Highlights from Announcements 1/17/23
Spring 2023 Enrollment and Important Dates
- Jan. 17 Course enrollment begins
- Jan. 23 Classes begin
- Feb. 06 Add deadline
Cornell required all students to complete the Spring Checklist no later than December 15 (via the Daily Check). Failure to do so will result in an enrollment hold preventing you from enrolling in classes for the spring term. If you have not completed the checklist, please do so immediately.
ID Card Pickup
New graduate students can pick up their ID cards at the Office of the University Registrar in Day Hall. The office will be open during the following times:
- Week of Jan. 16: Tuesday-Friday; 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 2-4 p.m.
- Week of Jan. 23: Monday-Thursday; 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 2-4 p.m.
Contact the Graduate School (email@example.com) with questions or concerns.
Fellowship and Assistantship Stipends
Spring 2023 Stipend Payments
University Fellowships–Ph.D. students should receive their spring 2023 fellowship stipends by January 23. If you have not received your fellowship stipend by January 24, contact your graduate field assistant or the Graduate School Fellowship Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for a processing update. As a reminder, fellowship checks are generally paid in one payment at the beginning of each semester as a bursar refund. You can enroll in direct deposit for fellowship refunds here.
Assistantships (TA, GRA, GA, RA)–Students appointed on an assistantship for spring 2023 will receive stipend payments on a semimonthly pay calendar, beginning on January 15. If you have not received your payment by January 16, please reach out to your graduate field assistant (GFA) to remedy the delay. Assistantship stipend payments are paid in semi-monthly increments throughout the semester in Workday. The first and last payments are partial payments; you can find your specific payment details in your appointment letter. Your GFA can help you if you need a copy of your appointment letter for the semester or need directions to enroll in direct deposit.
Paloma Suarez is a doctoral student in nutrition from Santiago, Dominican Republic. She earned her B.S. and M.P.H. at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and now studies interventions to improve dietary and health outcomes for children and youth in underserved communities.