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I lived on the ground floor which mean it was suite style. Honestly an ideal situation because 5 girls were able to share a private kitchen a living room (essentially like an apartment). We technically did not have an RA which was also kind of nice. A lot of the building at cornell didn’t have AC so...
My single was spacious; lighting was really good; had a nice view. Walls were a bit thin. Loved the common room and sky lounge which lends itself to making friends with floormates.
A forced triple was my last choice, and after living there and seeing other dorm rooms/buildings it remains that way. That being said, most of my freshman year was spent on campus or in other rooms, so I never felt too trapped even when there wasn't enough space to be shared among 3 people. Having R...
My room was spacious and even had a walk in closet (No joke!) Bathrooms were shared for my suite so only 5 people used one bathroom and everything was cleaned regularly. Very close to RPCC making for easy trips to nasties and Dinner, but somewhat far from Central.
I really enjoyed living in Jameson. I made most of my friends by hanging out in the lounge and common spaces with other residents of my floor. The lounges really make Jameson a bit different from some other dorms that don’t offer huge communal spaces. My single room was big and I shared a bathroom w...
Forced triple was absolute hell, definetly not enough space and airflow. Floor lounges were always fun, skylounge is amazing, next to rpcc is nice. “Riot proofing” (must take the elevator) is a little annoying. Pray for a double or single
A large double room in a suite style setup made for a good freshman year living situation. The building is old and the bathroom got a bit crowded for the amount of people using it, but this wasn’t too big a deal. Great to be so close to RPCC.
Really enjoyed living in Jameson; residential life was great, the skylounge was a big plus. Triple room was small but definitely manageable.
For north campus it’s a good location. It’s conveniently located right next to Robert Purcell Community Center, which contains a dining hall, package/mail room, and a convenience store + grill that’s open from 8a-2a. The building is a bit old but it’s in good shape. The social scene is decent.