Chapter 6: Campus Resources
Please utilize these resources to ensure a safe and healthy experience for you and your organization's members.
Mental Health at Cornell
Health and well-being are foundational to success at Cornell and the Mental Health website is here to serve as a central source of information on these topics. Access the website to find resources for self-care, tips to support a successful academic year, guidance for students supporting peers, and so much more.
Reporting an Incident
You can use Cornell's reporting tool for non-emergency incidents within your student organization. This includes incidents of bias, hazing, sexual misconduct, and more. When you complete this form, the appropriate resources on campus will be notified.
SHARE | Sexual Harassment and Assault - Response and Education
SHARE provides essential and timely information to the Cornell community about sexual harassment, assault, dating/domestic violence, stalking, gender discrimination, and other related forms of violence. Click here to learn more about SHARE and the resources they provide.
What are they and why do I get them? – The Clery Act requires Cornell Police to provide timely warnings when we learn of a serious or continuing threat on or near campus. The purpose is to provide information on how to protect yourself against a specific threatening circumstance that may be ongoing, or a recent occurrence that remains unresolved and continues to pose a threat. Crime alerts are sent to all faculty, staff, and students in the campus community via email and are posted to the Emergency, CUInfo, and Cornell Police websites.
How are they different from Crime Alerts? – CornellALERT messages are emergency notifications sent to the Cornell community any time there is an imminent threat to the health or safety of the community. This could include such natural incidents as a tornado or other dangerous weather, events such as an explosive device, active threat, or a change in the university’s operating status due to an emergency or weather event. Cornell community members receive CornellALERT emergency messages via email and on the mobile phone number listed in their Cornell personal contact information. I would also encourage you to download RAVE Guardian, a free mobile app that turns your smartphone into a personal safety device.