2022 Resource Fair Directory

American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program (AIISP)
AIISP is a CALS-based unit that provides a graduate minor, research and enrichment funding, and student support to Indigenous and allied students.

Asian and Asian American Center *see D&I Portfolio

Big Red Barn
The Graduate Student Center at Cornell University.

Black Graduate and Professional Student Association
BGPSA is a network that addresses the needs and concerns of graduate and professional students of African descent at Cornell University. BGPSA involves itself in social, academic, and cultural activities deemed relevant as determined by the voting body.

Campus Sustainability Office
Our mission is to equip, empower, and engage our diverse campus partners in creating a more sustainable Cornell, which enables a small team of staff to support thousands of projects each year.  Our scope of work includes coordination of projects large and small, overseeing the Climate Action Plan, Campus Sustainability Plan, Cornell’s sustainability governance committees, and implementation of the Cornell living laboratory for sustainability.

Careers Beyond Academia
We empower PhD students and postdocs to develop efficient strategies to expand their networks, build skills and make informed career choices by exploring and test-driving aspect of their future careers through flexible, experiential opportunities.

Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI)
CTI supports Cornell University teaching community members, from teaching assistants and postdoctoral fellows, to lecturers, to professors, with a full complement of individualized services, programs, institutes, and campus-wide initiatives. We do this through confidential developmental consultations across the academic career span, roles, and disciplines.

College of Veterinary Medicine – Office of Student and Academic Services
Our office focuses on student support for the DVM candidates through Admissions, welcoming them through orientation, and supporting them though their DVM journey. We also support their sense of belonging by assisting with programming and their student organizations.

Contract Dining
We offer dining plans for graduate students that offers them an additional discount of 5% at specific locations on campus.

Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability
The hub of collaborative sustainability research at Cornell University, forging vital connections among researchers, students, staff, and external partners. The center’s funding and programming accelerate groundbreaking research within and across all of Cornell’s colleges and schools.

Cornell Career Services
Cornell Career Services can help with your career exploration, CVs and Resumes, international student questions, job search strategies, interview practice, and more. Learn how to connect with Cornell alumni though CUeLINKS.

Cornell Center for Social Sciences (CCSS)
CCSS accelerates, enhances, and amplifies social science research at Cornell. CCSS provides researchers with computing resources, consulting support, data services, and training sessions.

Cornell Cinema
Cornell Cinema has been cited as one of the best campus film exhibition programs in the country, screening over 150 different films/videos each year, five to seven nights a week in the beautiful Willard Straight Theatre. Each semester-long schedule includes an array of classic films, documentaries, recent international cinema, silent films with live musical accompaniment, cult classics, experimental work, and recent Hollywood and arthouse hits, in addition to guest appearances by visiting filmmakers.

Cornell Concert Series
This concert series has been presenting the world’s greatest musical traditions since 1903. Student membership is only $25 to hear everything from European classical to Americana roots to Afropop.

Cornell Graduate and Professional Student Assembly
Graduate and professional students are represented in this shared governance structure by the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly (GPSA)The purpose of the GPSA is to ensure the active involvement of graduate and professional students in non-academic affairs at the university, as well as to foster an increased sense of community among all graduate and professional students through programming and events.

Cornell Health
Cornell Health provides medical and mental health care for graduate, professional and undergraduate students studying on Cornell’s Ithaca campus, or nearby Geneva campus. We are here to help you live well to learn well.

The Cornell Store
The Cornell Store serves the Cornell community by providing products and services to support teaching, research, and outreach. We support multiple units of the university by collaborating to provide retail services at physical locations in Ithaca, New York City, and online.

Cornell Transportation Services
Cornell Transportation Services manages the commuting, parking, and inter-campus travel demands of Cornell University. Services include Campus-to-Campus motorcoach travel; fleet car rentals and leasing for business-related needs; department-owned vehicle repair and detailing; and transit pass, parking, and compliance program administration.

