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Resources for lodging, dining and travel to the area.

You're coming to Cornell as a new graduate or professional student 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.

To learn more about your specific requirements, please visit your school or college website:

Happy 150th Cornell!

April 27 is the university's sesquicentennial. Learn about the celebrations and history.

Ezra's Oracle

Check out this biweekly Q&A in the Cornell Sun as Ezra's Oracle explains the university's mysteries and histories.

Gay? Bi? Questioning? Straight Ally?

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center is one of many resources on campus to explore.

The university's oldest musical tradition

The Cornell Chimes have rung out at every Commencement since 1869.  Visitors may climb McGraw Tower during any concert to check out the views and watch them play.