Each year, many students in the College and the University find that they are having problems academically, socially, and/or personally. Deciding how you respond to these obstacles can profoundly affect your level of success at Cornell. Cornell offers several resources to help students with their academic work.
The best time to visit is as soon as you identify a problem – don’t wait until it’s overwhelming.
CTI strives to strengthen teaching across campus in a multitude of ways, from disseminating research-based best-teaching practices to ensuring that graduate student instructors have the support and resources needed to help their students learn better.
Engaged Cornell advances the university’s mission through community-engaged discovery and learning. In community-engaged work, community partners are equal players, and projects are created, developed and carried out collaboratively with students from the start.
Information about eligibility and applications for fellowships for new and continuing graduate students.
Cornell is home to more than 20 libraries, many of which specialize in specific fields.
This office offers students guidance, resources, and training so that you can become more actively involved in community engaged learning and research.
The Office of Research Integrity and Assurance coordinates compliance measures on campus and acts as a resource for the university community’s concerns regarding compliance requirements.
Cornell’s academic portal.
Cornell’s registration and enrollment portal.