Cornell University offers a wide variety of resources, services, and help to support students. For more information, please see below.
Belonging @ Cornell: Cornell’s vision statement, Open Doors, Open Hearts, Open Minds, was formally adopted by all university governance bodies (the Employee Assembly, the University Assembly, the Student Assembly, the Faculty Senate, and the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly) nearly two decades ago (2000). This vision still holds true to what our community is committed to. Find more information here.
Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives: OADI-is focused on inclusion and achievement across the Cornell campus so students of all backgrounds excel at their academic goals. OADI programs especially support low-income students, those who are the first in their families to achieve a college degree, and under-represented students of color. Find more information here.
Cornell Health: for health and well being (i.e. EARS, CAPS, Let’s Talk, Let’s Meditate) find more information here.
Student Disability Services: Student Disability Services (SDS) works in partnership with Cornell faculty, staff, and students to ensure that all aspects of student life are accessible, equitable, and inclusive of individuals with disabilities. Find more information here.
Tatkon Center : for tutoring, events, programming, and more, find information here.
Cornell Libraries : course reserves, laptop and equipment loans, printing, software tutoring (i.e. GIS, R, STAT), academic tutoring (i.e. English) – find more information here.
CIT : information technology services and support for the Cornell University community can be found here.
Academic Integrity at Cornell University – please consult your college for more information.