Health and Wellness Resources

Cornell Caring Community

Organization dedicated to providing support and resources to meet the emotional, physical, social, and spiritual needs of the university community.

Cornell Health Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Provides crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, psychiatric care, and referral services to Cornell students. Consultation, education, and prevention strategies are offered to individuals who have concerns about a student’s welfare.

Cornell United Religious Work (CURW)

Counseling and referrals in general, religious, prenuptial, and crisis matters for individuals and couples are available from trained staff members. CURW also can provide referrals for support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Overeaters Anonymous.

Empathy, Assistance, and Referral Service (EARS)

EARS provides training, workshops, and outreach to promote mental health, well-being, and help-seeking among the Cornell campus community. EARS is transitioning to a different model, and is no longer providing direct support to students through peer counseling. You can learn more about the changes to EARS in this Chronicle story.

Cornell Health

The primary medical and mental health care provider for all students, Cornell Health is guided by a model of integrated care for the whole person and for the Cornell community. The staff includes over 220 medical, counseling, and related healthcare professionals, with a wide range of training, expertise, and personal and professional experiences to serve our diverse community.

Recreational (Fitness) Services

Cornell Fitness Centers offer exercise opportunities for the Cornell community. CFC has five fitness centers located around campus, offing an extensive variety of cardio and weight equipment, and over 95 group exercise classes each week. CFC memberships are available to students and student spouses/partners.