G2 Barton Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Tel: (607) 255-1111 or 911
Ithaca's campus is generally very safe, but we all play a role in keeping it that way.
Cornell Police is your campus law-enforcement agency. Cornell Police strives to enhance the safety and security of everyone on campus and can enforce local, state and federal laws.
Cornell's Blue Light services keep you safe at Cornell with more than 600 Blue Light phones, the Blue Light Bus Service, and Blue Light Escorts.
Cornell is committed to maintaing a bias-free climate based on civility, decency, and respect. Reporting, understanding, and preventing bias activities are essential to maintaining our caring community.
Cornell will not tolerate sexual misconduct in any form. The Sexual Harassment and Assault-Response and Education (SHARE) website, provides comprehensive resources for community members.
- Always follow these safety tips
- Lock and secure your valuables when they are unattended including laptops and phones
- Learn about the Good Samaritan protocol and laws
- Uninstall computer file sharing, before you come to campus
- Keep your contact information up-to-date on Student Essentials
- Familiarize yourself with the Campus Code of Conduct and university policies
Tips & Topics
If you have questions about Cornell's academic integrity rules, speak up and ask your faculty. You may also find this pamphlet useful as you transition to university academic standards.
Preparing for Ithaca Winters
Ithaca winters can be snowy and cold, but they also provide an opportunity for skiing, snowboarding, and sledding! Review these helpful hints for winter newbies. For those living off-campus, be prepared for winter conditions, particularly winter driving and closure notices. The Cornell special conditions page lists the university's operating status and other key information. If you have children, subscribing to the school closings e-list will alert you to school closures and delays.