Cornell University Library
Cornell University Library promotes a culture of broad inquiry and supports the University’s mission to discover, preserve, and disseminate knowledge and creative expression. It engages with the ongoing transformations of society to deliver world-class physical and digital content and services critical to research, education, and outreach, now and in the future.

Cornell University Police
Located on the ground floor of Barton Hall, provides safety and security to all that visit work and study on the Ithaca Campus. Please stop and see us!

Cornell Votes
Through non-partisanship, Cornell Votes strives to institutionalize and create a campus culture in which every person exercises their right to have a voice in their representation through voting, democratic engagement, and civic discourse within the Cornell University ecosystem.

D & I Portfolio
The Diversity and Inclusion Portfolio is comprised of identity-based centers and offices that support and empower students from historically marginalized backgrounds. Through transformational learning in the co-curricular we strive to foster a greater sense of belonging, empowerment, emotional intelligence, and help students thrive.

Dean of Students
Care and Crisis service team and bias response program in the dean of students

English Language Support Office (ELSO)
The English Language Support Office provides writing, speaking, and language support to multilingual international and domestic graduate and professional students. This support is in the form of courses, tutoring, workshops, and speaking groups.

Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS)
The men and women of Cornell University’s Department of Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) are dedicated to supporting Cornell’s Environment, Health and Safety Policy 8.6 and preserving the health, safety, and environment of the Cornell Community. Our mission is that EHS will be leaders in promoting a safe learning, working and living environment for the University through the integration of programs and services we provide to faculty, staff and students.

Financial Aid and Student Employment (FASE)
Support for student loans and VA Benefits, Student Employment-excluding these items, provided through the Graduate Departments and School, fellowships and Teaching Assistantship.

First Generation and Low Income (FiGLI) Graduate Student Organization
We endeavor to foster a community for first generation and low income graduate students. Through this community, we will connect first-generation and low-income graduate students (and allies) with one another, and with resources on campus and in the community.

First-Generation & Low-Income Student Support*see D&I Portfolio

Graduate & Professional Women’s Network (GPWomeN)
GPWomeN provides a unified voice for Cornell’s graduate and professional student women. The organization serves as an umbrella organization to connect, coordinate, and promote efforts across campus that promote gender equality and support graduate and professional student women at Cornell University and beyond. We welcome all genders of the Cornell graduate community.

Graduate Disability+ at Cornell
Disability+ aims to create an inclusive and safe environment for graduate and professional students at Cornell who identify as disabled, chronically ill, and/or neurodivergent. We also act as a hub for organization related to access, equity, and dismantling ableism at Cornell.

Graduate School Career and Professional Development
Come learn about professional development resources and programming from the Cornell Graduate School, including Future Faculty and Academic Careers programming, and institutional memberships to online professional development resources.

Graduate School Student Services
Provides support and answers student questions about registration, enrollment, leaves, exams or other student requirements.

Graduate Society of Women Engineers (GradSWE)
Cornell Grad SWE is dedicated to empowering women to achieve their full potential in their careers as students, engineers, and leaders while also helping to expand the image of the engineering profession and demonstrating the value of diversity. We host professional development events, participate in community outreach efforts, and organize social events to make graduate school a little more pleasant.

Graduate Women in Science (GWiS)
The goal of GWiS is to improve the lives of all individuals in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields at Cornell University by empowering women and gender minorities in our community.

Graduate Student School Outreach Program (GRASSHOPR)
GRASSHOPR pairs Cornell graduate students with teachers in Tompkins, Ontario, and surrounding counties to teach 3- to 5-session mini-courses on topics related to the graduate student’s field or interests. Teachers and graduate students share the benefits of exchanging ideas as they develop a curriculum, while K-12 students experience new mentors eager to share knowledge and excitement about their field of study.

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Johnson Graduate School of Management
JGSM is the home to Cornell’s MBA programs as well as two Professional Masters programs.

Johnson Museum of Art
The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art welcomes visitors to experience original works of art across a wide spectrum of global traditions, time periods, and media for education, inspiration, and delight. We connect to the vibrant intellectual and cultural life of Cornell University and a public audience through exhibitions, programs, teaching, and research, with free admission for all.

