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Orientation Leaders Reaching Out

You should hear from your OL this week.  Email us at cu_orientation@cornell.edu if you don't hear from them by the end of the week.

You're coming to Cornell as a new first-year undergraduate in Fall 2015. Now what?

Make your transition an easy one.  You are expected to...

  1. Read and review information on topics, including Health & Community, Finances and more.
  2. Track your university requirements on the To Do List.
  3. Explore resources featured throughout the site.
  4. Return often. Highlighted resources are updated through your arrival on campus.

If you will be a new first-year undergraduate in Spring 2016, the site will be ready for you in the fall.  If there is general, university information for you before that, it will be posted on the First-Year, Spring 2016 page.

Make a difference to someone in distress

Gannett's "Notice and Respond" section contains detailed information abut how to talk with someone who needs support as well as a list of referral sources to help them.

Cornell's Own Farmers' Market

Be sure to stop by the Ag Quad on Thursday afternoons to pick up market-fresh goodies right on campus.

Net-Pay - Enroll Today

The University Bursar sends all bills via your Cornell email address using a service called Net.Pay.  To receive, view, and pay your tuition bill, you must enroll in Net.Pay.

Have Fun, Be Safe

Enjoy the gorges, but know the dangers and be safe.