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Explore Cornell's Library

With world-class collections and services, the library serves as an indispensable partner in study, teaching and research.

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:

Get Moving with the Cornell Fitness Centers

Looking to get or stay in shape? Cornell Fitness Centers offers 5 facilities and 50+ exercise classes to keep you motivated and moving. Sign up on your To Do List today.

Rare Book & Manuscript Collections

It isn't all old stuff. Cornell holds a vast collection documenting the history of Hip-hop, including the largest institutional collection of vinyl recordings from the 1970's and 80's. 

This is Cornell

This video produced by Cornell students, provides insight into your new university.

Will you be a teaching assistant (TA) as part of your program?

The Center for Teaching Excellence offers workshops, handbooks and other resources to help you gain confidence leading the class.