Neurodiversity @ Cornell: Resources and support for students
Canvas site specifically for students who identify as neurodivergent or have a diagnosis that fits under the neurodivergent umbrella. This “course” is a virtual hub with information about neurodiversity, different resources for Cornell students both on-campus and elsewhere (e.g., conferences, study abroad), information about relevant events, and a discussion board for you to engage with others. Cornell students who identify as neurodivergent can self-enroll in the Canvas page. If you do not identify as neurodivergent, we ask that you do not use the Canvas site, and instead sign up for the Neurodiversity @ Cornell list-serv (below).
Neurodiversity @ Cornell listserv
This listserv is open to all community members (neurotypical and neurodivergent) who want to receive information and share relevant resources and events.
To join the listserv:
- Send an email to neurodiversity-at-Cornellfirstname.lastname@example.org
- On the subject line, type: “join”
- Don’t write anything on the body of the email
One-on-one counseling and support for students
This service is available for any Cornell student. We are happy to talk to you about your specific concerns and address your questions. Please contact:
- Emily McClintock for psychological support & referrals (schedule through Cornell Health)
- or Florencia Ardon (fa227) to discuss learning strategies (schedule an appointment)
Workshops on demand
We offer workshops tailored to the needs of your association, club, department, etc. Topics range from accommodations and supports for neurodivergent students; what is neurodiversity, how to be an ally, learning strategies for neurodivergent students, life skills, etc. To request a workshop, please email email@example.com.