The information below will give you a brief overview of how our site is organized and help you find the information you're looking for.
Undergraduate and graduate admissions, links to the Cornell Ambassadors, information about Undergraduate Information Sessions
The university academic calendar, links to the individual colleges and schools, courses of study, majors, and departments
Vice provost for research units, corporate technology transfer, research centers, publications, news, and resources
A representation of outreach efforts at Cornell, including Cornell Cooperative Extension and other units that package the university's knowledge for the world
Libraries, collections, and museums on campus
- Student Life
Housing, dining, athletics, recreation, information about the Ithaca campus and community, arts and culture at Cornell, the Cornell Store, student organizations
The Alumni Affairs Web site
- About Cornell
The mission and history of Cornell, facts and frequently asked questions about the university, university policies, the president's web site, and the operating status of the university
- News and Events
Find out the latest news breaking on the Ithaca campus, learn the results of athletics events, find an event on the university academic calendar
- Visit Cornell
Find your way to Ithaca and around campus, Ithaca and Tompkins County information, and profiles of our other campuses in New York City, Qatar, and satellite locations around the world
If you have comments or questions about the site, your feedback is welcome.
We encourage everyone to participate in the ongoing design and development of this site. Join the conversation in our web.cornell.edu redesign blog. We want to hear your thoughts and input.
You can contact Cornell through Campus Information and Visitor Relations by dialing (607)254-INFO or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking for a specific person or department at Cornell, you can search for them in our online directories, or call the Information and Referral Center at the number listed above. Information specialists are ready to help you Monday through Friday from 8 am to 10 pm and on Saturday from 8 am to 5 pm.
If you wish to address your question to Cornell in writing, you can mail it to:
Campus Information and Visitor Relations
Day Hall Lobby
Ithaca, NY 14853
Please note that Cornell addresses do not have street numbers. A building name and room number, along with Cornell University, will get your letter or package to its destination on campus.
Computer and Technology Help
Cornell community members may obtain assistance diagnosing computer problems at the Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) Helpdesk. Contact them by phone at (607)255-8990, by email at email@example.com, or by visiting them in room 119 Computing and Communications Center.
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