non-profit, student-run, co-educational and independently owned cooperative living association at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. Originally built in 1880 as Ezra Cornell’s carriage house and servant’s quarters, the house later became one of the first cooperative living institutions in the United States.
Today, the lodge houses 18-22 undergraduate and graduate students. Though not owned by Cornell, Cayuga Lodge is involved with the cooperative community at Cornell. Its friendly atmosphere, proximity to campus, and low costs are just a few of the reasons why Cornell students choose to live here.