2024 Resource Fair Directory

Iota Iota Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Alpha Phi Alpha™, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African American Men, was founded on December 4, 1906™ at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is open to membership of graduate and PhD students.

Alumni Affairs and Development Student Programs
We’re the Student Programs team in Cornell Alumni Affairs, and we’re here to help you connect with alumni and inspire lots of Big Red pride through events like Homecoming while you’re on campus!  You’re forever a Cornellian – your time on campus is just the beginning of your Cornell journey – so we’ll be here to support you after graduation, too! 

American Indian Indigenous Studies Program
We are a program that offers a minor in American Indian Indigenous Studies and also provides student support services to graduate, undergraduate and professional students

Asian & Asian American Center
The mission of the Asian & Asian American Center (A3C) is to acknowledge and celebrate the rich diversity that Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American (APIDA) students bring to Cornell and to actively foster a supportive and inclusive campus community. We create and promote positive interactions to contribute to the multicultural education of all students and to the social/cultural development of leaders.

Athletic Ticketing
Cornell Athletic Ticketing provides resources for students that allow them to experience the excitement of Big Red Athletics, including access to free admission to a variety of ticketed events and information on purchasing Men’s Ice Hockey tickets.

Big Red Barn Graduate and Professional Student Center
The Big Red Barn Graduate and Professional Student Center (the Barn), an old carriage house turned student center, is located in the heart of campus and surrounded by lawns and gardens. A central place for eating and relaxing, the Barn hosts more than 500 events per year including trivia night, study/writing breaks, cultural celebrations, and the ever popular T.G.I.F. (Tell Grads It’s Friday)

Campus Activities
Campus Activities provides vibrant and supportive opportunities that promote and nurture student learning, the practice of leadership, social responsibility, interpersonal skill-building and self-awareness through experiential learning.

Campus Sustainability Office
The Campus Sustainability Office is the central coordinating unit for all things campus sustainability – from operations and carbon neutrality to engagement programs, campus culture and support for living laboratory research and teaching.

Center for Regional Economic Advancement
The Center for Regional Economic Advancement fuels economic growth and diversity through entrepreneurship and innovation. We support and empower people to start and grow new ventures by leveraging the university’s robust educational and industrial assets.

Center for Teaching Innovation
The Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) supports Cornell University teaching community members, from teaching assistants and postdoctoral fellows (Graduate Students), 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. In addition to instructors, we team with departments, schools and colleges, and related units to create and sustain multicultural, rigorous, and vibrant learning environments. To catalyze academic innovation, our team brings a deep knowledge of educational research on teaching, learning, and technologies along with a spirit of curiosity and collaboration.

Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability
The Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability is the hub of collaborative sustainability research at Cornell University, with a focus on transdisciplinary initiatives that launch academic research to real-world impact. We support graduate students through direct and indirect research funding, cross-disciplinary community, and professional development.

Cornell Career Services
Come see us for help with your career exploration, resumes, graduate and professional school advising, legal careers, internship and full-time job searches, fellowships, and more. We’ll help you take control of your future!

Cornell Center for Social Sciences(CCSS)
CCSS accelerates, enhances, and amplifies this research by providing advanced computing and other research infrastructure, seeding grants and fellowships, supporting quantitative and qualitative research, and building a diverse and inclusive community of scholars.

Cornell Cinema
Located on the campus of Cornell University and serving both the Cornell and greater Ithaca communities, Cornell Cinema seeks to spark conversation, foster community, and inspire new thinking through collective encounters with the art of film.

Cornell Concert Series
Bringing the world’s best musical traditions to you! For 120 years, the Cornell Concert Series has presented international musical stars of the highest quality.

Cornell Dining
Cornell Dining takes pride in providing our customers with a rich dining experience, and not just a meal. There’s always something new and different to choose from at our 30 campus eateries, which include dining rooms, cafes, coffee houses, and food courts, and convenience stores.

Cornell Empathy, Assistance, and Referral Services (EARS)
Founded in 1972, EARS (Empathy, Assistance & Referral Service) is a student-led volunteer organization that promotes mental health and well-being for everyone in the Cornell community. Each year, EARS reaches hundreds of students through various services, including Training, Workshops, Peer Mentoring (formerly Peer Counseling), and Empathy Chairs.

Cornell Fitness Centers
We provide recreational opportunities for the entire Cornell community through our group fitness programming, fitness centers, and open rec spaces. CFC is also proud to be one of the biggest student employers across campus where our focus is on developing students to prepare them for the workforce.

