Ramadan 2023 for those observing at Cornell
As Ramadan begins the evening of Wednesday, March 22nd, we'd like to share with you the resources available to students, staff, and faculty on campus who are observing this month of fasting.
Rhodes Funded Group Trip to Guatemala
The generosity of communities and making personal connections left an impression on Cornell Tradition Fellows during winter service trip.
Cornell Career Services supports job exploration, navigation, and preparation process
Want the job? Cornell Career Services can help!
Well-Being Profile: Student Mental Health Collective
Working together throughout the academic year, the Collective supports their peers and promotes well-being of all types.
Community, personal skills, and muscles built through club sports
Students choose to participate in any of the nearly 100 club sports for a variety of reasons.
New chapter begins for health and well-being at Cornell
As a health-promoting campus, Cornell’s commitment to “People, Places, and Planet” supports the holistic well-being of students, staff, and faculty.
Reimagined Student Support and Advocacy Services to holistically support, empower students
Previously Care and Crisis Services, the reimagined office utilizes student-centered and individualized approaches in support of all students.
We're changing how we label coconut and tree nut allergens
As of January 2023, Cornell Dining has changed our allergy program to explicitly label coconut as a separate allergen from tree nuts.
Cornell Outdoor Education marks 50 years of adventure, teamwork, and wellness
Rock climbing, skiing, and mountain biking amidst the dramatic topography of the Adirondacks and Catskills. Hiking in Nepal and exploring the tops of giant sequoias in California and baobabs in Madagascar. These are just a few of the many outdoor adventures, training courses, PE classes, and other opportunities that Cornell Outdoor Education (COE) has been offering Cornellians for a half century—helping them cultivate new skills, become leaders, and forge connections to nature and to each other.
Cornell Dining online service outage January 10th-12th
The SSIT team and our partners at CBORD are planning a software upgrade to the servers that handle many behind-the-scenes aspects of Cornell Dining, and some of our online services will be entirely unavailable.
Soup & Hope speaker series returns Jan. 12
The Soup & Hope speaker series returns to Sage Chapel on Jan. 12.
A guide to Cornell Dining for Spring 2023
A vital part of the living-learning experience at Cornell, and key to our residential community mission, is the Cornell Dining environment.
‘Doggles,’ booties keep student’s service dog safe in the lab
Multiple faculty and staff collaborated with Genesis Contreras ’24 to allow her service dog, Nugget, to work alongside her in the lab.
SCL Employee Assembly Representatives Exist to Assist SCL Staff Say Current and Past Representatives
“I am impressed by the people in the Employee Assembly. These people care and are committing their valuable time to thinking about these topics, and they want to help,” Adrian Durant says.
Student Sustainability Coordinators have conducted ten food waste studies this fall
This semester, the SSCs have conducted 10 food waste studies so far and have weighed over 90 pounds of waste and found that the average student wastes 0.17 pounds of food each meal.
Spotlight of Student Organizations: Cornell Wardrobe
Cornell Wardrobe provides pre-professional clothing, helping any Cornell student pursue any opportunity
Dr. Nicki Moore named director of athletics
Moore has spent the last 18 years in athletics administration roles at the University of Oklahoma, the University of North Carolina and Colgate.
Cornell gives used furniture new life, helps those in need
Since 2018, Denise Hubbard, inventory coordinator for Student and Campus Life, has arranged for the donation of 6,650 items in an effort to reduce waste and help those in need.
Well-Being: Faculty and Staff Voices
To complement our student series focusing on reducing stigma related to mental health, we connected with staff and faculty to see the ways they maintain their well-being.
Celebrating first-generation students: Faculty, students, staff offer insight, advice
First Generation Celebration Week
Announcing the new Willard Straight Service Center
We're celebrating the opening of a new Central Campus Service Center at the heart of Willard Straight Hall, our iconic student union that dates back a century.
Through Art, Grace Elmore Supports Her Well-being and Brings Joy to the Campus Community
Elmore has been creating art since childhood and recently has found a new subject about which she is passionate: Cornell University.
30th Annual Share the Warmth Event
Saturday, November 5 through Monday, December 12, 2022
Let’s not leave anyone out in the cold this winter! Please donate NEW and GENTLY USED, CLEAN outerwear for children and men ONLY: coats, snow pants, boots, hats, mittens/gloves, and blankets.
Spotlight on Student Organizations: Cornell Votes
Cornell Votes members are dedicated to increasing civic engagement on campus.