Cornell University's main campus is in Ithaca, New York, a small city with a big city outlook.

With about 29,000 year-round residents, Ithaca is remarkable for the diversity and erudition of its population, its commitment to the arts and civic life, and the natural beauty of the environment. AAP's physical footprint in Ithaca includes The Foundry, Milstein Hall, Rand Hall, Sibley Hall, and Tjaden Hall, all part of Cornell University's historic Arts Quad.

Learn more about scheduling a visit to the AAP Ithaca campus.

Mui Ho Fine Arts Library

A New Landmark Library

The Mui Ho Fine Arts Library in Rand Hall welcomes patrons to a facility that houses one of the best circulating collections of fine arts and design materials in the country. The new library was designed by architect Wolfgang Tschapeller (M.Arch. '87), whose goal for the project was a 21st-century interpretation of the grand reading rooms associated with great research collections.

Milstein Hall

Built to Inspire

Designed by Rem Koolhaas and OMA, the 47,000-square-foot Milstein Hall is home to the college's top-ranked architecture program. Opened in August 2011, the building includes 25,000 square feet of flexible studio space that connects to both Rand and Sibley halls, as well as the Bibliowicz Family Gallery. The 250-seat, state-of-the-art auditorium functions as a central events location within the college.

Other Landmarks

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