Latino Graduate Student Coalition (LGSC)
Community and support

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center*see D&I Portfolio

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
Cornell’s hub for campus engagement and global thinking and action. Eight regional and thematic programs are the heart of the Einaudi Center. Our programs promote new ways of understanding people and places, as we work together across Cornell and around the world to tackle transnational challenges like migration, food security, and social justice.

Master of Public Health Program
Cornell University offers a campus-wide Master of Public Health (MPH) Program to help build public health leaders who are inspired and trained to ensure the health of people, animals, and the world in which we live.

Multicultural Student Leadership and Empowerment*see D&I Portfolio

Off-Campus Living
Off-Campus Living provides support and advisement to all Students looking to or already living off-campus.

Office of Global Learning: International Services
International Services supports international undergraduate, graduate, professional students and scholars. Assisting with immigration and inclusion, IS works to make international folks experience at Cornell as smooth as possible.

Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX (OIETIX)
The office tasked with the University’s response to reports of bias, discrimination, harassment, and sexual and related misconduct (including violations of the Consensual Relationships Policy). This is a neutral office that provides supportive measures, can assist with access to resources, and conducts neutral investigations.

Office of Spirituality and Meaning Making, Cornell United Religious Work*see D&I Portfolio

Ombuds Office
Informal and confidential resource for any Cornell related problem conflict or issue

Protestand Cooperative Ministry at Cornell
PCM provides spiritual, program, and service opportunities for any seeking to grow in relationship with the world and with the divine. PCM regularly works inter-religiously, and welcomes the gifts of people of all genders identities, gender expressions, sexual orientations, races, ethnicities, physical and mental abilities, socioeconomic statuses, and religious backgrounds.

Public Health/ Graduate Students in Public Health
GraPH is a graduate student organization and our goal is to foster interdisciplinary collaboration to advance public health, support our graduate education, and advocate for our students and initiatives in a safe environment. We aim to achieve this through various avenues such as guest lectures, social/networking events, mentorship, and more.

Qgrads (LGBTQ+ Graduate Student Association)
Qgrads is the LGBTQ+ Graduate Student Association, we work to create a welcoming and inclusive space for Queer graduate and professional students at Cornell through social spaces and services.

Recreational Services ‘Big Red Rec’
With five unique Fitness Centers on campus, and a multitude of equipment and exercise options, we strive to fulfill your need for movement, wellness, and recreation. We also offer options for informal fitness, informal recreation, group fitness, and consultation for personal training whether in-person or virtual.

Roper Center for Public Opinion Research
The Roper Center is the largest and oldest archive of survey and polls in the world. We have over 820,000 survey questions and over 25,000 complete datasets available for Cornell students performing research with public opinion data.

Society for Asian American Graduate Affairs (SAAGA)
We are a graduate student organization dedicated to advocating for graduate students who identify as members and/or are allies of the Asian and/or Asian American community. SAAGA works to create a network of support to better address academic, career, and social justice issues related to the Asian and Asian American graduate student population.

Student Disability Services
Student Disability Services 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.

Student Health Benefits
Health insurance

Student Support & Advocacy Services
We assist students in navigating difficult life events and crisis situations that impact their ability to be successful. We utilize a student-center and individualized approach to support and empower students. Contact us for any reason- big or small.

Tompkins County Public Library
We are the local public library for Ithaca. Visit our table for information about the library, and to register for a library card.

Undocumented/DACA Support*see D&I Portfolio

Visit Ithaca
Visit Ithaca manages two full service visitor centers, at the Taughannock Falls Overlook (open seasonally) and a Downtown Visitor Center, inside the Tompkins Center for History & Culture. From finding the top 10 must-see waterfalls to dining recommendations, our knowledgeable visitor experience specialists are here to help make your experience in Ithaca & Tompkins County a truly memorable one!

Women’s Resource Center*see D&I Portfolio