Office of Fraternities, Sororities and Independent Living.

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