New Career Services Canvas Course Launches
Cornell Career Services develops interactive tools for career exploration.
Student Groups Come Together to Support Black Lives
Student organizations join together to amplify black voices on campus and promote activism and education to fight explicit and implicit racism.
Cornell earns STARS platinum sustainability rating
SCL Programs Highlighted in Cornell STARS platinum rating
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
Hikers urged to enjoy gorge trails, natural areas safely
Gorge Stewards encourage safe hiking at Beebe Lake
Cornell Team and Leadership Center goes Virtual
The Cornell Team and Leadership Center transformed to become a completely online offering.
Merrill Scholars Honor Their Teachers and Mentors
35 outstanding seniors recognized and honored a high school teacher and a Cornell faculty member
Cornell Dining boosts community outreach amid the coronavirus pandemic
Cornell University has teamed up with a local food bank to gather and distribute meals for families facing food insecurity as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Access Fund eased pandemic’s burden on students
Over a three-week period that ended April 2, the fund distributed nearly $400,000 to support more than 1,000 students
Cornell Health launches telehealth program
Cornell students in Ithaca and across the country can now access an expanded range of medical and mental health services from Cornell Health through telehealth, including video appointments conducted on a secure portal.
Asian & Asian American Center builds community
Cornell’s Asian & Asian American Center (A3C) is a second campus home for thousands of students each year. From programming that celebrates the importance of Asian cultures to a space for students to explore their identities, the center offers a strong sense of community and family.
Ramadan 2020 for those observing at Cornell
As Ramadan begins the evening of Thursday, April 23rd, we'd like to share with you the resources available to students, staff, and faculty on campus who are observing this month of fasting.
Partnership feeds area families amid coronavirus woes
Cornell partners with the Food Bank of the Southern Tier and the Greater Ithaca Activities Center to collect and distribute much-needed meals for food-insecure families.
Cornell Health ready to combat coronavirus
Cornell Health’s more than 220 staffers are supporting patients and clients on and off campus
Mini Meal Plans available for students who wish to dine on campus
Cornell Dining is making special Mini Meal Plans available so students remaining on campus or in Ithaca can take advantage of our eateries to enjoy a healthy meal between virtual classes or pick up snacks.
'First, but never alone': Cornell Joins First-Generation Initiative
Cornell Dining precautionary measures due to novel coronavirus
We're making these changes to help safeguard the health of all students, staff, and guests.
Take Us Home! Convenient meals to go, ready to heat and eat
Another long day of work or class! What's for dinner? Let Cornell Dining do the cooking!
Yusef Salaam promotes value of resilience, faith in annual MLK Lecture
Criminal justice activist Yusef Salaam, one of “The Exonerated Five” wrongly accused and convicted in the Central Park jogger case in New York City three decades ago, offered wisdom and hope to students and community members in the 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Lecture, Feb. 17 in Sage Chapel.
Chef Gordon Baker talks Chili Cook-Off on ESPN Ithaca
There will be both meat chili and vegan chili this Saturday.