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Mothers' Rooms at Cornell

Spaces for pumping/expressing breastmilk

Seneca Place

Room Number: 230E

Directions: Room is located on the second floor.  Off of the elevator, go through the glass doors, take the second hallway to the left and walk all the way down until you see the room number 230H on the right.  Across from that door (in the nook) is the mother’s room (230E).  Note: Building visitors must check-in at the reception desk on the fourth floor first.  The fourth floor is closed and locked outside of the hours of 8am-5pm.

Features: Refrigerator, phone

Proximity to sink: Near restroom

Access: Room is kept unlocked, unless in use

Scheduling: Outlook calendar is being used.  Contact the coordinator to request access to it

Contact: Rachel Giordano – rg50@cornell.edu – 607-254-6213

Photos:

Note: Improvements to this room were funded in part by a grant received from the President’s Council for Cornell Women.


Room Number: 329

Directions:  Room is located on the third floor.  Off of the elevator, go through the glass doors, straight ahead are two doorways, the doorway for the lactation room is room number 329 on the right.  Note:  Building visitors must check-in at the reception desk on the fourth floor first.  The fourth floor is closed and locked outside of the hours of 8am-5pm.

Features: Refrigerator

Proximity to sink: Near restroom

Access: Room is kept unlocked, unless in use

Scheduling: Outlook calendar is being used.  Contact the coordinator to request access to it.

Contact: Rachel Giordano – rg50@cornell.edu – 607-254-6213

Photos:

photo on wall mirror on wall mini fridge

Note: This room was funded in part by a grant received from the President’s Council for Cornell Women.