Cornell Health
Cornell Health provides medical care, mental health services, and support for students in Ithaca, with select services available to spouses and partners of students.

Cornell Print Services
Cornell Print Services serves the Cornell community by providing graphic and printing products and services to support teaching, research, outreach, and the student experience.

Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit
The Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit is a research support unit whose mission is to support Cornell faculty, staff, and students with study design, data analysis, and the use of statistics in their research.

Cornell University Library
The Cornell University Library provides resources and services to support graduate students in their research and classes. 

Cornell University Police
Cornell University Police has a wide variety of programs and information tailored around safety that is beneficial to the enhancing the student experience at CU.

Ithaca Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 
Founded on January 13, 1913 on the campus of Howard University, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is an organization of college educated women, committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus of the Black community. 

Einhorn Center for Community Engagement
The David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement supports a university culture where students, faculty, staff, and partners work together to create a better world.  The Einhorn Center offers social justice and leadership programs, employment opportunities on and off-campus, funding, and more. And we can help connect you with other community-engaged opportunities, from courses to research to community service.

English Language Support Office
The English Language Support Office (ELSO) provides writing, speaking, and cultural support to multilingual graduate and professional students. This support includes courses, tutoring, workshops, speaking groups, and summer writing support.

Feminist, Gender & Sexuality Studies
The FGSS minor (concentration) invites any Cornell graduate student interested in FGSS to design an interdisciplinary program of study. Faculty spans several fields, including literatures in English, performing & media arts, anthropology, communication, history, and Africana studies, allowing studies to develop a graduate minor to meet their specific interests.

Financial Aid and Student Employment

Student Assembly for Graduate and Professional students at Cornell. Advocates for student needs and wellbeing, and connects students to university administration.

Graduate Office of Fellowships and Funding
The Office of Graduate Fellowships and Funding counsels and advises students, faculty, and staff on Cornell’s research degree funding policies and procedures. 

Graduate School Career and Professional Development

Graduate School Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement

Graduate Society of Women Engineers
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.

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Kali Club at Cornell
Kali Club is an organization dedicated to the study of Filipino Martial Arts.

Knight Institute Graduate Writing Service
Graduate Writing Service tutors are experienced writers and teachers of writing from multiple disciplines — with scholarly and professional backgrounds in the humanities and social and physical sciences.

We are are available weekdays and evenings to work with Cornell graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and staff to refine and develop strategies for drafting and revising writing projects and teaching materials.

LGBT Resource Center
The LGBT Resource Center is the hub of LGBTQ+ student life and resources at Cornell. We provided advocacy, outreach, education, support, and community to LGBTQ+ students of all identities, backgrounds, and experiences. We envision a community where individuals experience a sense of community, empowerment, and inclusion and can thrive as their whole authentic selves.

New York State Electric and Gas
NYSEG is the local utility company serving Ithaca, New York and the surrounding areas.

Off-Campus Living
OCL provides support and resources for living off campus. OCL strives to provide education and resources allowing for better housing decisions.

Office of Global Learning International Services
The Office of Global Learning’s International Services team advises Cornell’s international community on visas and jobs, settling into Ithaca, campus resources, and more. International Services helps international students, faculty, and staff from more than 120 countries thrive at Cornell.

Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX (OIETIX)
Cornell is committed to upholding the civil rights of all community members and fostering learning, living, and working environments of equal opportunity, fairness, and accessibility.

The university has entrusted us with ensuring these commitments are met through policy and process, prevention and training, data collection and analysis, and incident response and resolution.

Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (OSCCS) supports the holistic development of the student experience by educating students about behavioral expectations and enforces the Student Code of Conduct (Code) through a restorative, and educational student conduct process. OSCCS ensures proper resolution of alleged Code violations with fairness, integrity, and objectivity for all parties involved, consistent with the University’s educational goals.

Office of Student Health Benefits – Student Insurance
Our office provides guidelines for enrollment in Cornell’s Student Health Plan (SHP) and the optional dental and vision plans.

Office of the Bursar
The Office of the Bursar is Cornell University’s central billing service center for tuition, fees, and other charges incurred by students, and proactively assists families to manage their financial obligations to the university by offering dependable customer service and a variety of financial services, including the CornellCard program, Cashnet, the Cornell Installment Plan, and the Direct Deposit for Student Refunds Program.

