Copyright Information

Copyright Notice

All graphics, photography, videography and text of the Cornell University website and connected pages displaying the Cornell University logotype are copyrighted and/or trademarked by Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. Redistribution or commercial use is prohibited without express written permission. For photography copyright information, visit the University Relations Resources webpage. Additional licensing and copyright information can be found on the Brand Center website. Unless otherwise noted, the photography and videography contained on the Cornell University website and connected pages were created by Cornell University Photography.

Use of Cornell Trademarks and Licensed Graphics

Logos and graphics relating to the university are subject to licensing agreements. For questions about digital asset management policies and licensing agreements for trademarks and licensed graphics, visit our support page.

Copyright Information Center

The Cornell University Library Copyright Information Center provides faculty, staff and students with Cornell-specific and general information about copyright, serves as an information clearinghouse, and contains Cornell policies, reference materials and information about the university’s copyright awareness and education programs.

Copyright Infringement Policy

In accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Cornell has designated an agent to respond to alleged copyright infringements on Cornell University websites. Any such allegations of copyright infringement should be sent to Tim Bradish, Associate Chief Information Security Officer, at

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act specifies that all infringement claims must be in writing (either e-mail or paper letter) and must include the following elements:

  • A physical or electronic signature
  • Identification of the infringed work
  • Identification of the infringed material
  • Contact information for the complainant, e.g., address, telephone number, e-mail
  • A statement that the complaining party has a good-faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner or the law
  • A statement that the information contained in the notification is accurate, and, under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner

Designated Agent

Tim Bradish
Associate Chief Information Security Officer
Cornell University
120 Maple Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14850