OpenTable reservation now needed just for dine-in, not takeout
Starting Friday, February 19th, OpenTable reservations are required only for dine-in guests! For takeout, join us at whatever time is convenient, with no reservation needed. We're making this change to simplify mealtime for students and for our dining room staff, to help speed up dining room lines, and to reduce the number of steps needed for getting takeout.
Lunar New Year Lunch and Dinner
Cornell Dining is offering Pan-Asian meals through our satellite meal pickup locations to accompany the 2021 Pan-Asian Celebration for Alumni, Parents, and Friends.
Program house dedicated to student veterans planned for fall
Giving space for Cornell’s growing veteran population to find community, resources and support
Ijeoma Oluo to give annual MLK Lecture
Hear from Seattle-based writer Ijeoma Oluo on March 1 at 7pm EST
Spring tweaks to COVID-19 plan are based on fall’s lessons
Taking a look back and learning from fall
Fresh food with a Mediterranean flair at the new Martha's Cafe
Martha's Café offers delicious breakfasts and lunches made to order, as well as coffee, tea, and pastries ready to grab any time.
Guide to 2021 - 2022 General Room Selection for Upperlevel Undergraduate Students
Guide to General Room Selection
A look at Cornell Dining for Spring 2021
After a 2020 that forced us to respond to constant changes in circumstances and restrictions, Cornell Dining is hard at work planning a great Spring Semester 2021, while keeping our physical distancing measures in place.
Cornell Votes Receives Students Learn Students Vote Award
Campus-wide initiative help increase voter registration
Apply to be a Resident Advisor
A great leadership opportunity! Application deadline: Monday, December 21st at 9am.
Cornell Defender Program Launches
A pilot program designed to help students gain an understanding of the legal system and support New York State efforts to ensure high-quality advocacy for indigent individuals who are accused of criminal activity or are facing loss of parental rights
Four students receive Robinson-Appel Humanitarian Awards
Robinson-Appel award to recognizes and honors students
Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award Recipient Announced
Student project receives Maribel Garcia Community Spirit Award
Shared solution for a shared predicament among three Central New York schools
When three of the region's higher education institutions discovered they shared a sudden need to find a new primary food distributor, Cornell University, Ithaca College, and SUNY Cortland realized they had an opportunity to gain some efficiencies while continuing to influence collegiate dining trends.
Guide to 2021 – 2022 Housing for Upperlevel Students
Rising sophomores are guaranteed on-campus housing next year, as long as you meet all deadlines and requirements.
Cornell Alumnae Honored with NCRE Building Namings
Announcement made at 2020 State of the University Address
Cornell Leadership Sessions: Students are stepping up
President Martha E. Pollack and Vice President for Student and Campus Life Ryan Lombardi discuss students’ stepping up to the challenges posed by COVID-19.
Cornell Student Peer Ambassadors Support the Public Health Plan
Peer Ambassadors support campus in the face of COVID-19