Ombuds Office
The office offers a safe place where Cornell students, faculty and staff can speak confidentially about an issue or a conflict and obtain guidance. Visitors can discuss academic and workplace concerns in an open and candid manner without fear of reprisal.

Pelvic Pain Association at Cornell
The Pelvic Pain Association at Cornell (PPAC) promotes support, solidarity and activism around pelvic pain issues. We are inclusive of many different conditions that may cause chronic pelvic pain, including PCOS, endometriosis, adenomyosis, vulvodynia, IBS, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, and many others, including undiagnosed conditions. We are not a provider of health care advice or affiliated with any other pelvic pain organization.

Protestant Cooperative Ministry
PCM is an ecumenical Christian campus ministry program supported by the Presbyterian Church (USA), the United Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ and the American Baptist Church.

We hold Sunday services in the Chapel in Anabel Taylor Hall at 11 AM.

In addition to Sunday services, PCM has also organized a book club, a choir, service trips, Sunday discussions, and participation in community service and events.

Recreational Services
Cornell Recreational Services (Big Red Rec) includes Cornell Fitness Centers, Intramural Sports and indoor/outdoor recreation locations & opportunities for Students, Staff and Faculty.

Research Data Management Service Group
The Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG) is a collaborative, campus-wide organization that assists with creating and implementing data management plans, applying best practices for managing data, and finding data management services at any stage of the research process.

Roper Center for Public Opinion Research
The Roper Center is the world’s oldest and largest archive of public opinion research, with a collection of surveys and polls stretching back to the founding of modern scientific polling in 1935.  The iPoll database provides access to nearly a million survey questions and over 25,000 complete datasets, as well as support for your research efforts in public opinion.

Student and Academic Services – College of Veterinary Medicine
The Student and Academic Services team is here to support you during your time at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Our office works closely with other offices within the College and across campus to support the DVM student body and faculty.

Student Disability Services
Student Disability Services (SDS) facilitates academic and/or environmental accommodations and services for qualified students with disabilities.

The Cornell Store
The Cornell Store serves the Cornell community by providing products and services to support teaching, research, The Cornell Store is a resource for academic materials, school and art supplies, and carries a wide selection of Cornell clothing, accessories and gifts. Their Tech Connect department, includes a SmartDesk which provides 15 minutes of complimentary computer troubleshooting, PC/Windows based diagnostics; repair intake (certified for Apple and Dell computers); technology purchasing consultation; and Mac/Windows software consultation.

The Graduate School Registrar’s Office
Our office assists students with records, enrollment, exam scheduling, thesis and dissertation submissions, and many other areas.  We can also assist students in understanding policy and making academic progress.

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies is 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. The Center offers a diverse range of opportunities and resources for graduate students, including: international research travel grants, mentoring for dissertation proposal development, funding for international field research, language fellowships, and support applying to the Fulbright-Hays program.

Tompkins Chamber/Visit Ithaca
Visit Ithaca, a division of the Tompkins Chamber, operates two visitor centers and a webchat service to help guide visitors to restaurants, attractions, waterfalls, events, trails and more, based on individual interests.  Stop by our table during the student resource fair to pick up a travel guide and learn more about things to see and do here!

Tompkins County Public Library
Tompkins County Public Library (TCPL), founded in 1864 by Ezra Cornell, serves the 104,926 residents of Tompkins County and is the Central Library for the Finger Lakes Library System, serving libraries and users in Tompkins, Tioga, Cortland, Seneca and Cayuga counties. TCPL strives to meet and celebrate the aspirations of our community; we foster opportunities for people of all ages to discover, connect, and create throughout Tompkins County.

Transportation and Delivery Services
Cornell University’s Department of Transportation and Delivery Services facilitates smart and sustainable movement of people, packages, and vehicles across Cornell campuses and beyond.

Women in Public Policy
Cornell Women in Public Policy (WIPP), founded in 1994, is a graduate student-led organization that provides a space for all by furthering the understanding of women’s roles in public affairs and policy both within the United States and abroad.

WIPP aims to tackle barriers to entry for women in the public sector, bring women together from across Cornell’s campus, discuss policy and current events, and highlight the skills and professional careers of our members and alumni.

Board members work together to run the organization, hold events, and raise funds. Members at-large form our engaged community by attending events, networking, and contributing ideas. From meeting inspiring speakers to getting free headshots, WIPP helps to build connections and share resources. We hope you’ll join us!